There are 3 levels of abstraction in DBMS
- It is the lowest level of data abstraction and is managed by DBMS.
- This level shows how the data is stored in the database.
- Data storage descriptions and details of this level are hidden from system admins, developers, and users
- Logical level is the second level in data abstraction, which states the type of data and the relationship among the data that is stored in the database.
- It is a level on which system admin and developers work.
- This is the highest level of data abstraction, which shows/states only a part of the database.
- View level is a level that describes a part of the database and hides the details of the table and its schema and storage from its users.
- The result of a query is an example of view-level data abstraction.
- A table created by selecting fields from one or more tables present in the database can be shown using this view.