Can anyone recommend database engines (eg Oracle, DB2) and data modeling tools
that support SQL3?
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, "Simon" <email@example.com> wrote:
>Can anyone recommend database engines (eg Oracle, DB2) and data modeling tools
>that support SQL3?
The standard you are refering to is these days called SQL-99. SQL3 was only
the working name beofre it was settled.
Unfortunately, there is no database engine currently offering a full support
for SQL.-99. Some of them have implemented parts of it, others nothing. Mimer
SQL is an engine that support parts of SQL-99. Among other things, this RDBMS
support SQL-99 triggers, procedures, and information schema.
Robert Sundström, Mimer RDBMS Product Development
Upright Database Technology AB, http://www.mimer.com
Mimer is the standardized RDBMS with optimistic concurrency control
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