Simon Riggs wrote:
> If you are saying "we should not support the SQL standard with regard
> to the new reserved words added in SQL:2003", I would understand, but
> not agree.

Conformance to the SQL standard is defined such that statements that are 
specified in the standard should work precisely as specified in the 
standard.  It does *not* mean that statements that are not defined in 
the standard should fail to work.  Therefore, adding more reserved key 
words than necessary does not achieve anything in terms of SQL 

Peter Eisentraut

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