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Re: Are DOMAINs part of SQL-99 standard?

From: sriv_ashish <member33517_at_dbforums.com>
Date: Thu, 17 Jul 2003 11:32:57 +0000
Message-ID: <3121086.1058441577@dbforums.com>

The concept of Domain is first introduced by the Oracle. It a kind of Enumerated datatype. which is latter included in the SQL 99 specification.

As for as implementation is concern, a 100% java database Daffodil DB implements all constructs of SQL 99, and it provide support of DOMAINs too.

Lets check it !!

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