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What dialect is this?

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mankowitzFlag for United States of America asked on
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Hi.

I have the following code snippet, and I can tell that it is some variant of SQL. Can anyone tell me what it is? A link to syntax rules would be great.

set list_count 0;
>>select p.last_nm, p.first_nm, f.val, f.data_create_ts,e.prim_acct_num
+>from =findng f
+>inner join =personp p on f.pat_person_num = p.num
+>inner join =encntrp e on f.pat_person_num = e.pat_person_num
+>where f.concept_descr_num = 611060
+>and f.SERV_DATA_CREATE_TS > datetime "2013-03-01:00:00:00.000" year to fraction
+>and f.val > 0 browse access;
S>
S>detail
+>
+> p.last_nm as A18 heading "Last Name",
+> p.first_nm as A14 heading "First",
+> e.prim_acct_num heading "Account" ,
+> f.val heading "Value" ;
S>list all;
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