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The SQL_LANGUAGES view contains one row for each ANSI-standard language supported by this SQL implementation. Its structure is shown in the following table:
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Text identifying source of language standard (e.g., ISO 9075) Year in which standard was approved (e.g., 1987) Conformance level (1/2) Integrity (YES/NO) or NULL
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Appendix E:
SQL Information Schema Standard
Column Name
SQL_LANGUAGE_ IMPLEMENTATION SQL_LANGUAGE_ BINDING_STYLE SQL_LANGUAGE_ PROGRAMMING_ LANGUAGE
Data Type
VARCHAR(maxlen) VARCHAR(maxlen) VARCHAR(maxlen)
Description
Implementation-defined character string or NULL Binding style (e.g., EMBEDDED/ MODULE/DIRECT) Name of the supported programming language (e.g., ADA/C/COBOL/FORTRAN/ PASCAL/PLI)
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VARCHAR(maxlen)is a VARCHAR data type with the largest maximum length permitted by the SQL implementation.
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Appendix F
CD-ROM Installation Guide
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SQL: The Complete Reference
he bonus CD-ROM that accompanies this book includes full-function Windows NT/2000 versions of these three leading brands of SQL-based DBMS:
I Microsoft SQL Server 2000 I IBM DB2 I MySQL In addition, the last section of this appendix contains instructions on how to download a trial version of the Oracle DBMS. These are not incomplete demo versions of the DBMS products. Rather, they are full-capability evaluation versions of the latest software from these leading database vendors, allowing you to learn SQL using a live DBMS, test out and compare each product, and find a SQL DBMS that best suits your specific needs. The CD-ROM also includes data files that you can use to populate the DBMS products with the five tables of the sample database so that you can easily run the example queries in the book. The files reside in the root directory of the CD-ROM and are named: I CUSTOMERS.DAT I OFFICES.DAT I ORDERS.DAT I PRODUCTS.DAT I SALESREPS.DAT Enjoy this unique CD-ROM, which is available only with SQL: The Complete Reference, the most comprehensive book on SQL with the most comprehensive collection of valuable SQL DBMS software from the leading DBMS vendors. These products are subject to restricted use licenses, are for evaluation purposes only, and, in some cases, include expiration mechanisms that cause the software to cease operation 90 or 120 days after installation. See the tables in the sections that follow for specific details on each product.
Installing the SQL DBMS Software
When you insert the bonus CD-ROM into your CD-ROM drive, Windows automatically launches the DBMS installation program on the CD-ROM. The program prompts you
Appendix F:
CD-ROM Installation Guide
to accept the McGraw-Hill/Osborne license agreement and then allows you to select a DBMS for installation, as shown here:
APPENDIXES
The sections that follow contain detailed instructions for installing each brand of SQL DBMS.
Microsoft SQL Server 2000
The following table lists details and facts about the product and the company: Product name First shipment Platform Software limitations Vendor Founded Annual sales SQL Server 2000 Enterprise Edition 1988 Windows NT/2000 Expires 120 days after installation Microsoft Corporation 1975 $27.7 billion
SQL: The Complete Reference
Hardware and Software Requirements
Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Enterprise Edition requires the following hardware and software:
Category
Computer Operating system
Requirements
Intel or compatible Pentium 166MHz or higher Microsoft Windows NT Workstation 4.0 with SP5 or later, Windows NT Server 4.0 with SP5 or later, Windows NT Server 4.0 Enterprise Edition with SP5 or later, Windows 2000 Professional, Windows 2000 Server, Windows 2000 Advanced Server, or Windows 2000 Datacenter Server operating system 128MB or more recommended Approx. 250MB for typical installation Microsoft Internet Explorer version 5.0 or later Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Millennium Edition, Windows NT 4.0, or Windows 2000 built-in network software (additional network software is not required unless you are using Banyan VINES or AppleTalk ADSP; Novell NetWare IPX/SPX client support is provided by the NWLink protocol of Windows networking)
Memory (RAM) Hard disk space Internet software Network software
Installation Notes
The official Microsoft SQL Server 2000 evaluation CD-ROM has been pruned somewhat in order for the SQL Server 2000 software to fit onto the bonus CD-ROM. Therefore, you must choose precisely the selections indicated in the instructions in the next section or the installation may not proceed smoothly. In addition, do not attempt to install OLAP Analysis Services. If you have any further questions about SQL Server 2000 installation, please refer to the SQL Server Installation Guide on the bonus CD-ROM. The file is located at \MSSQL\books\instsql.chm. Finally, if you are installing SQL Server 2000 on the same computer alongside a previous version of SQL Server, back up your previous Microsoft SQL Server installation, and do not install SQL Server 2000 in the same directory as the previous installation.
Appendix F:
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