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Introducing Custom Language Extensions to SQL: 1999

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Introducing Custom Language Extensions to SQL: 1999
Abstract. Even though SQL has become widely accepted as a language for implementing relational database schemas and querying data, there are cases where s experience the need for new language abstractions which would allow them to express data modeling and querying solutions in a clearer and simpler manner. This paper describes the idea of language extensions to SQL:1999 that come in form of independent packages and may be implemented by different vendors. A translator system uses information imported from the packages to translate the statements containing the extensions into SQL:1999-compliant statements. 1 Motivation Over years, SQL has become a widely accepted language for implementing relational database schemas and querying data, irrespective of application domain. Its usage potential reaches well beyond simple database querying, which is often reflected by proposals aiming at seamless integration and access to heterogeneous data sources and applications via an SQL interface (e.g...
Jernej Kovse, Wolfgang Mahnke
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where CAISE
Authors Jernej Kovse, Wolfgang Mahnke
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