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Re: SQL92 Entry Level

From: Jarl <jarl_at_no.spam.at.all>
Date: 15 Apr 2004 09:37:21 GMT
Message-ID: <Xns94CC776F66C0Bjarl@213.163.128.165>


jim caprioli <jim.cp_at_zonnet.nl> wrote in news:opr6hq1gqci17tql_at_News.individual.NET:

> Tired of 'googling'... everywhere I read statements about SQL
> compliance (e.g. SQL92 Entry Level) but how can I verify this? Google?
> No results. I searched www.iso.ch 'no results found'. Is there
> somewhere a document available that exactly describes what SQL92 Entry
> Level is? ThX

ISO/ANSI doesn't publish their standards on the Internet. You'll have to buy them. Besides, the current standard is SQL-2003, so that's the version of the SQL standard ISO will offer you.

If you want, you can by your own copy directly from ISO: http://www.iso.org/iso/en/CatalogueDetailPage.CatalogueDetail?CSNUMBER= 34132&ICS1=35&ICS2=60&ICS3= However, there's an SQL-92 draft available on the Internet: http://www.contrib.andrew.cmu.edu/~shadow/sql/sql1992.txt

If you just want to verify standard compliance, check out the SQL Validator. It supports SQL-92, SQL-99, and even SQL-2003: http://developer.mimer.com/validator/index.htm

There's also an older version of the Mimer SQL documentation describing SQL-92 and its different levels available: http://developer.mimer.com/documentation/html_ 91/Mimer_SQL_Engine_DocSet/Intro_SQL_Stds3.html

HTH,
Jarl Received on Thu Apr 15 2004 - 04:37:21 CDT

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