What is the difference between MySQL and SQL?
- Mysql is available free because it is open source, but SQL is not an open source.
- Mysql offers updateable views, but SQL offers indexed views which are more powerful.
- Mysql does not support XML, but SQL supports XML.
- Mysql not supported Auto tuning but SQL can.
- Mysql did not support User-defined functions, but SQL supported.
- Mysql support Transaction is very much limited but SQL support extensively and entirely offered.
- Mysql not offered Stored procedures and full joins but offered in SQL.
- Mysql does not support Cursor feature but is there in SQL.
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