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At this writing, the ANSI/ISO standard had been expanded into 14 defined Parts. A few of them were dropped after some initial activity, some were merged back into other parts, and some continue as stand-alone, parallel efforts within the overall standard: Part 1 SQL/Framework contains common definitions and serves as a table of contents for the other parts. Part 2 SQL/Foundation is the largest part and carries the mainstream definition of the SQL statements that define the structure of a database and manipulate data. It is the descendant of the early SQL-89 and SQL-92 versions of the standard. It has been significantly extended to include SQL structures for business analytics. Part 3 SQL/CLI (Call Level Interface) describes the procedural call-level interface, better known as Microsoft s ODBC standard. It debuted in 1995. Part 4 SQL/PSM (Persistent Stored Modules) describes procedural extensions to SQL, paralleling the features found in popular SQL procedural languages like Oracle s PL/SQL. Part 5 SQL/Bindings described how SQL is embedded in other procedural languages. This part was merged into Part 2 SQL/Foundations in the SQL:2003 version of the standard. Part 6 SQL/Transaction was focused on extensions to the XA distributed transaction standard, but was dropped. Part 7 SQL/Temporal was focused on extending SQL to deal with time-oriented data, but was dropped. Part 8 SQL/Objects held the object-oriented extensions to SQL during the development of SQL3. These extensions were merged back into Part2 Foundation in SQL:1999. Part 9 SQL/MED (Management of External Data) adds facilities to allow SQL to process non relational data sources, and appeared in SQL:2003. Part 10 SQL/OLB (Object Language Bindings) describes access to SQL from Java. It is related to JDBC and embedded SQL for Java, and appeared in SQL:2003. Part 11 SQL/Schemata contains standards for the database catalog or system information tables that self-describe a database. This specification was in Part 2 in SQL:1999, but was separated out into its own part in SQL:2003. Part 12 SQL/Replication was started to define standards for how replication from one SQL database to another is specified, but was dropped. Part 13 SQL/JRT (Java Routines and Types) describes routines and types used in the Java language to access SQL databases, and first appeared in SQL:2003. Part 14 SQL/XML describes how Extensible Markup Language (XML) is integrated into the SQL language. It first appeared in SQL:2003 and has been significantly expanded since. From a few hundred pages describing the common core features of the SQL language in 1986, the ANSI/ISO SQL standard has thus grown dramatically in complexity, scope and length. The real SQL standard, of course, is the SQL implemented in products that are
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