Data Base Management System
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Teleparadigm was established in 2004, by founder and CEO, Mr. Neil Gogte, with headquarters in Hyderabad, India, Over this time, our pool of developers has gained strong experience in handling all major programming languages and technologies. We are committed to supplying customers with state-of-the-art Java, .Net development services as well as Unix/Linux, web and database solutions.
Teleparadigm Networks delivers software and IT services to clientele across the globe under service models that are unparalleled in the industry. Our domain expertise has been acquired through close coupling with early stage and more mature startups who are innovating in telecom, mobile applications including iPhone and Android, healthcare systems integration, end-to-end Web 2.0 applications, cloud-based applications, and e-Learning systems. Projects range from small proof-of-concept work to large-scale enterprise solutions, to assisting customers in establishing subsidiaries in India. We also offer a BOT model which gives full control over resources to our customers. We are comfortable in transferring our trained and experienced employees to our customers when they opt to create their own subsidiary in India. It is a preferred model of choice amongst many of our existing customers.
The existing system has different tools or consoles for each and differently. The user feels uneasy to switch over to a different database by learning the how to use console for that database. User has to manually copy the results from the console and paste it in a file to store results of the query.
The main aim in this stage is to assess what kind of a system would be suitable for a problem and how to build it. The requirements of this system can be defined by going through the existing system and its problems. They discussing (speak) about the new system to be built and their expectations from it.
Every database vendor provides different SQL prompts to do SQL operations. The database may exist in some system which is located somewhere. The user presence is required to do some changes on database objects wherever database exist. As well as there is no unique interface to do operations on different databases. To know the description of the table user should type DESC <tablename >. The developers of an application should know the structure of the tables. For that they should type DESC command for each table. The developer may feel inconvenient to do such operations and also it is time taken process. Some end users may not have idea on writing some SQL queries. There is no interface to build queries. The user cannot save the data of a table and its schema.