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Questions tagged [sql-standard]

For questions concerning the SQL Standard itself (also known as the ANSI or ISO SQL Standard) including writing queries that conform to that standard. This tag is NOT to be used for questions about SQL Server Standard Edition.

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Where can I find the SQL-89 standard?

This question is different but similar to this request looking for SQL-86. SQL 1989 is almost 30 years old. Is this spec freely available anywhere. The standard does not have a Wikipage or the like? ...
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Does the SQL-1992 standard restrict naming identifiers to 18 characters?

In this draft of SQL:1992, I found… Section 5.2 Leveling Rules .... The following restrictions apply for Entry SQL in addition to any Intermediate SQL restrictions: a) No <...
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Drastic change in query speed when changing from Oracle 9i to ANSI outer join syntax

I am working on simplifying a query originally written for Oracle 9i. In the process I changed the join syntax from the Oracle 9i syntax to ANSI. The names of the tables and columns have been changed ...
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Does SQL/MED (ISO/IEC 9075-9) defines a writable foreign data wrapper interface

I just can't find anything about it. I don't have the paper or draft of the SQL:2011, and have almost only drafts from SQL:2008, 2006, 2003. Does anyone know if "SQL/MED (ISO/IEC 9075-9)" defines a ...
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Why Turning ANSI_WARNINGS Off Causes Error Updating Col Used as a Source of a Computed Col?

I have a stored procedure that updates the source column used in a computed column. That stored procedure has SET ANSI_WARNINGS OFF;. When the procedure executes, and tries to update the source ...
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What are all the catalogs that RDBMS have to implement to be ANSI compliant?

My goal is to be able to go into any environment, and immediately get a general idea of what is going on in a database server. I know most RDBMS implement INFORMATION_SCHEMA, which has a lot of useful ...
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Standard behaviour in executing multiple alter statements in Postgres

I was just experimenting with ALTER TABLE commands in psql. I came across a fact that we can give multiple alter clause within same ALTER TABLE command. Like ALTER TABLE EmployeeLoans add col1, add ...