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There are a lot of database types. Can you list a list of the top classification of databases commonly found in schools and offices? Any help is appreciated. Hope to see compressed and summarized type as possible.

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Take a look at this list of mine :

  1. Employee/ Student Information
  2. Account Receivable/Payable
  3. Attendance Record
  4. Inventory
  5. Class/Task Records

Hope this list helps. For further reference, you can try to look at this :

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