In this module, you learned the following glossary terms:
- CASE: Computer Aided Software Design, a process where the implementation details of application systems are partially determined through computerized automation.
- Data Definition Language: The portion of the SQL language that is used to create and alter the structures that hold the data in the database.
- Data Dictionary: A group of tables and views that define the structures in a database.
- National Language Subset: A group of characters that are used to represent a specific national language or dialect.
- Oracle interMedia: An option for the Oracle database designed for handling specific types of large data (such as images or spatial data) and text.
- Schema: A structure in an Oracle database that contains database structures, typically owned by the schema owner.
The next module is about the various ways you can add constraints to tables and columns that limit the values of data that can be placed into the database.