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Optional SQL Feature Summary

The following table lists all optional features included in the SQL standard, from SQL-99 to SQL-2011.

It also indicates which features that are currently supported by Mimer SQL.


Feature     Feature Name Mimer SQL SQL–99 SQL–2003 SQL–2008 SQL–2011
B011 Embedded Ada NOTE-1)  
B012 Embedded C NOTE-1)
B013 Embedded COBOL NOTE-1) NOTE-2)
B014 Embedded Fortran NOTE-1) NOTE-2)
B015 Embedded MUMPS NOTE-1)  
B016 Embedded Pascal NOTE-1)  
B017 Embedded PL/I NOTE-1)  
B021 Direct SQL  
B031 Basic dynamic SQL  
B032 Extended dynamic SQL  
B032–01 <describe input statement>  
B033 Untyped SQL-invoked function arguments  
B034 Dynamic specification of cursor attributes    
B035 Non-extended descriptor names      
B041 Extensions to embedded SQL exception declarations    
B051 Enhanced execution rights    
B111 Module language Ada NOTE-1)    
B112 Module language C NOTE-1)    
B113 Module language COBOL NOTE-1)    
B114 Module language Fortran NOTE-1)    
B115 Module language MUMPS NOTE-1)    
B116 Module language Pascal NOTE-1)    
B117 Module language PL/I NOTE-1)    
B121 Routine language Ada    
B122 Routine language C    
B123 Routine language COBOL    
B124 Routine language Fortran    
B125 Routine language MUMPS    
B126 Routine language Pascal    
B127 Routine language PL⁄I    
B128 Routine language SQL    
B211 Module language Ada: VARCHAR and NUMERIC support        
B221 Routine language Ada: VARCHAR and NUMERIC support        
F032 CASCADE drop behavior
F033 ALTER TABLE statement: DROP COLUMN clause
F034 Extended REVOKE statement  
F034–01 REVOKE statement performed by other than the owner of a schema object  
F034–02 REVOKE statement: GRANT OPTION FOR clause
F034–03 REVOKE statement to revoke a privilege that the grantee has WITH GRANT OPTION
F052 Intervals and datetime arithmetic
F053 OVERLAPS predicate  
F054 TIMESTAMP in DATE type precedence list        
F111 Isolation levels other than SERIALIZABLE
F111–01 READ UNCOMMITTED isolation level
F111–02 READ COMMITTED isolation level
F111–03 REPEATABLE READ isolation level
F121 Basic diagnostics management
F121–01 GET DIAGNOSTICS statement
F121–02 SET DIAGNOSTICS statement: DIAGNOSTICS SIZE clause
F122 Enhanced diagnostics management    
F123 All diagnostics      
F171 Multiple schemas per user
F191 Referential delete actions
F200 TRUNCATE TABLE statement      
F202 TRUNCATE TABLE: identity column restart option        
F222 INSERT statement: DEFAULT VALUES clause
F231 Privilege tables
F231–01 TABLE_PRIVILEGES view
F231–02 COLUMN_PRIVILEGES view
F231–03 USAGE_PRIVILEGES view
F251 Domain support
F262 Extended CASE expression    
F263 Comma-separated predicates in simple CASE expression      
F271 Compound character literals
F281 LIKE enhancements
F291 UNIQUE predicate  
F301 CORRESPONDING in query expressions  
F302 INTERSECT table operator NOTE-3)
F302–01 INTERSECT DISTINCT table operator NOTE-3)
F302–02 INTERSECT ALL table operator NOTE-3)
F304 EXCEPT ALL table operator NOTE-3)
F312 MERGE statement    
F313 Enhanced MERGE statement      
F321 User authorization  
F341 Usage tables
F361 Subprogram support
F381 Extended schema manipulation
F381–01 ALTER TABLE statement: ALTER COLUMN clause
F381–02 ALTER TABLE statement: ADD CONSTRAINT clause
F381–03 ALTER TABLE statement: DROP CONSTRAINT clause
F382 Alter column data type    
F383 Set column not null clause        
F384 Drop identity property clause        
F385 Drop column generation expression clause        
F386 Set identity column generation clause        
F391 Long identifiers
F392 Unicode escapes in identifiers    
F393 Unicode escapes in literals  
F394 Optional normal form specification      
F401 Extended joined table  
F401–01 NATURAL JOIN
F401–02 FULL OUTER JOIN  
F401–03 UNION JOIN        
F401–04 CROSS JOIN NOTE-3)
F402 Named column joins for LOBs, arrays, and multisets    
F403 Partitioned join tables      
F411 Time zone specification  
F421 National character
F431 Read-only scrollable cursors
F431–01 FETCH with explicit NEXT
F431–02 FETCH FIRST
F431–03 FETCH LAST
F431–04 FETCH PRIOR
F431–05 FETCH ABSOLUTE
F431–06 FETCH RELATIVE
F441 Extended set function support
F442 Mixed column references in set functions  
F451 Character set definition  
F461 Named character sets  
F491 Constraint management
F492 Optional table constraint enforcement        
F502 Enhanced documentation tables  
F502–01 SQL_SIZING_PROFILES view  
F502–02 SQL_IMPLEMENTATION_INFO view  
F502–03 SQL_PACKAGES view  
F511 BIT data type        
F521 Assertions  
F531 Temporary tables  
F555 Enhanced seconds precision
F561 Full value expressions
F571 Truth value tests NOTE-3)
F591 Derived tables NOTE-3)
F611 Indicator data types  
F641 Row and table constructors  
F651 Catalog name qualifiers  
F661 Simple tables  
F671 Subqueries in CHECK constraints  
F672 Retrospective check constraints    
F690 Collation support    
F691 Collation and translation      
F692 Enhanced collation support  
F693 SQL-session and client module collations    
F695 Translation support    
F696 Additional translation documentation        
F701 Referential update actions  
F711 ALTER domain  
F721 Deferrable constraints  
F731 INSERT column privileges
F741 Referential MATCH types  
F751 View CHECK enhancements  
F761 Session management  
F762 CURRENT_CATALOG      
F763 CURRENT_SCHEMA      
F771 Connection management
F781 Self-referencing operations
F791 Insensitive cursors  
F801 Full set function  
F813 Extended flagging NOTE-4)  
F821 Local table references  
F831 Full cursor update  
F831–01 Updateable scrollable cursors  
F831–02 Updateable ordered cursors  
F841 LIKE_REGEX predicate      
F842 OCCURRENCES_REGEX predicate      
F843 POSITION_REGEX predicate      
F844 SUBSTRING_REGEX      
F845 TRANSLATE_REGEX      
F846 Octet support in regular expression operators      
F847 Nonconstant regular expressions      
F850 Top-level <order by clause> in <query expression>    
F851 <order by clause> in subqueries NOTE-3)    
F852 Top-level <order by clause> in views    
F855 Nested <order by clause> in <query expression> NOTE-3)    
F856 Nested <fetch first clause> in <query expression> NOTE-3)    
F857 Top-level <fetch first clause> in <query expression>    
F858 <fetch first clause> in subqueries NOTE-3)    
F859 Top-level <fetch first clause> in views      
F860 Dynamic <fetch first row count> in <fetch first clause>        
F861 Top-level <result offset clause> in <query expression>      
F862 <result offset clause> in subqueries NOTE-3)      
F863 Nested <result offset clause> in <query expression>        
F864 Top-level <result offset clause> in views      
F865 Dynamic <offset row count> in <result offset clause> NOTE-3)      
F866 FETCH FIRST clause: PERCENT option        
F867 FETCH FIRST clause: WITH TIES option        
P001 Stored modules  
P002 Computational completeness  
P003 Information Schema views  
P004 Extended CASE statement    
P005 Qualified SQL variable references  
P006 Multiple assignment  
P007 Enhanced diagnostics management      
P008 Comma-separated predicates in simple CASE statement      
S023 Basic structured types NOTE-5)
S024 Enhanced structured types  
S025 Final structured types    
S026 Self-referencing structured types    
S027 Create method by specific method name  
S028 Permutable UDT options list  
S041 Basic reference types  
S043 Enhanced reference types  
S051 Create table of type  
S071 SQL paths in function and type name resolution
S081 Subtables  
S091 Basic array support  
S091–01 Arrays of built-in data type  
S091–02 Arrays of distinct types  
S091–03 Array expressions  
S092 Arrays of user-defined types  
S094 Arrays of reference types  
S095 Array constructors by query    
S096 Optional array bounds    
S097 Array element assignment    
S098 ARRAY_AGG      
S111 ONLY in query expressions  
S151 Type predicate  
S161 Subtype treatment  
S162 Subtype treatment for references    
S201 SQL-invoked routines on arrays  
S201–01 Array parameters  
S201–02 Array as result type of functions  
S202 SQL-invoked routines on multisets    
S211 User-defined cast functions  
S231 Structured type locators  
S232 Array locators  
S233 Multiset locators    
S241 Transform functions  
S242 Alter transform statement    
S251 User-defined orderings  
S261 Specific type method  
S271 Basic multiset support    
S272 Multisets of user-defined types    
S274 Multisets of reference types    
S275 Advanced multiset support    
S281 Nested collection types    
S291 Unique constraint on entire row    
S301 Enhanced UNNEST      
S401 Distinct types based on array types        
S402 Distinct types based on distinct types        
S403 ARRAY_MAX_CARDINALITY        
S404 TRIM_ARRAY        
T011 Timestamp in Information Schema  
T021 BINARY and VARBINARY data types    
T022 Advanced support for BINARY and VARBINARY data types      
T023 Compound binary literals      
T024 Spaces in binary literals      
T031 BOOLEAN data type
T041 Basic LOB data type support  
T041–01 BLOB data type
T041–02 CLOB data type
T041–03 POSITION, LENGTH, LOWER, TRIM, UPPER, and SUBSTRING functions for LOB data types  
T041–04 Concatenation of LOB data types  
T041–05 LOB locator: non-holdable  
T042 Extended LOB data type support  
T043 Multiplier T      
T044 Multiplier P      
T051 Row types  
T052 MAX and MIN for row types        
T053 Explicit aliases for all-fields reference    
T061 UCS support    
T071 BIGINT data type  
T101 Enhanced nullability determination      
T111 Updatable joins, unions, and columns  
T121 WITH (excluding RECURSIVE) in query expression  
T122 WITH (excluding RECURSIVE) in subquery    
T131 Recursive query  
T132 Recursive query in subquery    
T141 SIMILAR predicate  
T151 DISTINCT predicate  
T152 DISTINCT predicate with negation    
T171 LIKE clause in table definition  
T172 AS subquery clause in table definition    
T173 Extended LIKE clause in table definition    
T174 Identity columns    
T175 Generated columns    
T176 Sequence generator support  
T177 Sequence generator support: simple restart option        
T178 Identity columns: simple restart option        
T180 System-versioned tables        
T181 Application-time period tables        
T191 Referential action RESTRICT    
T201 Comparable data types for referential constraints  
T211 Basic trigger capability  
T211–01 Triggers activated on UPDATE, INSERT, or DELETE of one base table
T211–02 BEFORE triggers
T211–03 AFTER triggers
T211–04 FOR EACH ROW triggers  
T211–05 Ability to specify a search condition that shall be True before the trigger is invoked
T211–06 Support for run-time rules for the interaction of triggers and constraints  
T211–07 TRIGGER privilege  
T211–08 Multiple triggers for the same event are executed in the order in which they were created in the catalog
T212 Enhanced trigger capability
T213 INSTEAD OF triggers    
T231 Sensitive cursors  
T241 START TRANSACTION statement
T242 Optional transaction modes in START TRANSACTION          
T251 SET TRANSACTION statement: LOCAL option  
T261 Chained transactions  
T271 Savepoints  
T272 Enhanced savepoint management    
T281 SELECT privilege with column granularity  
T285 Enhanced derived column names    
T301 Functional dependencies  
T312 OVERLAY function  
T323 Explicit security for external routines  
T324 Explicit security for SQL routines    
T325 Qualified SQL parameter references    
T326 Table functions    
T331 Basic roles  
T332 Extended roles  
T341 Overloading of SQL-invoked functions and SQL-invoked procedures      
T351 Bracketed comments  
T401 INSERT into a cursor      
T411 UPDATE statement: SET ROW option        
T431 Extended grouping capabilities (previously "CUBE and ROLLUP operations")  
T432 Nested and concatenated GROUPING SETS    
T433 Multiargument GROUPING function    
T434 GROUP BY DISTINCT    
T441 ABS and MOD functions
T461 Symmetric BETWEEN predicate  
T471 Result sets return value  
T472 DESCRIBE CURSOR        
T491 LATERAL derived table  
T495 Combined data change and retrieval        
T501 Enhanced EXISTS predicate
T502 Period predicates        
T511 Transaction counts  
T521 Named arguments in CALL statement        
T522 Default values for IN parameters of SQL-invokes procedures        
T541 Updatable table references        
T551 Optional key words for default syntax
T561 Holdable locators  
T571 Array-returning external SQL-invoked functions  
T572 Multiset-returning external SQL-invoked functions    
T581 Regular expression substring function  
T591 UNIQUE constraints of possibly null columns
T601 Local cursor references  
T611 Elementary OLAP operations    
T612 Advanced OLAP operations    
T613 Sampling    
T614 NTILE function        
T615 LEAD and LAG functions        
T616 Null treatment option for LEAD and LAG functions        
T617 FIRST_VALUE and LAST_VALUE functions        
T618 NTH_VALUE function        
T619 Nested window functions        
T620 WINDOW clause: GROUPS option        
T621 Enhanced numeric functions    
T631 IN predicate with one list element        
T641 Multiple column assignment    
T651 SQL-schema statements in SQL routines    
T652 SQL-dynamic statements in SQL routines    
T653 SQL-schema statements in external routines    
T654 SQL-dynamic statements in external routines    
T655 Cyclically dependent routines    
V001 Mimer SQL extension

NOTE-1) A conforming SQL-implementation is required to support at least one embedded language or to support the SQL-client module binding for at least one host language.


NOTE-2) Only on specific platforms.


NOTE-3) This feature is only supported in the Mimer SQL Experience database server. For details on the differences between the Engine and Experience database servers, please see the article News in Mimer SQL version 10.1.


NOTE-4) With "level of flagging" specified to be Core SQL Flagging and "extent of checking" specified to be Catalog Lookup.


NOTE-5) This feature is only supported in the Mimer SQL Engine database server. For details on the differences between the Engine and Experience database servers, please see the article News in Mimer SQL version 10.1.

 

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