Validate your SQL query against SQL-92, -99 or -200x (draft)

By Bill Graziano on 23 February 2002 | 0 Comments | Tags: Resources


Olof submitted "If you want to make sure that your SQL complies to standard SQL you can use the Mimer SQL Validator. It validates your query against SQL-92, -99 and -200x (draft). By doing this you will make your application more portable." This is a neat utility! Follow the link to Validate your SQL query against SQL-92, -99 or -200x (draft)...

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