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Which compiler should I use in SQL?
ASKED: February 4, 2013  4:12 PM
UPDATED: February 4, 2013  4:41 PM

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What RDBMS are you working with? If you are using MS SQL Server then you should be using SSMS, if you are connecting to Oracle then you can use Toad, SQL Deveolper (Free), if you are using MySQL then you can use the web interface tools that are provided. So it really depends on what RDBMS you are connecting to since all RDBMS have tools that are meant to be used with them.

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  • CharlieBrowne
    Thanks for coming to ITKE.You should not need a compiler for SQL.Can you give us more information as to what you are trying to do and the exact problems you are having?
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  • TomLiotta
    Generally, you "compile" SQL using SQL as the compiler. Your question isn't quite clear. Tables, views, procedures and similar SQL objects might be "compiled" when they're created, and the SQL system itself does the work that might be any compilation. If that's not what you're asking about, more explanation of your question is probably needed. -- Tom
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