Object Query Language
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Object Query Language (OQL) is a query language standard for object-oriented databases modeled after SQL. OQL was developed by the Object Data Management Group (ODMG). Because of its overall complexity nobody has ever fully implemented the complete OQL. OQL has influenced the design of some of the newer query languages like JDOQL and EJB QL, but they can't be considered as different flavors of OQL.
The following rules apply to OQL statements:
- All complete statements must be terminated by a semi-colon.
- A list of entries in OQL is usually separated by commas but not terminated by a comma(,).
- Strings of text are enclosed by matching quotation marks.
SELECT pc.cpuspeed FROM PCs pc WHERE pc.ram > 64;
Query with grouping and aggregation
SELECT manufacturer, AVG(SELECT part.pc.ram FROM partition part) FROM PCs pc GROUP BY manufacturer: pc.manufacturer;
Note the use of the keyword
partition, as opposed to aggregation in traditional SQL.
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