Support for an Ada-to-SQL binding
Date/Time of Processing: Monday 30 May 1994 06:10:58Pm Overall Assessment of System: OK Notes from PAL Certifier: It was not possible to certify this system because it was purposely designed to be incorrect Ada code that is to be completed by the user. Otherwise, it appears to be OK.
languages/ada/asr/ada_sql/rapport: File Name Size --------- ---- rapport.zip 42,936 languages/ada/asr/ada_sql/sql: File Name Size --------- ---- sql.zip 94,115 Totals ============== ============== 2 Files 137,051
The HQ USAF Assistant Chief of Staff for Information Systems anticipates the adoption of SQL as the Air Force standard Relational data base query language. The Air Force will probably adopt the American National Standard (ANS) Database Language SQL as its Relational query language. A draft proposed American National Standard (dpANS)/International Standard Database Language SQL is in the public review process. Given the above Air Force position, the WIS JPMO began a project with the Institute for Defense Analysis and RACOM Computer Professionals to develop a standard Ada DBMS interface (Ada/SQL) based on the dpANS Database Language SQL. A "Proposed Binding Ada to Database Language SQL" has been presented to the responsible American National Standards Committee (X3H2). We anticipate its adoption as the DoD and ANS/ISO standard Ada relational DBMS interface and it will be the WIS Standard Ada DBMS interface. As such, we recommend the Ada/SQL interface be used for any development of an Ada DBMS interface. The RAPPORT and DAMES DBMS Ada interfaces were among the R&D precursors developed to define an Ada DBMS interface. They are provided for information only and their syntax should not be used as a basis to build an Ada interface for any other DBMS.
DATE VERSION AUTHOR HISTORY Jan. 1986 1.0 Logica Initial Release
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