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SQL wise what's the main difference between DB2 and SQL server ?  RSS feed

 
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If you use standard SQL, none. If you use database specific extensions, there are differences in syntax. They are pretty minor. The one that I encounter most frequently across database is different syntax for paging.

And if you are writing stored procedures, there are lots of differences.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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