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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.
 
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