Database application

A database application is a computer program whose primary purpose is entering and retrieving information from a computerized database.wikipedia
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A database application is a computer program whose primary purpose is entering and retrieving information from a computerized database.
DBMSs are found at the heart of most database applications.

Sabre (computer system)

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Early examples of database applications were accounting systems and airline reservations systems, such as SABRE, developed starting in 1957.

IBM 3270

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Systems in the 1970s might have accomplished this by having each user in front of a 3270 terminal to a mainframe computer.

Mainframe computer

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Systems in the 1970s might have accomplished this by having each user in front of a 3270 terminal to a mainframe computer.

Personal computer

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By the mid-1980s it was becoming more common to give each user a personal computer and have a program running on that PC that is connected to a database server.

Server (computing)

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By the mid-1980s it was becoming more common to give each user a personal computer and have a program running on that PC that is connected to a database server.

Amazon (company)

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Examples of early database applications with Web interfaces include amazon.com, which used the Oracle relational database management system, the photo.net online community, whose implementation on top of Oracle was described in the book Database-Backed Web Sites (Ziff-Davis Press; May 1997), and eBay, also running Oracle.

Oracle Database

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Examples of early database applications with Web interfaces include amazon.com, which used the Oracle relational database management system, the photo.net online community, whose implementation on top of Oracle was described in the book Database-Backed Web Sites (Ziff-Davis Press; May 1997), and eBay, also running Oracle.

EBay

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Examples of early database applications with Web interfaces include amazon.com, which used the Oracle relational database management system, the photo.net online community, whose implementation on top of Oracle was described in the book Database-Backed Web Sites (Ziff-Davis Press; May 1997), and eBay, also running Oracle.

Electronic health record

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Electronic medical records are referred to on emrexperts.com, in December 2010, as "a software database application".

SAP ERP

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Some of the most complex database applications remain accounting systems, such as SAP, which may contain thousands of tables in only a single module.

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Many of today's most widely used computer systems are database applications, for example, Facebook, which was built on top of MySQL.

MySQL

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Many of today's most widely used computer systems are database applications, for example, Facebook, which was built on top of MySQL.

Microsoft

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Microsoft Access

FileMaker

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Filemaker (Mac OS)

Database server

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A database server is a server which houses a database application that provides database services to other computer programs or to computers, as defined by the client–server model.

Ashton-Tate

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Ashton-Tate (Ashton-Tate Corporation) was a US-based software company best known for developing the popular dBASE database application.

Homeless Management Information Systems

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Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) is a class of database applications used to confidentially aggregate data on homeless populations served in the United States.

Outline of databases

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Database application – computer program whose primary purpose is entering and retrieving information from a computer-managed database.

Wayne Ratliff

In 1978 Ratliff wrote Vulcan, a database application, to help him make picks for football pools.

European Lifelong Learning Indicators

The ELLI IT platform has basic database application functions of querying and updating.

Government database

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Homeless Management Information Systems (HMIS): a class of database applications developed in the late 1990s that are used to confidentially aggregate data on homeless populations. Homeless Management Information Systems are typically web-based software applications used by assistance providers to record and store client-level information on the characteristics and service needs of homeless persons, coordinate care, manage operations, and better serve their clients.