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Re: New SQL RDBMS

From: Greg Gaughan <beta_at_thinksql.co.uk>
Date: Mon, 22 Jan 2001 23:16:55 -0000
Message-ID: <Q83b6.13308$vH6.224789@news6-win.server.ntlworld.com>

I agree. There were some major changes to SQL/89 in SQL/92, but to this day hardly any DBMS vendor has implemented them! Most of the recent 'SQL' databases seem to be even further removed from the standard. The ThinkSQL SQL/92 implementation will be a foundation for the SQL/99 additions.

James Chapman <Jim.Chapman_at_nospam.ncr.com> wrote in message news:3a68bb76_at_rpc1284.daytonoh.ncr.com...
> It seems a little late in the day to be inventing a new SQL92
> implementation. The
> current ISO (and ANSI) standard for SQL is SQL-99.
>
> "Greg Gaughan" <beta_at_thinksql.co.uk> wrote in message
> news:xqH96.7805$UC4.146965_at_news6-win.server.ntlworld.com...
> > Some of the expected advantages are:
> >
> > Aim is to fully support the ISO SQL/92 standard (which includes
 transactions
> > and sub-queries)
> > Developed for 21st century operating systems and hardware
> > Not written in C
> > Fast multi-threaded engine
> > Native ODBC API
> > Multiversion concurrency control
> > - readers never block other users
> > - writers never block readers
> > Fast recovery after power-failure or rollback
> >
>
>
>
Received on Mon Jan 22 2001 - 17:16:55 CST

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