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  2. Object–relational database - Wikipedia

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    An object–relational database can be said to provide a middle ground between relational databases and object-oriented databases.In object–relational databases, the approach is essentially that of relational databases: the data resides in the database and is manipulated collectively with queries in a query language; at the other extreme are OODBMSes in which the database is essentially a ...

  3. Comparison of relational database management systems

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    In the Oracle implementation, a 'database' is a set of files which contains the data while the 'instance' is a set of processes (and memory) through which a database is accessed. Informix supports multiple databases in a server instance like MySQL.

  4. Operating system - Wikipedia

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    An operating system (OS) is system software that manages computer hardware, software resources, and provides common services for computer programs.. Time-sharing operating systems schedule tasks for efficient use of the system and may also include accounting software for cost allocation of processor time, mass storage, printing, and other resources.

  5. OpenOffice.org - Wikipedia

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    The commercial version, Oracle Open Office 3.3 (StarOffice renamed), based on the beta, was released on 15 December 2010, as was the single release of Oracle Cloud Office (a proprietary product from an unrelated codebase). OpenOffice.org 3.4 Beta 1

  6. Pluggable authentication module - Wikipedia

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    A pluggable authentication module (PAM) is a mechanism to integrate multiple low-level authentication schemes into a high-level application programming interface (API). PAM allows programs that rely on authentication to be written independently of the underlying authentication scheme.

  7. GXS Inc. - Wikipedia

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    GXS (OpenText GXS) is a subsidiary of OpenText Corporation headquartered in Gaithersburg, Maryland, United States. Its GXS Trading Grid managed more than twelve billion transactions [clarification needed] in 2011.

  8. Kerberos (protocol) - Wikipedia

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    The server receives the username and symmetric cipher and compares it with the data from database. Login was a success if the cipher matches the cipher that is stored for the user. Client Authentication. The client sends a cleartext message of the user ID to the AS (Authentication Server) requesting services on behalf of the user. (Note ...

  9. List of file systems - Wikipedia

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    Secure Shell File System (SSHFS) – locally mount a remote directory on a server using only a secure shell login. EncFS, GPL Encrypted file system in user-space; Rubberhose filesystem; EFS – an encrypted file system for Microsoft Windows systems and AIX. An extension of NTFS; ZFS, with encryption support. File system interfaces