SQL : the complete reference by James R Groff; Paul N Weinberg

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Such changes often disrupted existing applications, adding to the support burden. Companies developed strategies to deal with these issues, but by the late 1990s, there was growing concern about the manageability of client/server applications on large, distributed PC networks. Multitier Architecture With the emergence of the Internet and especially the World Wide Web, network database architecture took another step in its evolution. At first, the Web was used to access (browse) static documents and evolved outside of the database world.

A database management system, or DBMS, helped computer users to organize and structure their data and allowed the computer system to play a more active role in managing the data. Although database management systems were first developed on large mainframe systems, their popularity quickly spread to minicomputers, and then to personal computers and workstations. Today, many database management systems operate on specialized server computers. Database management has also played a key role in the explosion of computer networking and the Internet.

The resulting SQL Access Group specification for Remote Database Access (RDA) was published in 1991. Unfortunately, the RDA specification was closely tied to the OSI protocols, which were never widely implemented, so it had little impact. Transparent interoperability among different vendors’ databases remains an elusive goal. A second standard from the SQL Access Group had far more market impact. At Microsoft’s urging and insistence, the SQL Access Group expanded its focus to include a call-level interface for SQL.

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