Large web sites that have a need to display large amounts of data will employ a web database to allow the best management possible. For example, an online banking website may use a web database to store information such as customer names, addresses, locations and past financial records. When the information from the database is required for display, the website would use a variety of tools to pull the information from the database and display it accordingly. The two most popular web database platforms are the Windows-based Microsoft SQL Server and the Linux-based MySQL. While the two platforms are very different in terms of setup, both are built and operate on the basic fundamentals of the Structured Query Language (SQL).
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