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SQL Access: an implementation of the ISO Remote Database Access Standard

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8 Author(s)
D. Arnold ; Teradata, El Segundo, CA, USA ; P. Cannata ; L. A. Glasson ; G. Hallmark
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As an enterprise begins tying heterogeneous systems into a single information system, it encounters the difficult task of interfacing different platforms running different operating systems, network protocols, and data management systems. Bringing all these elements together into a coherent information resource can require substantial effort and might result in a system that needs the interfaces reworked every time a new platform or product is introduced into the system. To address these issues, the International Organization for Standardization has drafted the Remote Database Access Standard to provide a protocol that can be universally accepted, implemented, and validated, and thereby provide users with a single, well-defined interface for heterogeneous environments. Based on a client-server architecture, RDA uses well-defined Open Systems Interconnect services as the basis for the RDA services.<>

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Computer  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 12 )