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The SQL2 standard allows basic query specifications to be combined with one another using the set-oriented relational operations UNION, EXCEPT, and INTERSECT. The resulting query-expression provides the full relational set-processing power of the standard. Enclosed in parentheses, a query-expression becomes a subquery that can appear in various positions within SQL statements (for example, within certain search conditions in the WHERE clause). Not all DBMS brands support all of these operations. A simplified form of the SQL2 syntax for the operations (without the details of operator precedence) is given by:
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Simple-table | joined-table | union-expr | except-expr | intersect-expr | ( query-expr ) query-expr UNION [ ALL ] [ corresponding-spec ] query-expr query-expr EXCEPT [ ALL ] [ corresponding-spec ] query-expr query-expr INTERSECT [ ALL ] [ corresponding-spec ] query-expr CORRESPONDING [ BY ( col-list ) ] ( query-expr )
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These expressions select rows from the database for processing:
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Language Element Syntax
search-condition search-item search-test comparison-test between-test like-test null-test set-test quantified-test existence-test search-item | search-item { AND | OR } search-item [ NOT ] { search-test | ( search-condition ) } comparison-test | between-test | like-test | null-test | set-test | quantified-test | existence-test expr { = | <> | < | <= | > | >= } { expr | subquery } expr [ NOT ] BETWEEN expr AND expr column-ref [ NOT ] LIKE value [ ESCAPE value ] column-ref IS [ NOT ] NULL expr [ NOT ] IN { value-list | subquery } expr { = | <> | < | <= | > | >= } [ ALL | ANY | SOME ] subquery EXISTS subquery
Expressions
These expressions are used in SQL select lists and search conditions:
Language Element Syntax
expr expr-item value host-variable function distinct-function all-function expr-item | expr-item { + | - | * | / } expr-item [ + | - ] [ value | column-ref | function | ( expr )} literal | USER | host-variable | stored-proc-variable variable [ [ INDICATOR ] variable ] COUNT(*) | distinct-fcn | all-fcn { AVG | MAX | MIN | SUM | COUNT } ( DISTINCT column-ref ) { AVG | MAX | MIN | SUM | COUNT } ( [ ALL ] expr )
Appendix C:
SQL Syntax Reference
Statement Elements
These elements appear in various SQL statements:
Language Element
set-assignment sort-item insert-item select-item table-ref column-ref
Syntax
column = { expr | NULL | DEFAULT } { column-ref | integer } [ ASC | DESC ] { value | NULL } expr table [ table-alias ] [ { table | alias } . ] column
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Simple Elements
The following are the basic names and constants that appear in SQL statements:
Language Element
table column user variable literal integer data-type alias cursor
Description
Table name Column name Database user name Host language or stored procedure variable name Number or a string literal enclosed in quotes Integer number SQL data type SQL identifier SQL identifier
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Appendix D
SQL Call-Level Interface
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SQL: The Complete Reference
or clarity, the routines are presented here with two differences from the standard. The names of the parameters of the routines are abbreviated in this appendix to make the routine headers easier to read and, in some cases, to clarify their function. In actual calls to the routines from an application program, you use the names of the application program variables to be used as input and output parameters instead of the parameter names. Also for clarity, the data types of the parameters are stated here in terms of the actual C-language data types (e.g., long, short, *char). The standard defines the parameters using defined symbolic constants (#define s in the C language) to represent these data types. Appendix A.1 of the standard (ISO/IEC 9075-3:1995) is a C-language header file that defines symbolic constants for all of the constants and codes specified in the standard, and uses the full parameter variable names specified in the standard. The following is a summary of the routines, organized by function:
AllocHandle() FreeHandle() AllocConnect() FreeConnect() Connect() Disconnect() DataSources() AllocEnv() FreeEnv() SetEnvAttr() GetEnvAttr() AllocStmt() FreeStmt() SetStmtAttr() GetStmtAttr() ExecDirect() Prepare() Execute()
Allocates resources for environment, connection, descriptor, or statement Frees previously allocated resources Allocates resources for a database connection Frees resources for a database connection Establishes a database connection Ends an established database connection Gets a list of available SQL servers to which connection may be made Allocates resources for a SQL environment Frees resources for a SQL environment Sets attribute value for a SQL environment Retrieves attribute value for a SQL environment Allocates resources for a SQL statement Frees resources for a SQL statement Sets descriptor area to be used for a SQL statement Gets descriptor area for a SQL statement Directly executes a SQL statement Prepares a SQL statement for subsequent execution Executes a previously prepared SQL statement
Appendix D:
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