SQL/JRT

Java stored procedureSQL Routines and Types Using the Java Programming Language
SQL/JRT, or SQL Routines and Types for the Java Programming Language, is an extension to the SQL standard first published as ISO/IEC 9075-13:2002 (part 13 of SQL:1999).wikipedia
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Structured Query LanguageSQL databaseSQL Databases
SQL/JRT, or SQL Routines and Types for the Java Programming Language, is an extension to the SQL standard first published as ISO/IEC 9075-13:2002 (part 13 of SQL:1999).
The SQL standard defines SQL/JRT extensions (SQL Routines and Types for the Java Programming Language) to support Java code in SQL databases.

SQL:1999

ANSI SQL 99ANSI-99SQL 3
SQL/JRT, or SQL Routines and Types for the Java Programming Language, is an extension to the SQL standard first published as ISO/IEC 9075-13:2002 (part 13 of SQL:1999).

Structured type

structured user-defined type
SQL/JRT also calls for the ability to use Java classes as SQL structured user-defined types.
These can be defined either in plain SQL with but also in Java via SQL/JRT.

Stored procedure

stored proceduresproceduresdatabase procedures
SQL/JRT specifies the ability to invoke static Java methods as routines from within SQL applications, commonly referred to as "Java stored procedures".
A standard specification for Java stored procedures exists as well as SQL/JRT.

SQLJ

The two parts of the extension originate from the earlier ANSI SQLJ part 1 and 2 standards (not to be confused with SQLJ part 0, which defined an embedding of SQL into Java, later standardized by ISO as SQL/OLB.)
Parts 1 and 2 are the basis for part 13 of the SQL standard, SQL Routines and Types Using the Java Programming Language (SQL/JRT).

International Organization for Standardization

ISOISO standardInternational Organisation for Standardisation
SQL/JRT, or SQL Routines and Types for the Java Programming Language, is an extension to the SQL standard first published as ISO/IEC 9075-13:2002 (part 13 of SQL:1999).

Java (programming language)

JavaJava programming languageJava language
SQL/JRT specifies the ability to invoke static Java methods as routines from within SQL applications, commonly referred to as "Java stored procedures".

American National Standards Institute

ANSIAmerican Standards AssociationAmerican National Standard
The two parts of the extension originate from the earlier ANSI SQLJ part 1 and 2 standards (not to be confused with SQLJ part 0, which defined an embedding of SQL into Java, later standardized by ISO as SQL/OLB.)

SQL/OLB

Object Language Bindings (SQL/OLB)SQL Object Language Bindings
The two parts of the extension originate from the earlier ANSI SQLJ part 1 and 2 standards (not to be confused with SQLJ part 0, which defined an embedding of SQL into Java, later standardized by ISO as SQL/OLB.)

Oracle Database

OracleOracle RDBMSOracle 10g
Java stored procedures have also been implemented in Oracle's JServer (or Aurora JVM), which was introduced in the Oracle Database version 8i in 1999; it is now called Oracle JVM.

IBM Db2 Family

DB2IBM DB2pureQuery
IBM DB2 also supported Java stored procedures since about 1998, although using an external JVM (at that time).

SQL:2003

SQLSQL standard2003 version of SQL
*SQL:2003

SQL/PSM

Persistent Stored Modules
The other is Java, via SQL/JRT.

VoltDB

VoltDB is a NewSQL relational database that supports SQL access from within pre-compiled Java stored procedures.

Java Database Connectivity

JDBCJava Data Base ConnectivityJava Database Connectivity (JDBC)
It is used for Java stored procedures.