If you are interested in learning about Pervasive SQL, this is the site. Our online tutorial provides a basic introduction to Pervasive SQL. It covers thecreate, import, retrieve, order, update, delete, insert, and join commands.
This tutorial is on Pervasive SQL, also known as Scalable SQL,version 3.01 by Btrieve Technologies, Inc. It was developed for users of Solomon IV version 2.0x; however, anyone using ScalableSQL will find it useful. You will need a copy of Scalable SQL tocomplete the exercises.
SQL -- pronounced
-- stands for Structured QueryLanguage. It is the language used to access Scalable SQL for Windows data. With SQL, you can query your database in a varietyof ways, using English-like statements.
A table is a set of columns and rows. Each column is referred to asa field. Each value in a field represents a single type of data. For example, a table might have three fields: name, city, and state. Thetable will consist of three columns: one for name, one for city, andone for state. For every row in the table, the name field containsthe name, the city field contains the city, and the state fieldcontains the state.
Scalable SQL for Windows
Scalable SQL for Windows contains tables used to store, retrieve,and modify data. As you enter data into Solomon IV, it is stored inScalable SQL tables. You can retrieve, add to, and modify that data by using Scalable SQL for Windows.