On Wednesday 02 May 2007 15:21, Richard Broersma Jr wrote:
> Many of the ERD and SQL books that have have read refer to a data
> dictionary. However, I seem to be missing the point of what it acuatally
> is. IIRC, some books refer to it as a kind of document created by a DB
> designer, and other suggest that it is a kind of RBDMS created metadata.
> Can anyone please offer a consise description or provide a link to that
> describes what it is? Also, how is this information useful to a DBA?
Hi, Richard. I haven't seen this "term" used before. But here is a link:
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