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Most WBDBs offer an advanced or "power" search that lets users be specific (Tarleton State University Libraries, 2004).
* Underlying all WBDBs is a relational database-management system (RDBMS), together with one or more relational databases (RDBs) that actually contain the data or information of interest.
Although Microsoft Access 97 (and later versions) offers built-in support for WBDBs, the limitations of Access restrict it to websites that experience low use (no more than a few simultaneous users).
The interfaces used for WBDBs fall into two broad classes.
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