Appendix F. Glossary
Another name or term for a table or column.
American National Standards Institute.
A set of menus, forms, reports, and code that performs a business function using a database.
An area in memory for editing or execution of SQL.
- Cartesian product
The result of not joining tables in the WHERE clause of an SQL statement. When tables in a query are not joined, every row in one table is paired with every row in all other tables.
The client is typically a PC, but can be another server that is dependent on another computer for data, services, or processing.
A part of a table that has a name and a specific data type.
Makes changes to data permanent.
- composite index