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DatabaseLink SQL Operations   (DatabaseLink Guide)
DatabaseLink is a toolkit for working with SQL databases built into Mathematica. It provides an industrial-strength, ready-made solution for integrating Mathematica with any ...
Dropping Tables with Raw SQL   (DatabaseLink Tutorial)
The raw SQL command DROP TABLE drops tables from a database. An alternative is to use the Mathematica command SQLDropTable, described in "Dropping Tables". If you find that ...
Deleting Data with Raw SQL   (DatabaseLink Tutorial)
The raw SQL command DELETE deletes data from a database. An alternative is to use the Mathematica command SQLDelete, described in "Deleting Data". If you find that the ...
Updating Data with Raw SQL   (DatabaseLink Tutorial)
The raw SQL command UPDATE updates data in a database. An alternative is to use the Mathematica command SQLUpdate, described in "Updating Data". If you find that the examples ...
Inserting Data with Raw SQL   (DatabaseLink Tutorial)
The SQL command INSERT inserts data into a database. An alternative is to use the Mathematica command SQLInsert, as described in "Inserting Data". If you find that the ...
Creating Tables with Raw SQL   (DatabaseLink Tutorial)
The raw SQL command CREATE TABLE creates tables in a database. An alternative is to use the Mathematica command SQLCreateTable, described in "Creating Tables". If you find ...
Selecting Data with Raw SQL   (DatabaseLink Tutorial)
The raw SQL command SELECT selects and returns data from a database. An alternative is to use the Mathematica command SQLSelect, described in "Selecting Data". If you find ...
Database Connectivity   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica has a built-in high-level interface to all standard SQL databases that allows immediate searching, reading, and writing of arbitrary data and expressions, as well ...
DatabaseLink provides two styles of commands for working with data: one for those who are familiar with Mathematica and the other for those who are familiar with SQL. ...
Mathematica can export tables of numerical and textual data to all common database file formats. It can also import from database formats to give Mathematica arrays and ...
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