BBj Support for SQL-99 and SQL-2003 Features


The table below shows the features defined in SQL-99 (ANSI/ISO/IEC 9075-2-1999: for Information Technology – Database Languages – SQL – Part 2: Foundation (SQL/Foundation)) and SQL-2003 (ISO/IEC 9075-2: Information technology — Database languages — SQL — Part 2: Foundation (SQL/Foundation)) and designates whether they are implemented in the BBj SQL engine.

Key

Yes

 

Feature is supported.

Yes*

 

Feature is supported (e.g. through JDBC) but may differ with the SQL standard. See comments for more information.

Partial

 

Feature is partially supported.

No

 

Feature is not supported.

N/A

 

Not applicable.

Feature

SQL-99
Core

SQL-2003 Mandatory

Note

Numeric data types

Yes

Yes

 

INTEGER and SMALLINT data types (including all spellings)

Yes

Yes

 

REAL, DOUBLE PRECISON, and FLOAT data types

Yes

Yes

 

DECIMAL and NUMERIC data types

Yes

Yes

 

Arithmetic operators

Yes

Yes

 

Numeric comparison

Yes

Yes

 

Implicit casting among the numeric data types

Yes

Yes

 

Character data types

Yes

Yes

 

CHARACTER data type (including all its spellings)

Yes

Yes

 

CHARACTER VARYING data type (including all its spellings)

Yes

Yes

 

Character literals

Yes

Yes

 

CHARACTER_LENGTH function

Yes*

Yes*

Called CHARACTER_LENGTH and LENGTH. {fn LENGTH(...)} is according to JDBC specification.

OCTET_LENGTH function

Yes

Yes

 

SUBSTRING function

Yes

Yes

 

Character concatenation

Yes

Yes

 

UPPER and LOWER functions

Yes

Yes

 

TRIM function

Yes

Yes

 

Implicit casting among the character data types

Yes

Yes

 

POSITION function

Yes*

Yes*

Called LOCATE. {fn LOCATE(...)} is according to JDBC specification.

Character comparison

Yes

Yes

 

Identifiers

Yes

Yes

 

Delimited identifiers

Yes

Yes

 

Lower case identifiers

Yes

Yes

 

Trailing underscore

Yes

Yes

 

Basic query specification

Yes

Yes

 

SELECT DISTINCT

Yes

Yes

 

GROUP BY clause

Yes

Yes

 

GROUP BY can contain columns not in select-list

Yes

Yes

 

Select list items can be renamed

Yes

Yes

 

HAVING clause

Yes

Yes

 

Qualified * in select list

Yes

Yes

 

Correlation names in the FROM clause

Yes

Yes

 

Rename columns in the FROM clause

No

No

 

Basic predicates and search conditions

Yes

Yes

 

Comparison predicate

Yes

Yes

 

BETWEEN predicate

Yes

Yes

 

IN predicate with list of values

Yes

Yes

 

LIKE predicate

Yes

Yes

 

LIKE predicate: ESCAPE clause

Yes

Yes

 

NULL predicate

Yes

Yes

 

Quantified comparison predicate

Yes

Yes

 

EXISTS predicate

Yes

Yes

 

Subqueries in comparison predicate

Yes

Yes

 

Subqueries in IN predicate

Yes

Yes

 

Subqueries in quantified comparison predicate

Yes

Yes

 

Correlated subqueries

Yes

Yes

 

Search condition

Yes

Yes

 

Basic query expressions

Yes

Yes

 

UNION DISTINCT table operator

Yes

Yes

 

UNION ALL table operator

Yes

Yes

 

EXCEPT DISTINCT table operator

No

No

 

Columns combined via table operators need not have exactly the same data type

Yes

Yes

 

Table operators in subqueries

Yes

Yes

 

Basic Privileges

Partial

Partial

 

SELECT privilege at the table level

Yes

Yes

 

DELETE privilege

Yes

Yes

 

INSERT privilege at the table level

Yes

Yes

 

UPDATE privilege at the table level

Yes

Yes

 

UPDATE privilege at the column level

No

No

 

REFERENCES privilege at the table level

No

No

 

REFERENCES privilege at the column level

No

No

 

WITH GRANT OPTION

Yes

Yes

 

USAGE privilege

No

No

 

EXECUTE privilege

Yes

Yes

 

Set functions

Yes

Yes

 

AVG

Yes

Yes

 

COUNT

Yes

Yes

 

MAX

Yes

Yes

 

MIN

Yes

Yes

 

SUM

Yes

Yes

 

ALL quantifier

Yes

Yes

 

DISTINCT qualifier

Yes

Yes

 

Basic data manipulation

Yes

Yes

 

INSERT statement

Yes

Yes

 

Searched UPDATE statement

Yes

Partial

correlation name not supported

Searched DELETE statement

Yes

Partial

correlation name not supported

Single row select statement

Yes

Yes

 

Basic cursor support

Yes*

Yes*

Through JDBC

Declare cursor

No

No

 

ORDER BY columns need not be in select list

Yes

Yes

 

Value expressions in ORDER BY clause

Yes

Yes

 

OPEN statement

No

No

 

Positioned UPDATE statement

Yes

Partial

correlation name not supported

Positioned DELETE statement

Yes

Partial

correlation name not supported

CLOSE statement

No

No

 

FETCH statement

No

No

 

WITH HOLD cursors

No

No

 

Null value support (nulls in lieu of values)

Yes

Yes

 

Basic integrity constraints

Yes*

Yes*

Depends on the file type

NOT NULL constraints

Yes*

Yes*

Supported in ESQL only.

UNIQUE constraints of NOT NULL columns

Yes*

Yes*

Supported in ESQL only.

PRIMARY KEY constraints

Yes

Yes

 

Basic FOREIGN KEY constraint with the NO ACTION default

Yes*

Yes*

Supported in ESQL only.

CHECK constraints

Yes*

Yes*

Supported in ESQL only.

Column defaults

Yes*

Yes*

Supported in ESQL only.

NOT NULL inferred on PRIMARY KEY

Yes

Yes

 

Names in a foreign key can be specified in any order

Yes

Yes

 

Transaction support

Yes*

Yes*

Transactions are only supported in ESQL and Journaled files.

COMMIT statement

Yes*

Yes*

Through JDBC Connection.commit. Only supported in ESQL and Journaled files.

ROLLBACK statement

Yes*

Yes*

Through JDBC Connection.rollback. Only supported in ESQL and Journaled files.

Basic SET TRANSACTION statement

Yes*.

Yes*.

See below.

SET TRANSACTION statement: ISOLATION LEVEL SERIALIZABLE clause

Yes*

Yes*

Connection.setTransactionIsolation(Connection.TRANSACTION_SERIALIZABLE) is according to JDBC specification. Only supported in ESQL and Journaled files.

SET TRANSACTION statement: READ ONLY and READ WRITE clauses

Yes*

Yes*

No SQL syntax. Connection.setReadWrite() is according to JDBC specification. Only supported in ESQL and Journaled files.

Updatable queries with subqueries

No

No

 

SQL comments using leading double minus

No

No

 

SQLSTATE support

Yes

Yes

For most values.

Module language

N/A

No

 

Basic information schema

No

N/A

Note: JDBC DatabaseMetadata is ok.

COLUMNS view

No

N/A

 

TABLES view

No

N/A

 

VIEWS view

No

N/A

 

TABLE_CONSTRAINTS view

No

N/A

 

REFERENTIAL_CONSTRAINTS

No

N/A

 

CHECK_CONSTRAINTS

No

N/A

 

Basic schema manipulation

Yes

Yes

 

CREATE TABLE statement to create persistent base tables

Yes

Yes

 

CREATE VIEW statement

Yes

Yes

 

GRANT statement

Yes

Yes

 

ALTER TABLE statement: ADD COLUMN clause

Yes

Yes

 

DROP TABLE statement: RESTRICT clause

Yes Implicit

Yes Implicit

 

DROP VIEW statement: RESTRICT clause

Yes Implicit

Yes Implicit

 

REVOKE statement: RESTRICT clause

No

No

 

Basic joined tables

Yes

Yes

 

Inner join (but not necessarily the INNER keyword)

Yes

Yes

 

INNER keyword

Yes

Yes

 

LEFT OUTER JOIN

Yes

Yes

 

RIGHT OUTER JOIN

Yes

Yes

 

Outer joins can be nested

Yes

Yes

 

The inner table in a left or right outer join can also be used in an inner join

Yes

Yes

 

All comparison operators are supported (rather than just =)

Yes

Yes

 

Basic date and time

Yes*

Yes*

See below.

DATE data type (including DATE literal)

Yes*

Yes*

DATE literal is implemented as built-in function. {d 'yyyy-mm-dd'} is according to JDBC specification.

TIME data type (including TIME literal) with fractional seconds precision of 0

Yes*

Yes*

TIME literal is implemented as built-in function. No precision in datatype. {t' hh:mm:ss'} is according to JDBC specification.

TIMESTAMP data type (including TIMESTAMP literal) with fractional seconds precision of 0 and 6

Yes*

Yes*

TIMESTAMP literal is implemented as built-in function. No precision spec in datatype. No timezone spec in datatype. {ts 'yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss.f...'} is according to JDBC specification.

Comparison predicate on DATE, TIME, and TIMESTAMP data types

Yes

Yes

 

Explicit CAST between datetime types and character types

Yes

Yes

 

CURRENT_DATE

Yes*

Yes*

No time zone in datetime value expression

LOCALTIME

Yes*.

Yes*.

{fn CURTIME()} is according to JDBC specification.

LOCALTIMESTAMP

No.

No.

 

UNION and EXCEPT in views

Partial

Partial

UNION is supported.

Grouped operations

Yes

Yes

 

WHERE, GROUP BY, and HAVING clauses supported in queries with grouped views

Yes

Yes

 

Multiple tables supported in queries with grouped views

Yes

Yes

 

Set functions supported in queries with grouped views

Yes

Yes

 

Subqueries with GROUP BY and HAVING clauses and grouped views

Yes

Yes

 

Single row SELECT with GROUP BY and HAVING clauses and grouped views

Yes

Yes

 

Multiple module support

No

No

 

CAST function

Yes

Yes

 

Explicit defaults

Yes

Yes

 

CASE expression

Yes

Yes

 

Simple CASE

Yes

Yes

 

Searched CASE

Yes

Yes

 

NULLIF function

Yes

Yes

 

COALESCE function

Yes

Yes

 

Schema definition statement

Yes

Yes

 

Create schema

No

No

 

CREATE TABLE for persistent base tables

Yes

Yes

 

CREATE VIEW

Yes

Yes

 

CREATE VIEW: WITH CHECK OPTION

No

No

 

GRANT statement

Yes

Yes

 

Scalar subquery values

Yes

Yes

 

Expanded NULL predicate

Yes

Yes

 

Features and conformance views

No

N/A

 

SQL_FEATURES view

No

N/A

 

SQL_SIZING view

No

N/A

 

SQL_LANGUAGES view

No

N/A

 

Basic flagging

No

No

 

Distinct data types

No

No

 

USER_DEFINED_TYPES view

No

N/A

 

Basic SQL invoked routines

Yes

Yes

Language BBj.

User-defined functions with no overloading

Yes

Yes

 

User-defined stored procedures with no overloading

Yes

Yes

 

Function invocation

Yes

Yes

 

CALL statement

Yes

Yes

 

RETURN statement

No

No

 

ROUTINES view

No

N/A

 

PARAMETERS view

No

N/A

 

IN predicate with one list element

N/A

Yes

 

 

 

 

 



Feature Name


SQL-99
Core


SQL-2003 Mandatory



Note

Embedded Ada

N/A

No

 

Embedded C

N/A

No

 

Embedded COBOL

N/A

No

 

Embedded Fortran

N/A

No

 

Embedded MUMPS

N/A

No

 

Embedded Pascal

N/A

No

 

Embedded PL/I

N/A

No

 

Direct SQL

N/A

No

 

Basic dynamic SQL

N/A

No

 

Extended dynamic SQL

N/A

No

 

<describe input statement>

N/A

No

 

Untyped SQL-invoked function arguments

N/A

No

 

Dynamic specification of cursor attributes

N/A

No

 

Extensions to embedded SQL exception declarations

N/A

No

 

Enhanced execution rights

N/A

No

 

Module language Ada

N/A

No

 

Module language C

N/A

No

 

Module language COBOL

N/A

No

 

Module language Fortran

N/A

No

 

Module language MUMPS

N/A

No

 

Module language Pascal

N/A

No

 

Module language PL/I

N/A

No

 

Routine language Ada

N/A

No

 

Routine language C

N/A

No

 

Routine language COBOL

N/A

No

 

Routine language Fortran

N/A

No

 

Routine language MUMPS

N/A

No

 

Routine language Pascal

N/A

No

 

Routine language PL/I

N/A

No

 

Routine language SQL

N/A

No

 

CASCADE drop behavior

No

No

 

ALTER TABLE statement: DROP COLUMN clause

Yes*

Yes*

Only supported in ESQL.

Extended REVOKE statement

No

No

 

REVOKE statement performed by other than the owner of a schema object

Yes

Yes

 

REVOKE statement: GRANT OPTION FOR clause

No

No

 

REVOKE statement to revoke a privilege that the grantee has WITH GRANT OPTION

No

No

 

Intervals and datetime arithmetic

No

No

 

OVERLAPS predicate

N/A

No

 

Isolation levels other than SERIALIZABLE

Yes*

Yes*

Only supported in ESQL and Journaled files.

READ UNCOMMITTED isolation level

Yes*

Yes*

Only supported in ESQL and Journaled files.

READ COMMITTED isolation level

Yes*

Yes*

Only supported in ESQL and Journaled files.

REPEATABLE READ isolation level

Yes*

Yes*

Only supported in ESQL and Journaled files.

Basic diagnostics management

No

No

 

GET DIAGNOSTICS statement

No

No

 

SET TRANSACTION statement: DIAGNOSTICS SIZE clause

No

No

 

Multiple schemas per user

No

No

 

Referential delete actions

No

No

 

INSERT statement: DEFAULT VALUES clause

No

No

 

Privilege tables

No

No

 

TABLE_PRIVILEGES view

No

No

 

COLUMN_PRIVILEGES view

No

No

 

USAGE_PRIVILEGES view

No

No

 

Domain support

No

No

 

Extended CASE expression

N/A

 

 

Compound character literals

No

No

 

LIKE enhancements

Partial

Partial

 

UNIQUE predicate

No

No

 

CORRESPONDING in query expressions

No

No

 

INTERSECT table operator

No

No

 

INTERSECT DISTINCT table operator

No

No

 

INTERSECT ALL table operator

No

No

 

EXCEPT ALL table operator

No

No

 

MERGE statement

N/A

No

 

User authorization

No

No

 

Usage tables

No

No

 

Subprogram support

No

No

 

Extended schema manipulation

Partial

Partial

 

ALTER TABLE statement: ALTER COLUMN clause

Partial

Partial

 

ALTER TABLE statement: ADD CONSTRAINT clause

Partial

Partial

 

ALTER TABLE statement: DROP CONSTRAINT clause

Yes

Yes

 

Long identifiers

Yes

Yes

 

Unicode escapes in identifiers

N/A

No

 

Unicode escapes in literals

N/A

No

 

Extended joined table

No

No

 

NATURAL JOIN

No

No

 

FULL OUTER JOIN

Yes

Yes

 

CROSS JOIN

No

No

 

Named column joins for LOBs, arrays, and multisets

N/A

No

 

Time zone specification

No

No

 

National character

No

No

 

Read-only scrollable cursors

Yes

Yes

 

FETCH with explicit NEXT

No

No

 

FETCH FIRST

No

No

 

FETCH LAST

No

No

 

FETCH PRIOR

No

No

 

FETCH ABSOLUTE

No

No

 

FETCH RELATIVE

No

No

 

Extended set function support

No

No

 

Mixed column references in set functions

N/A

No

 

Character set definition

No

No

 

Named character sets

No

No

 

Constraint management

Yes

Yes

 

Enhanced documentation tables

No

No

 

SQL_SIZING_PROFILES view

No

No

 

SQL_IMPLEMENTATION_INFO view

No

No

 

SQL_PACKAGES view

No

No

 

Assertions

No

No

 

Temporary tables

Partial

Partial

 

Enhanced seconds precision

No

No

 

Full value expressions

No

No

 

Truth value tests

No

No

 

Derived tables

No

No

 

Indicator data types

No

No

 

Row and table constructors

Yes

Yes

 

Catalog name qualifiers

No

No

 

Simple tables

No

No

 

Subqueries in CHECK

 

 

 

Retrospective check constraints

N/A

 

 

Collation and translation

No

No

 

Enhanced collation support

N/A

No

 

SQL-session and client module collations

N/A

No

 

Translation support

N/A

No

 

Additional translation documentation

N/A

No

 

Referential update actions

Partial

Partial

 

ALTER domain

No

No

 

Deferrable constraints

No

No

 

INSERT column privileges

No

No

 

Referential MATCH types

No

No

 

View CHECK enhancements

No

No

 

Session management

No

No

 

Connection management

No

No

 

Self-referencing operations

Yes

Yes

 

Insensitive cursors

Yes*

Yes*

Through JDBC.

Full set function

Partial

Partial

DISTINCT in more than one aggregate function will not work, but SELECT DISTINCT with DISTINCT in one aggregate function will work.

Extended flagging

No

N/A

 

Extended flagging -- Part 1, Subclause 8.5, "SQL flagger": With "level of flagging" specified to be Core SQL Flagging and "extent of checking" specified to be Catalog Lookup

No

No

 

Local table references

No

No

 

Full cursor update

Partial

Partial

 

Updatable scrollable cursors

Partial

Partial

 

Updatable ordered cursors

No

No

 

Basic structured types

No

No

 

Enhanced structured types

No

No

 

Final structured types

N/A

No

 

Self-referencing structured types

N/A

No

 

Create method by specific method name

N/A

No

 

Permutable UDT options list

N/A

No

 

Basic reference types

No

No

 

Enhanced reference types

No

No

 

Create table of type

No

No

 

SQL paths in function and type name resolution

No

No

 

Subtables

No

No

 

Basic array support

No

No

 

Arrays of built-in data types

No

No

 

Arrays of distinct types

No

No

 

Array expressions

No

No

 

Arrays of user-defined types

No

No

 

Arrays of reference types

No

No

 

Array constructors by query

N/A

No

 

Optional array bounds

N/A

No

 

Array element assignment

N/A

No

 

ONLY in query expressions

No

No

 

Type predicate

No

No

 

Subtype treatment

No

No

 

Subtype treatment for references

N/A

No

 

SQL-invoked routines on arrays

No

No

 

Array parameters

No

No

 

Array as result type of functions

No

No

 

SQL-invoked routines on multisets

N/A

No

 

User-defined cast functions

No

No

 

Structured type locators

No

No

 

Array locators

No

No

 

Multiset locators

N/A

No

 

Transform functions

No

No

 

Alter transform statement

N/A

No

 

User-defined orderings

No

No

 

Specific type method

No

No

 

Basic multiset support

N/A

No

 

Multisets of user-defined types

N/A

No

 

Multisets of reference types

N/A

No

 

Advanced multiset support

N/A

No

 

Nested collection types

N/A

No

 

Unique constraint on entire row

N/A

No

 

Timestamp in Information Schema

No

No

 

BOOLEAN data type

No

No

 

Basic LOB data type support

Yes

Yes

 

BLOB data type -- Subclause 5.2, "<token> and <separator>": The <reserved word>s BINARY, BLOB, LARGE, and OBJECT -- Subclause 5.3, "<literal>": <binary string literal> -- Subclause 6.1, "<data type>": The BINARY LARGE OBJECT data type -- Subclause 6.28, "<string value expression>": For values of type BINARY LARGE OBJECT -- Subclause 13.6, "Data type correspondences": Type correspondences for BINARY LARGE OBJECT for all supported languages

Yes

Yes

 

CLOB data type -- Subclause 5.2, "<token> and <separator>": The <reserved word>s CHARACTER, CLOB, LARGE, and OBJECT -- Subclause 6.1, "<data type>": The CHARACTER LARGE OBJECT data type -- Subclause 6.28, "<string value expression>": For values of type CHARACTER LARGE OBJECT -- Subclause 13.6, "Data type correspondences": Type correspondences for CHARACTER LARGE OBJECT for all supported languages -- The implicit casting among the fixed-length and variable-length character string types supported by subfeature E021-10 is extended to support the character large object type

Yes

Yes

 

POSITION, LENGTH, LOWER, TRIM, UPPER, and SUBSTRING functions for LOB data types -- Subclause 6.27, "<numeric value function>": The <position expression> for expressions of type BINARY LARGE OBJECT and CHARACTER LARGE OBJECT -- Subclause 6.27, "<numeric value function>": The <char length expression> for expressions of type CHARACTER LARGE OBJECT -- Subclause 6.27, "<numeric value function>": The <octet length expression> for expressions of type BINARY LARGE OBJECT and CHARACTER LARGE OBJECT -- Subclause 6.29, "<string value function>": The <fold> function for expressions of type CHARACTER LARGE OBJECT -- Subclause 6.29, "<string value function>": The <trim function> for expressions of type CHARACTER LARGE OBJECT -- Subclause 6.29, "<string value function>": The <blob trim function> -- Subclause 6.29, "<string value function>": The <character substring function> for expressions of type CHARACTER LARGE OBJECT -- Subclause 6.29, "<string value function>": The <blob substring function>

Yes*

Yes*

May get unexpected results using binary data.

Concatenation of LOB data types -- Subclause 6.28, "<string value expression>": The <concatenation> expression for expressions of type CHARACTER LARGE OBJECT -- Subclause 6.28, "<string value expression>": The <blob concatenation> expression

Yes

Yes

 

LOB locator: non-holdable -- Subclause 13.3, "<externally-invoked procedure>": <locator indication> -- Subclause 14.14, "<free locator statement>"

No

No

 

Extended LOB data type support

Partial

Partial

CAST and string value functions implemented. No comparison or ordering.

Row types

No

No

 

MAX and MIN for row types

N/A

No

 

Explicit aliases for all-fields reference

N/A

No

 

UCS support

N/A

No

 

BIGINT data type

N/A

Yes

 

Updatable joins, unions, and columns

No

No

 

WITH (excluding RECURSIVE) in query expression

No

No

 

WITH (excluding RECURSIVE) in subquery

N/A

No

 

Recursive query

No

No

 

Recursive query in subquery

N/A

No

 

SIMILAR predicate

No

No

 

DISTINCT predicate

No

No

 

DISTINCT predicate with negation

N/A

No

 

LIKE clause in table definition

No

No

 

AS subquery clause in table definition

N/A

No

 

Extended LIKE clause in table definition

N/A

No

 

Identity columns

N/A

Yes*

Only supported in ESQL files.

Generated columns

N/A

Yes*

Only supported in ESQL.

Sequence generator support

N/A

Yes

 

Referential action RESTRICT

 

 

 

Comparable data types for referential constraints

 

 

 

Basic trigger capability

Yes*

Yes*

 

Triggers activated on UPDATE, INSERT, or DELETE of one base table.

Yes

Yes

 

BEFORE triggers

Yes*

Yes*

 

AFTER triggers

Yes

Yes

 

FOR EACH ROW triggers

No

No

 

Ability to specify a search condition that shall be True before the trigger is invoked.

No

No

 

Support for run-time rules for the interaction of triggers and constraints.

 

 

 

TRIGGER privilege

No

No

 

Multiple triggers for the same event are executed in the order in which they were created in the catalog.

Yes

Yes

 

Enhanced trigger capability

 

 

 

Sensitive cursors

No

No

 

START TRANSACTION statement

No

No

 

SET TRANSACTION statement: LOCAL option

No

No

 

Chained transactions

No

No

 

Savepoints

Yes

Yes

Only supported in ESQL files.

Enhanced savepoint management

N/A

No

 

SELECT privilege with column granularity

Yes

Yes

 

Functional dependencies

No

No

 

OVERLAY function

No

No

 

Overloading of SQL-invoked functions and procedures

 

 

 

Explicit security for external routines

 

 

 

Explicit security for SQL routines

N/A

No

 

Qualified SQL parameter references

N/A

No

 

Table functions

N/A

 

 

Basic roles

No

No

 

Extended roles

No

No

 

Bracketed SQL comments (/*...*/ comments)

No

No

 

Extended grouping capabilities

 

 

 

Nested and concatenated GROUPING SETS

N/A

 

 

Multiargument GROUPING function

N/A

 

 

GROUP BY DISINCT

N/A

 

 

ABS and MOD functions

Yes

Yes

 

Symmetric BETWEEN predicate

No

No

 

Result sets return value

No

No

 

LATERAL derived table

No

No

 

Enhanced EXISTS predicate

No

No

 

Transaction counts

No

No

 

Updatable table references

No

N/A

 

Optional key words for default syntax

No

No

 

Holdable locators

No

No

 

Array-returning external SQL-invoked functions

No

No

 

Multiset-returning external SQL-invoked functions

N/A

No

 

Regular expression substring function

No

No

 

UNIQUE constraints of possibly null columns

No

No

 

Local cursor references

No

No

 

Elementary OLAP operations

N/A

No

 

Advanced OLAP operations

N/A

No

 

Sampling

N/A

No

 

Enhanced numeric functions

N/A

No

 

Multiple column assignment

N/A

No

 

SQL-schema statements in SQL routines

No

No

 

SQL-dynamic statements in SQL routines

No

No

 

SQL-schema statements in external routines

No

No

 

SQL-dynamic statements in external routines

No

No

 

Cyclically dependent routines

No

No

 



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