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Re: Re[6]: SQL5

  • From: Richard Salz <rsalz@u...>
  • To: Dmitry Turin <sql4-en@n...>
  • Date: Wed, 10 Oct 2007 08:56:50 -0400

Re: Re[6]:  SQL5
> RS> there is some fundamental flaw that makes a "fast" 
> implementation impossible
> What flaw ?

I did not say there was a flaw.  I said your design might have a flaw that 
can only be found during implementation.

> Different people, different view.

Well, if you don't like the answers don't ask for advice. :)  Many people 
with years of experience in the industry (Jim, Len, etc) have read your 
postings and given thoughtful, helpful answers.  Your responses have been 
argumentative and stubborn.  I don't think you've actually TAKEN a single 
bit of the advice you've asked for.  Given that, I do not think they will 
continue to be as helpful.

Good luck with your effort to standardize your one-person, 
confusingly-named, unimplemented language that competes with others with 
complete industry acceptance.


STSM, DataPower Chief Programmer
WebSphere DataPower SOA Appliances

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