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This paper describes, in general terms, distributed database and its relationship to Systems Application Architecture (SAA). It shows the importance to effective distribution of IBM's Structured Query Language (SQL), the database element of the Systems Application Architecture Common Programming Interface (SAA CPI). The paper defines five levels of distribution, showing how each fits real-world application requirements. Finally, it outlines the magnitude of the task.
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