query language

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a source language consisting of procedural operators that invoke functions to be executed

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The current implementation of specification [18, 19, 8] assumes that grid applications and grid database components can query databases using database languages, and that the databases can be accessed using specific drivers, such as JDBC.
Therefore, it is not a pure object-oriented deductive database language.
To achieve acceptable response times, it is critical that only the functions supplied with the database language be employed, since these functions are optimized by the 4GL compiler.
Instead of writing code in a database language such as SQL (Structured Query Language), developers build applications with Java Blend.
It allows database developers to quickly and easily add telephony access to their existing applications via database language extensions.
A universe is the BusinessObjects semantic layer that shields end users from database complexity, allowing them to easily access, analyze, and report on data without having to understand complex database language.
A universe is a BUSINESSOBJECTS semantic layer that shields end users from database complexity, allowing them to easily access, analyze, and report on data without having to understand complex database language.
Designed as a non-proprietary mortgage automation solution, the Loan Processing System is written in a relational database language and can easily customize to any lending institution's operations.
It focuses on basic concepts in programming (and not how to learn a specific programming language) and describes what the different languages are used for, how to write powerful programs quickly, languages for designing websites, and database languages.
Leading skills sought include proficiency in application server environments, database languages, and Java.
The data model of XML is quite different from the data models of traditional databases, and traditional database languages are not well suited to querying XML sources.
A recent independent benchmark study by database expert Ken North showed DataDirect Connect for ODBC drivers to outperform applications coded in the native database languages.
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