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Please,
I'm an Oracle user (ooohhh!!! :-P ) but I have practices with DB/2.
My question it's very simple.

In Oracle I write procedures with PL/SQL.

In SQLServer I write procedures with TransactSQL.

In DB/2 I write procedure with .....??? (exists a name that
identify db/2 sentences scripting)

Thanks.

Apr 12 '06 #1
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Joan wrote:
Please,
I'm an Oracle user (ooohhh!!! :-P ) but I have practices with DB/2.
My question it's very simple.

In Oracle I write procedures with PL/SQL.

In SQLServer I write procedures with TransactSQL.

In DB/2 I write procedure with .....??? (exists a name that
identify db/2 sentences scripting)

SQL PL (SQL Procedural Language).
Really there wasn't supposed to be a name since all DB2 does is
implement the SQL/PSM section of the standard (i.e. it's "just SQL").
Therefore sometimes you will hear users talk about PSM.

There is also "inline" SQL PL which is the subset of SQL PL used in
dynamic compounds (anonymous block in your world), triggers and SQL
Functions

Cheers
Serge
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Serge Rielau
DB2 Solutions Development
IBM Toronto Lab
Apr 12 '06 #2

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Thanks a lot. Perfect.

Apr 12 '06 #3

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