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MySQL Restrictions and Limitations  /  MySQL Differences from Standard SQL

Chapter 10 MySQL Differences from Standard SQL

We try to make MySQL Server follow the ANSI SQL standard and the ODBC SQL standard, but MySQL Server performs operations differently in some cases:

  • There are several differences between the MySQL and standard SQL privilege systems. For example, in MySQL, privileges for a table are not automatically revoked when you delete a table. You must explicitly issue a REVOKE statement to revoke privileges for a table. For more information, see REVOKE Syntax.

  • The CAST() function does not support cast to REAL or BIGINT. See Cast Functions and Operators.

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