Structured Query Language


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Structured Query Language

[‚strək·chərd ′kwir·ē ‚laŋ·gwij]
(computer science)
The standard language for accessing relational databases. Abbreviated SQL.

Structured Query Language

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Relational databases, such as IBM DB2 database software, require additional Embedded Structured Query Language (ESQL) syntax that is not required on the mainframe.
The Structured Query Language (SQL) reportedly allows easy extraction of data from the system for interfacing to third-party programs and systems.
Many organizations support the development of SQL3, an enhanced structured query language (SQL) that addresses some object oriented database concepts, although efforts to define a specification for this standard are moving rather slowly.
Parlane, the natural language database interface system produced by BBN Laboratories (BBN), translates natural language input into structured query language (SQL), the standard command language used with many database management systems, and the SQL commands are then applied to the underlying database.
The new release introduces numerous enhancements and improvements to SoftTree's structured query language (SQL) auto-completion and visualization technology.
The authors then introduce the basics of marking up data as XML, the structured query language for performing queries, how to create web- based applications, and streams-based networking.
A series of Structured Query Language edits against the MEDALS tables identified a total of 1,453 errors in the production region and four in the test region, which were rectified by the staff.
The integrated tools include analytic applications, a reporting scoreboard, and structured query language in the context of an active web environment.
The second half of the book explains how to define a site and set up testing server parameters, describes databases as the backbone for data in an organization, and introduces the structured query language (SQL) for extracting and inserting information from a database.
The 1010data ODBC driver is now available as a part of 1010data's standard suite of tools and includes the ability to use standard Structured Query Language (SQL) to easily integrate custom or off-the-shelf front-end applications.
This is a reference guide to Structured Query Language (SQL) functions, which play a critical role in the retrieval and display of data.
In the past, IT departments have turned to relational database technology called Structured Query Language (SQL), developed in the late 1970s, to try to provide business professionals with a composite view of their operations.

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