SIP. Comparison of different SQL implementations. The goal of this page — which is a work in progress — is to gather information relevant for people who are porting SQL from one product to another and/or are interested in possibilities and limits of 'cross-product' SQL.
The following tables compare how different DBMS products handle various SQL (and related) features. If possible, the tables also state how the implementations should do things, according to the SQL standard. I will only write about subjects that I've worked with personally, or subjects which I anticipate to find use for in the near future. Subjects on which there are no significant implementation variances are not covered. Beta-versions of software are not examined. I'm sorry about the colors. If you have corrections or suggestions, please contact me; even notifications about spelling errors are welcome. Legend, definitions, and notes The following SQL standard and implementations have been examined, if not otherwise stated: Features Views Join types and features Remarks: Note:
Comparison of open source software hosting facilities. A source code repository is a file archive and web hosting facility where large amounts of source code are kept, either publicly or privately.
They are often used by open-source projects and other multi-developer projects to handle various versions. They help developers submit patches of code in an organized fashion. Often these web sites support version control, bug tracking, release management, mailing lists, and wiki-based documentation. People who write software retain their copyright when their software is posted to any open-source software hosting facilities, including the "non-gnu" section of GNU Savannah—with the exception of contributors to FSF-copyrighted programs at GNU Savannah. Overview General information Features Other features Available version control systems Popularity
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