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GeneralRe: Bless SQL Pin
honey the codewitch1-Nov-21 7:02
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Greg Utas31-Oct-21 15:36
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honey the codewitch31-Oct-21 16:31
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honey the codewitch31-Oct-21 16:33
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NeverJustHere31-Oct-21 16:42
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It's a shame you're targeting MS SQL, it is weak in many areas compared to other SQL offerings. Postgres supports regex natively, as well as having a bunch more capability with string manipulation functions.

Is there an option for you to use .Net assemblies in MS SQL, or perhaps the R or Python environments? It seems MS is ignoring extending the base SQL capability, but offering these extensions.

Regardless, kudos for the tenacity required to do what your doing.

How are you finding the performance of the regex proc's in SQL?

Also, remember SQL is designed way back, before syntax highlighting/intellisense and many other modern expectations that would influence its design were around.

It's time to create SQLNext, and I've seen the odd concept put forward, but it would be really hard to shift the masses now.

Perhaps it'd best be done with a translation from SQLNext to the various SQL variants.

But ideally would have to exist closer to the database than the client application and eventually become a native database feature. Unfortunately, would be easiest to place in the client application - I'd hate to get into any DB Driver level stuff. Remember ODBC - yuck.
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