Category:Document-oriented databases

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A Document-oriented database is a computer program designed for document-oriented applications.

Typical examples of DBMS use include email (Lotus Notes), Digital Libraries and Repositories, Customer relationship management (CRM), Personal information management (PIM), Content management systems (CMS) and Help/Reference Desk systems. These systems may be implemented as a layer above a Relational database management system (RDBMS) or Object oriented database management system (OODBMS).

The main article for this category is Document-oriented database.

Pages in category "Document-oriented databases"

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