Database management systems (DBMS) refers to software that defines the database, stores the data and handles report production and data entry through a query language. Examples of popular database management systems include Microsoft Access or Oracle. Each DMBS uses different query language based on the type of database with which it interfaces. Consequently, the exact steps to generate a report in one DBMS can vary greatly from those required to produce a report in another DBMS. However, the general logic behind creating a report from the data stored in the database remains consistent.
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