CODASYL


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CODASYL

CODASYL

(COnference on DAta SYstems Languages) An organization founded in 1959 by the U.S. Department of Defense. It evolved into a variety of volunteer committees and ultimately disbanded by the mid-1990s. CODASYL was widely known for its definition of COBOL, but it was also involved with the network database model and the data description language (DDL) for defining database schemas.
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Warehouse featuring the Oracle CODASYL DBMS interface is immediately available for purchase.
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Clearly, Oracle is listening to and responding to the needs of Oracle CODASYL DBMS customers," said Bryan Holland, owner of New England Software Concepts, a leading supplier of Oracle CODASYL DBMS expertise.
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