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The Use of SQL and Second Generation Database Management Systems for Data Processing and Information Retrieval in Libraries
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Information Technology and Libraries Volume 8, Number 4, ISSN 0730-9295

Abstract

Describes Structured Query Language (SQL), the result of an American National Standards Institute effort to standardize language used to query computer databases and a common element in second generation database management systems. The discussion covers implementations of SQL, associated products, and techniques for its use in online catalogs, circulation systems, and other library applications. (17 references) (CLB)

Citation

Leigh, W. & Paz, N. (1989). The Use of SQL and Second Generation Database Management Systems for Data Processing and Information Retrieval in Libraries. Information Technology and Libraries, 8(4), 400. Retrieved January 27, 2023 from .

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