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Subject: RE: FLASH: SQL/ASP?
From: Joseph Scully
Date: Tue, 29 Feb 2000 20:28:07 GMT


It's not "Search and Query Language" and it's not "Standard Query

It's "Structured Query Language"

God knows I'm hopeless enough at using it!!


-----Original Message-----
From: Stefaniw, Ted [STEFATEatmail [dot] northgrum [dot] com (mailto:STEFATEatmail [dot] northgrum [dot] com)]
Sent: Monday, February 28, 2000 12:18 PM
To: flasheratchinwag [dot] com
Subject: RE: FLASH: SQL/ASP?

Jeff - As far as I know Jeff SQL (Standard Query Language) has been
around a long time , and is used for many platforms not just unix based
systems. I started using it in '93 within Oracle on a Unix based system, it
is used widely in Microsoft applications such as Access and you can even do
sql queries within excel. But I would have to say it is one of the most
widely used languages dor data base queries.

> I am reading questions that seem to equate SQL and ASP. Is SQL one form>
of ASP?
> I thought ASP was a WIN NT only dynamic database query and page
> generating system.
> I thought SQL was for Unix...
> Can someone enlighten me?
> Thanks
> Jeff
Ted Stefaniw - stefateatmail [dot] northgrum [dot] com
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