Transitioning Temporal Support in TSQL2 to SQL3

@inproceedings{Snodgrass1997TransitioningTS,
  title={Transitioning Temporal Support in TSQL2 to SQL3},
  author={Richard T. Snodgrass and Michael H. B{\"o}hlen and Christian S. Jensen and Andreas Steiner},
  booktitle={Temporal Databases, Dagstuhl},
  year={1997}
}
This document summarizes the proposals before the SQL3 committees to allow the addition of tables with valid-time and transactiontime support into SQL/Temporal, and explains how to use these facilities to migrate smoothly from a conventional relational system to one encompassing temporal support. Initially, important requirements to a tdiscussed. The proposal then describes the language additions necessary emporal system that may facilitate such a transition are motivated and to add valid-time… CONTINUE READING

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