[Tutorial] SQL-99 Complete, Really

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[Tutorial] SQL-99 Complete, Really

Postby r4zoli » Mon Jan 24, 2011 9:39 am

On the AskMonty knowledgebase now you can reach SQL-99Complete, Really by Peter Gulutzan & Trudy Pelzer book online version.

This book is a good reference about SQL, it is little old, but explain well SQL-99, which is usable all version of DBMS.
The newer versions of SQL standard built upon SQL-99 version.

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Re: [Tutorial] SQL-99 Complete, Really

Postby Arineckaig » Fri Dec 09, 2011 2:45 pm

you should also have sound hold of php when going towards mysql

Is this necessarily so if using MySQL other than on the Web?
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Re: [Tutorial] SQL-99 Complete, Really

Postby MSPhobe » Fri Mar 15, 2013 11:29 am



I spent 5 minutes on a reply to the "Is PHP needed", not realizing that questions, and hence, presumably, answers were not wanted in this forum. Clicked "Submit", and my work disappeared!! (Yes, I may have done something stupid... but I've been using forums for many years.)


Sigh... writing this in bits... one last... for the next person who comes here via a search on php, and in keeping with the forum's "Announcements of tutorials" remit....

No... you don't need to know or use PHP if you want to use Open Office or MySQL, or even Open Office WITH MySQL.

Tutorials on what PHP is good for, in connection with MySQL at...


and tutorial on setting up, using a MySQL server, with Open Office's database as your front end (aka as your client software for the server) at....

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Re: [Tutorial] SQL-99 Complete, Really

Postby RoryOF » Fri Mar 15, 2013 11:37 am

There is currently some instability on the servers driving the Forum, which Apache Infra are working on. I think your posting may just have fallen into a black hole, which could happen at any time and to any posting, without making any judgement on the posting's content.
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