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The buzz word, "relational databases" emmerged in the conversation. Jargon like rows, columns, primary keys, foreign keys, one to many, many to many, joins, and constraints were exchanged between developers and database administrator. In a relational database, the data is stored as tables. Tables contain fields describing the type of date, container name of the data, size, decimal precision, and required or not required constraints. Technically, a table is an object residing in a schema. A schema can contain other objects like indexes, views, snapshots, functions, procedures, packages, sequences, and clusters.