IBM® Informix® 12.10

Designing and Implementing a Database

These topics provide information to help you design, implement, and manage your IBM® Informix® databases. It includes data models that illustrate different approaches to database design and shows you how to use structured query language (SQL) to implement and manage your databases.

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This publication is one of several publications that contain information about the IBM Informix implementation of SQL. The IBM Informix Guide to SQL: Tutorial shows how to use basic and advanced SQL and Stored Procedure Language (SPL) routines to access and manipulate the data in your databases. The IBM Informix Guide to SQL: Syntax contains all the syntax descriptions for SQL and SPL. The IBM Informix Guide to SQL: Reference provides reference information for aspects of SQL other than the language statements.

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timestamp Release date: March 2014