Relational Database

A relational database is an accumulation data items organized as a couple of formally-described tables where data can be accessed or reassembled in numerous different ways and never having to reorganize the repository tables. A relational database is a digital database whose organization is dependant on the relational style of data, as recommended by E. P oker. Codd in 1970. This model organizes data into one or more tables of series and columns, that has a unique key for every row.