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By James Groff, Paul Weinberg, Andrew J. Oppel
Get accomplished assurance of each point of SQL from 3 major specialists. Revised with assurance of the newest RDBMS software program models, this one-stop consultant explains tips on how to construct, populate, and administer high-performance databases and strengthen strong SQL-based purposes. SQL: the whole Reference, 3rd version exhibits you ways to paintings with SQL instructions and statements, manage relational databases, load and adjust database gadgets, practice robust queries, track functionality, and enforce trustworthy protection guidelines. find out how to hire DDL statements and APIs, combine XML and Java scripts, use SQL items, construct net servers, deal with distant entry, and practice disbursed transactions. ideas for coping with in-memory, movement, and embedded databases that run on state-of-the-art cellular, hand held, and instant units are incorporated during this in-depth quantity.
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NET architecture for web services. Relational Foundation SQL is a language for relational databases, and it has become popular along with the relational database model. The tabular, row/column structure of a relational database is intuitive to users, keeping the SQL simple and easy to understand. The relational model also has a strong theoretical foundation that has guided the evolution and implementation of relational databases. Riding a wave of acceptance brought about by the success of the relational model, SQL has become the database language for relational databases.
Part 3 – SQL/CLI (Call Level Interface) describes the procedural call-level interface, better known as Microsoft’s ODBC standard. It debuted in 1995. • Part 4 – SQL/PSM (Persistent Stored Modules) describes procedural extensions to SQL, paralleling the features found in popular SQL procedural languages like Oracle’s PL/SQL. • Part 5 – SQL/Bindings described how SQL is embedded in other procedural languages. This part was merged into Part 2 – SQL/Foundations in the SQL:2003 version of the standard.
SQL is thus a comprehensive language for controlling and interacting with a database management system. Second, SQL is not really a complete computer language like COBOL, C, C++, or Java. Instead, SQL is a database sublanguage, consisting of about 40 statements specialized for database management tasks. These SQL statements can be embedded into another language such as COBOL or C to extend that language for use in database access. Alternatively, the statements can be explicitly sent to a database management system for processing, via a call-level interface from a language such as C, C++, or Java, or via messages sent over a computer network.