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In 1989, the American National Standards Institute (http:www.ansi.org)]] published a SQL specification of the ANSI SQL. The ANSI SQL standard revision: ^ Year ^ Year Reference ^ Ordering reference ^ Iso (Specification) ^ | 1989 | | | | | 1992 | SQL-92 | SQL-2 | sql1992.txt or ISO/IEC 9075:1992 | | 1999 | SQL-99 | SQL-3 | | | 2003 | SQL:2003 | | ISO/IEC 9075-2:2003 | | 2011 | | | Part 1 SQL Framework | <note tip>Search the Iso website with term SQL and the (publicly|free) available standard SQL are here </note> Most major database vendors support the SQL-92 standard. However, the levels of conformance vary. Some vendors have gone beyond the SQL-92 standard and most have their own extensions to the SQL language. One of the reproach that you can find concerning the ANSI SQL syntax is that it separates join predicates from filter predicates. ===== Articles Related =====

===== Grammar ===== Bnf Grammar: * sql-92 * sql-2003 ===== Documentation / Reference ===== * SQL-92 standards draft document * You can download the SQL:200n working documents from Whitemarsh Information Systems Corp. * Several revisions of the SQL Standards working documents are available from the SQL Standards Organization website. * ANSI SQL Guidelines * ANSI Argh * Oracle and Standard SQL * SQL Specification


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