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Part 22 of a multi-part series of presentations on the management discipline of database administration. This section covers metadata. In addition to managing data, DBAs need to be able to manage and control the definition of the data elements used in databases. Without an understanding of the structure, limitations, definition, and description of data, it is likely that data will be misinterpreted or misused. Furthermore, data that is not well defined can cause database integrity problems.
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Source: The Complete Guide to DBA Practices & Procedures - Metadata Management - Part 22 PowerPoint document
The Complete Guide to DBA Practices & Procedures - Metadata Management - Part 22
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