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Full outer joins Full outer joins are now supported. In addition, the keyword OUTER is now optional for right, left, and full outer joins.
For more information, see Outer joins.
CASE statements The ANSI standard allows two forms of CASE statements. Adaptive Server Anywhere 8.0 supports both syntaxes.
For more information, see CASE statement.
WAITFOR statement This statement delays processing for the current connection for a specified amount of time or until a given time.
For more information, see WAITFOR statement.
RAISERROR statement allows connections to be disallowed This statement can now be used to disallow or limit connections.
For more information, see RAISERROR statement.
Timezone adjustment To permit easier coordination of date/time values across time zones, the following new features have been added:
CURRENT UTC TIMESTAMP Adjusts the time zone value by the server's time zone adjustment value.
DEFAULT UTC TIMESTAMP Specifies a default value for INSERTs and sets updated columns to the value.
TimeZoneAdjustment property returns the number of minutes that must be added to the Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) to display the new local time.
time_zone_adjustment option Allows a connection's time zone adjustment to be modified.
New collation functions The SORTKEY function generates values that can be used to sort character data. SORTKEY allows you to perform sorting beyond the default behavior of Adaptive Server Anywhere collation.
The COMPARE function allows you to directly compare two character strings based on alternate collation rules.
For more information, see SORTKEY function [String] and COMPARE function [String].
ERRORMSG function The new SQL function ERRORMSG can be used to obtain error messages.
For more information, see ERRORMSG function [Miscellaneous].
Data type conversion functions The ISDATE and ISNUMERIC functions test if a string can be converted to a date or number, respectively.
For more information, see ISDATE function [Data type conversion] and ISNUMERIC function [Miscellaneous].
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