Category:SQL PL

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Execution method: Interpreted
Parameter passing methods: By reference, By value
Type safety: Safe
Type strength: Strong
Type compatibility: Nominative
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Listed below are all of the tasks on Rosetta Code which have been solved using SQL PL.
SQL PL is an implementation of SQL. Other implementations of SQL.

SQL PL is the procedural language written by IBM for its set of databases called Db2. There are different types of Db2, each for a different platform (The names had changed[1][2][3]):

  • Db2 LUW - For Linux, UNIX and Windows.
  • Db2 for i - For the mainframes previously called AS/400.
  • Db2 for z - For z/OS mainframes.

The differences between these three implementations are described here:

Previosly, Db2 was called DB2 UDB for Universal Database.

See also


  1. Db2: A Small but Significant Change [1]
  2. IBM’s June Announcements About DB2 [2]
  3. Revised naming for IBM Db2 family products [3]