|Data Management: Relational Database|
|Document Number: X98DR|
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This Product Standard provides application program access to a relational database via the Structured Query Language (SQL) embedded in C and/or COBOL. X/Open SQL includes dynamic SQL, and is aligned with ISO/IEC 9075:1992 (SQL).1 It also includes specifications which allow portability of applications to distributed environments.
The SQL Specification,2 with any of the following:
SQL language as defined in the SQL Specification embedded in C and/or COBOL. C language and/or COBOL source programs invoking the services of this Product Standard must be supported by the registered product.
Products conforming to this Product Standard may optionally support the XA interface for integration into a TP system as defined in the XA Specification3, Resource Manager conformance requirements in a C Language environment.
XPG3 Internationalized System Calls and Libraries, Internationalized System Calls and Libraries, Internationalized System Calls and Libraries Extended, or Internationalized System Calls and Libraries Extended V2 (except for XA).
ISO/IEC 9075:1992 (SQL).
A Test Report from a currently authorized release of the NIST/SQL Test Suite Release 5.
Largely compatible with the XPG3 SQL Product Standard. The differences are identified in Section 1.3, This Edition, of the SQL Specification.
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