|Subject||Re: [IB-Architect] RE: Classic vs. superserver (long, very very long)|
> It's squeeky clean -- no precedence, no ESP, nothing but nestedThanks,
> The mapping from BLR to the execution tree is straightforward.
> But since BLR was originally designed to support SQL semantics,
> and the execution tree designed to support BLR semantics, generating
> execute tree directly from the SQL compiler should be piece of
> And, yes, new SQL features could be implemented without extending
> BLR. BLR would become, has dubya would say, irrelevant. It
> just wouldn't bomb Iraq.
> Jim Starkey