[odc-discuss] odbl, database schemas and stored procedures
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Wed Apr 20 14:36:25 UTC 2011
On 20 April 2011 15:30, Marco Milanesi <marco.milanesi at eucentre.it> wrote:
> hi all!
> are stored procedures inside a db covered by odbl or we have to use
> some other license? because stored procedures can be considered a "sql
I doubt very much that they are. ODBL's definition is:
“Database” – A collection of material (the Contents) arranged in a
systematic or methodical way and individually accessible by electronic or
other means offered under the terms of this License.
And stored procedures aren't (unless you have a collection of them of course
- which is a completely different question).
I doubt they fall within the database right either, which excludes computer
programs "used in the making or operation of a database".
> For instance, imagine a schema and specific logic (stored procedure
> *FUNCTION*) added to the schema (in a separate file).
> i.e. to simplify things:
> How should I treat this piece of "sql code" (functions.sql)?
As a computer program.
> Is it different if functions.sql it very tight to the db or if I have a
> generic "procedure" inside functions.sql?
> These are my doubts :)
I don't think the degree of proximity matters. They seem straightforward
computer programs to me.
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