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Re: need ANSI-92 or ANSI-99 or both syntax

From: Eva Haiden <eva.haiden_at_engnetworld.com>
Date: 2 May 2002 08:53:04 -0700
Message-ID: <52046b21.0205020753.67220535@posting.google.com>


Hi Eckardt,

Which links on this page are especially interesting? I tried a few but got some "site does not exist anymore". Do you have information which datatypes are defined for which standard.

E.g.: SQL 92 entry level: char, ...

Thank you for your help!
Eva

"E. Augenstein" <augensteinXX_at_XXltt.rwth-aachen.de> wrote in message news:<3CCD4FA8.20707_at_XXltt.rwth-aachen.de>...
> Hi!
>
> Maybe this site helps: http://www.jcc.com/SQLPages/jccs_sql.htm
> I had the same idea but I'm not so shure about it anymore. I'm afraid
> it's not that much the syntax of statements but the varying datatypes
> that will run you into trouble -- even if odbc might help here.
>
> Eckardt
>
>
> Eva Haiden wrote:
> > Dear database users,
> >
> > We try to implement a system that is independent of the underlying
> > database. Therefore I need material on the syntax of the ANSI-92 or
> > ANSI-99 standard and information of which database providers are
> > complying to the standard.
> >
> > Thank you very much in advance!
> >
> > Eva
Received on Thu May 02 2002 - 10:53:04 CDT

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