ANSI SQL92 Syntax

I'm looking for the ansi sql92 syntax in order to maintain
the same code for Oracle & Sybase & Informix

Thanks
Amir
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mshaikhCommented:
Try this book:

A Guide to SQL Standard
By:  C. J. Date, Hugh Darwen

This does a pretty good job of introductions to a SQL/92 or SQL2. It can be used as a refference too.
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Mark GeerlingsDatabase AdministratorCommented:
I don't have the answer you asked for, but if you are deploying or planning to deploy an application with SQL code that is generic enough to work on these three databases, be aware that you will not get the performance you can get by optimizing the code for one database.
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AmirlAuthor Commented:
I'm looking for a site that has this reference on-line. My main concern is about stored procedures.

Thanks,

Amir
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Mark GeerlingsDatabase AdministratorCommented:
My understanding is that the syntax for stored procedures is database-specific, meaning that the major database vendors DO NOT follow standards for this, rather each vendor has gone its own way in this area.
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mshaikhCommented:
Store procedures are quite database specific. Although, there is a SQL-92 standard for writing store procedure, Oracle does not conform to those standards! That would be too easy!
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mshaikhCommented:
I am not sure if Sybase and Informix do either!
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