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Hi Every One,

Can we implement/run an application with huge data without using any database like oracle,ms sql etc..is there any way to run an application like CDSS(CLinical Decision support system) what i heard they never used any database...any one has any idea????

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by database you mean RDBMS?

you can use flat files if supported by you app...
put you data within the application ( incase of small data)
xml files are some

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thank you for your reply

here it has huge data and it has to provide high security of data..
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You have a huge data
why you don`t want to use Database SQL Server , Oracle etc :-D
you don`t want to update insert delete select on the tables or what ?

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I am not sure about your applcation requirement ,but you can use HADOOP to process huge data.
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Most modern health care systems I know of use normal database formats like Oracle or SQL Server. In ages past, some used flat files or a proprietary storage mechanism, but I think these are all but gone by now. With the privacy and security requirements surrounding health care data and the size of the data sets we're talking about in a modern system, it is nearly a requirement to use a standard database format.

That said, nearly any DBMS can work, but some will be better than others. If you're looking at a third party application, I'm sure their specifications or requirements document contains the information.


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can we use retrive data from microsoft word to any application..as same as database it has to bind to application
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can we use retrive data from microsoft word to any application..as same as database it has to bind to application


You said previously that you have huge data and require very high levels of security. Word is not capable of either of those things. Large amounts of secure data is best done with an RDBMS. All the major ones have the ability to handle large volumes of data and can encrypt that data at rest and during transit.

Perhaps if you can explain more clearly what you are trying to do we can offer some suggestions.

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