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Subject [10/22] incubator-trafodion git commit: Prepared documents for TLP and centralized shared information.
Date Thu, 05 May 2016 23:39:41 GMT
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@@ -20,14 +20,14 @@
 * under the License.
 *
 * @@@ END COPYRIGHT @@@
-  */
+*/
 ////
 
 [[sql_functions_and_expressions]]
 = SQL Functions and Expressions
 
 This section describes the syntax and semantics of specific functions
-and expressions that you can use in Trafodion SQL statements. The
+and expressions that you can use in {project-name} SQL statements. The
 functions and expressions are categorized according to their
 functionality.
 
@@ -354,7 +354,7 @@ See the individual entry for the function.
 == ABS Function
 
 The ABS function returns the absolute value of a numeric value
-expression. ABS is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+expression. ABS is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 ABS (numeric-expression)
@@ -384,7 +384,7 @@ ABS (-20 + 12)
 The ACOS function returns the arccosine of a numeric value expression as
 an angle expressed in radians.
 
-ACOS is a Trafodion SQL extension. 
+ACOS is a {project-name} SQL extension. 
 
 ```
 ACOS (numeric-expression)
@@ -418,7 +418,7 @@ ACOS (COS (0.3491))
 === ADD_MONTHS Function
 
 The ADD_MONTHS function adds the integer number of months specified by
-_int_expr_ to _datetime_expr_ and normalizes the result. ADD_MONTHS is a Trafodion SQL
+_int_expr_ to _datetime_expr_ and normalizes the result. ADD_MONTHS is a {project-name} SQL
 extension.
 
 ```
@@ -484,7 +484,7 @@ The ASCII function returns the integer that is the ASCII code of the
 first character in a character string expression associated with either
 the ISO8891 character set or the UTF8 character set.
 
-ASCII is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+ASCII is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 ASCII (character-expression) 
@@ -499,7 +499,7 @@ characters. See <<character_value_expressions,Character Value Expressions>>.
 === Considerations For ASCII
 
 For a string expression in the UTF8 character set, if the value of the
-first byte in the string is greater than 127, Trafodion SQL returns this
+first byte in the string is greater than 127, {project-name} SQL returns this
 error message:
 
 ```
@@ -533,7 +533,7 @@ SALESREP                83
 The ASIN function returns the arcsine of a numeric value expression as
 an angle expressed in radians.
 
-ASIN is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+ASIN is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 ASIN (numeric-expression)
@@ -549,7 +549,7 @@ from -1 to +1. See <<numeric_value_expressions,Numeric Value Expressions>>.
 === Considerations for ASCII
 
 For a string expression in the UTF8 character set, if the value of the
-first byte in the string is greater than 127, Trafodion SQL returns this
+first byte in the string is greater than 127, {project-name} SQL returns this
 error message:
 
 ```
@@ -583,7 +583,7 @@ SALESREP                83
 The ASIN function returns the arcsine of a numeric value expression as
 an angle expressed in radians.
 
-ASIN is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+ASIN is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 ASIN (numeric-expression)
@@ -619,7 +619,7 @@ ASIN(SIN(0.3491))
 The ATAN function returns the arctangent of a numeric value expression
 as an angle expressed in radians.
 
-ATAN is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+ATAN is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 ATAN ( numeric-expression )
@@ -655,7 +655,7 @@ The ATAN2 function returns the arctangent of the x and y coordinates,
 specified by two numeric value expressions, as an angle expressed in
 radians.
 
-ATAN2 is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+ATAN2 is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 ATAN2 (numeric-expression-x,numeric-expression-y)
@@ -912,15 +912,15 @@ The following are BITAND restrictions:
 The CASE expression is a conditional expression with two forms: simple
 and searched.
 
-In a simple CASE expression, Trafodion SQL compares a value to a
+In a simple CASE expression, {project-name} SQL compares a value to a
 sequence of values and sets the CASE expression to the value associated
-with the first match &#8212; if a match exists. If no match exists, Trafodion
+with the first match &#8212; if a match exists. If no match exists, {project-name}
 SQL returns the value specified in the ELSE clause (which can be null).
 
-In a searched CASE expression, Trafodion SQL evaluates a sequence of
+In a searched CASE expression, {project-name} SQL evaluates a sequence of
 conditions and sets the CASE expression to the value associated with the
 first condition that is true &#8212; if a true condition exists. If no true
-condition exists, Trafodion SQL returns the value specified in the ELSE
+condition exists, {project-name} SQL returns the value specified in the ELSE
 clause (which can be null).
 
 *Simple CASE is*:
@@ -1161,8 +1161,8 @@ converting to DATE, the contents of the character string must be 10
 characters consisting of the year, a hyphen, the month, another hyphen,
 and the day.
 
-* A date value to a character string or to a TIMESTAMP (Trafodion SQL fills in the time part with 00:00:00.00).
-* A time value to a character string or to a TIMESTAMP (Trafodion SQL fills in the date part with the current date).
+* A date value to a character string or to a TIMESTAMP ({project-name} SQL fills in the time part with 00:00:00.00).
+* A time value to a character string or to a TIMESTAMP ({project-name} SQL fills in the date part with the current date).
 * A timestamp value to a character string, a DATE, a TIME, or another TIMESTAMP with different fractional seconds precision.
 * A year-month interval value to a character string, an exact numeric,
 or to another year-month INTERVAL with a different start field precision.
@@ -1201,7 +1201,7 @@ VALUES (001, 'User JBrook, executed at ' || CAST (CURRENT_TIMESTAMP AS CHAR(26))
 The CEILING function returns the smallest integer, represented as a
 FLOAT data type, greater than or equal to a numeric value expression.
 
-CEILING is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+CEILING is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 CEILING (numeric-expression)
@@ -1230,7 +1230,7 @@ CEILING (2.25)
 The CHAR function returns the character that has the specified code
 value, which must be of exact numeric with scale 0.
 
-CHAR is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+CHAR is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 CHAR(code-value, [,char-set-name])
@@ -1289,9 +1289,9 @@ CHAR[ACTER]_LENGTH (string-value-expression)
 * `_string-value-expression_`
 +
 specifies the string value expression for which to return the length in
-characters. Trafodion SQL returns the result as a two-byte signed
+characters. {project-name} SQL returns the result as a two-byte signed
 integer with a scale of zero. If _string-value-expression_ is null,
-Trafodion SQL returns a length of
+{project-name} SQL returns a length of
 null. See <<character_value_expressions,Character Value Expressions>>.
 
 [[considerations_for_char_length]]
@@ -1300,8 +1300,8 @@ null. See <<character_value_expressions,Character Value Expressions>>.
 [[char_and_varchar_operands]]
 ==== CHAR and VARCHAR Operands
 
-For a column declared as fixed CHAR, Trafodion SQL returns the maximum
-length of that column. For a VARCHAR column, Trafodion SQL returns the
+For a column declared as fixed CHAR, {project-name} SQL returns the maximum
+length of that column. For a VARCHAR column, {project-name} SQL returns the
 actual length of the string stored in that column.
 
 [[examples_of_char_length]]
@@ -1387,7 +1387,7 @@ that is the code point of the first character in a character value
 expression that can be associated with one of the supported character
 sets.
 
-CODE_VALUE is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+CODE_VALUE is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 CODE_VALUE(character-value-expression)
@@ -1420,7 +1420,7 @@ The CONCAT function returns the concatenation of two character value
 expressions as a character string value. You can also use the
 concatenation operator (\|\|).
 
-CONCAT is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+CONCAT is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 CONCAT (character-expr-1, character-expr-2)
@@ -1480,7 +1480,7 @@ a string value of '5 March':
 
 The type assignment of the parameter ?p becomes CHAR(5), the same data
 type as the character literal ' 2002'. Because you assigned a string
-value of more than five characters to ?p, Trafodion SQL returns a
+value of more than five characters to ?p, {project-name} SQL returns a
 truncation warning, and the result of the concatenation is 5 Mar 2002.
 
 To specify the type assignment of the parameter, use the CAST expression
@@ -1516,7 +1516,7 @@ VALUES (002, 'Executed at ' || CAST (CURRENT_TIMESTAMP AS CHAR(26)));
 The CONVERTTOHEX function converts the specified value expression to
 hexadecimal for display purposes.
 
-CONVERTTOHEX is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+CONVERTTOHEX is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 CONVERTTOHEX (expression)
@@ -1615,7 +1615,7 @@ SELECT CONVERTTOHEX(IV1), CONVERTTOHEX(IV2), CONVERTTOHEX(IV3) from IVT;
 The CONVERTTIMESTAMP function converts a Julian timestamp to a value
 with data type TIMESTAMP.
 
-CONVERTTIMESTAMP is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+CONVERTTIMESTAMP is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 CONVERTTIMESTAMP (julian-timestamp)
@@ -1679,7 +1679,7 @@ is the same value, 2008-04-03 21:05:36.143000.
 The COS function returns the cosine of a numeric value expression, where
 the expression is an angle expressed in radians.
 
-COS is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+COS is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 COS (numeric-expression)
@@ -1709,7 +1709,7 @@ COS (0.3491)
 The COSH function returns the hyperbolic cosine of a numeric value
 expression, where the expression is an angle expressed in radians.
 
-COSH is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+COSH is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 COSH (numeric-expression)
@@ -2051,7 +2051,7 @@ in years or months, DATE_ADD normalizes the result. See
 _datetime_expr_ is returned, unless the _interval_expression_ contains
 any time components, then a timestamp is returned.
 
-DATE_ADD is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+DATE_ADD is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 DATE_ADD (datetime-expr, interval-expression)
@@ -2066,7 +2066,7 @@ TIMESTAMP. See <<datetime_value_expressions,Datetime Value Expressions>>.
 +
 is an expression that can be combined in specific ways with addition
 operators. The _interval_expression_ accepts all interval expression
-types that the Trafodion database software considers as valid interval
+types that the {project-name} database software considers as valid interval
 expressions. See <<interval_value_expressions,Interval Value Expressions>>.
 
 <<<
@@ -2110,7 +2110,7 @@ DATE_SUB normalizes the result. See <<standard_normalization,Standard Normalizat
 The type of the _datetime_expr_ is returned, unless the _interval_expression_ contains
 any time components, then a timestamp is returned.
 
-DATE_SUB is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+DATE_SUB is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 DATE_SUB (datetime-expr, interval-expression)
@@ -2125,7 +2125,7 @@ TIMESTAMP. See <<datetime_value_expressions,Datetime_Value_Expression>>.
 +
 is an expression that can be combined in specific ways with subtraction
 operators. The _interval_expression_  accepts all interval expression
-types that the Trafodion database software considers as valid interval
+types that the {project-name} database software considers as valid interval
 expressions. see <<interval_value_expressions,Interval Value Expressions>>.
 
 <<<
@@ -2168,7 +2168,7 @@ years or months, DATEADD normalizes the result. See
 _datetime-expr_ is returned, unless the interval expression contains any
 time components, then a timestamp is returned.
 
-DATEADD is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+DATEADD is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 DATEADD(datepart, num-expr, datetime-expr)
@@ -2243,7 +2243,7 @@ The DATEDIFF function returns the integer value for the number of
 _datepart_ units of time between _startdate_ and _enddate_. If
 _enddate_ precedes _startdate_, the return value is negative or zero.
 
-DATEDIFF is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+DATEDIFF is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 DATEDIFF (datepart, startdate, enddate)
@@ -2354,7 +2354,7 @@ The DATEFORMAT function returns a datetime value as a character string
 literal in the DEFAULT, USA, or EUROPEAN format. The data type of the
 result is CHAR.
 
-DATEFORMAT is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+DATEFORMAT is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 DATEFORMAT (datetime-expression,{DEFAULT | USA | EUROPEAN})
@@ -2404,7 +2404,7 @@ as an exact numeric value. The DATE_PART function accepts the
 specification of 'YEAR', 'MONTH', 'DAY', 'HOUR', 'MINUTE', or 'SECOND'
 for text.
 
-DATE_PART is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+DATE_PART is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 DATEPART (text, interval)
@@ -2417,7 +2417,7 @@ enclosed in single quotes.
 
 * `_interval_`
 +
-_interval_ accepts all interval expression types that the Trafodion
+_interval_ accepts all interval expression types that the {project-name}
 database software considers as valid interval expressions. See
 <<interval_value_expressions,Interval Value Expressions>>.
 
@@ -2463,7 +2463,7 @@ The DATE_PART function of a timestamp can be changed to DATE_PART
 function of a datetime because the second argument can be either a
 timestamp or a date expression.
 
-DATE_PART is a Trafodion extension.
+DATE_PART is a {project-name} extension.
 
 ```
 DATEPART(text, datetime-expr)
@@ -2530,7 +2530,7 @@ The DATE_TRUNC function returns a value of type TIMESTAMP, which has all
 fields of lesser precision than _text_ set to zero (or 1 in the case of
 months or days).
 
-DATE_TRUNC is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+DATE_TRUNC is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 DATE_TRUNC(text, datetime-expr)
@@ -2584,7 +2584,7 @@ value in the range 1 through 31 that represents the corresponding day of
 the month. The result returned by the DAY function is equal to the
 result returned by the DAYOFMONTH function.
 
-DAY is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+DAY is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 DAY (datetime-expression)
@@ -2619,7 +2619,7 @@ The DAYNAME function converts a DATE or TIMESTAMP expression into a
 character literal that is the name of the day of the week (Sunday,
 Monday, and so on).
 
-DAYNAME is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+DAYNAME is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 DAYNAME (datetime-expression)
@@ -2660,7 +2660,7 @@ INTEGER value in the range 1 through 31 that represents the
 corresponding day of the month. The result returned by the DAYOFMONTH
 function is equal to the result returned by the DAY function.
 
-DAYOFMONTH is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+DAYOFMONTH is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 DAYOFMONTH (datetime-expression)
@@ -2696,7 +2696,7 @@ INTEGER value in the range 1 through 7 that represents the corresponding
 day of the week. The value 1 represents Sunday, 2 represents Monday, and
 so forth.
 
-DAYOFWEEK is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+DAYOFWEEK is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 DAYOFWEEK (datetime-expression)
@@ -2733,7 +2733,7 @@ The DAYOFYEAR function converts a DATE or TIMESTAMP expression into an
 INTEGER value in the range 1 through 366 that represents the
 corresponding day of the year.
 
-DAYOFYEAR is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+DAYOFYEAR is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 DAYOFYEAR (datetime-expression)
@@ -2770,7 +2770,7 @@ corresponding _retval_ is returned. If no match is found, _default_ is
 returned. If no match is found and _default_ is omitted, NULL is
 returned.
 
-DECODE is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+DECODE is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 DECODE (expr, test-expr, retval [, test-expr2, retval2 ... ] [ , default ] )
@@ -2929,9 +2929,9 @@ SELECT DECODE( (?p1 || ?p2), trim(?p1), 'Hi', ?p3, null ) from emp;
 *** ERROR[8822] The statement was not prepared.
 ```
 +
-The last _ret-val_ is an explicit NULL. When Trafodion SQL encounters
+The last _ret-val_ is an explicit NULL. When {project-name} SQL encounters
 this situation, it assumes that the return value will be NUMERIC(18,6).
-Once Trafodion SQL determines that the return values are numeric, it
+Once {project-name} SQL determines that the return values are numeric, it
 determines that all possible return values must be numeric. When 'Hi' is
 encountered in a _ret-val_ position, the error is produced because the
 CHAR(2) type argument is not comparable with a NUMERIC(18,6) type return
@@ -2950,7 +2950,7 @@ SELECT DECODE( (?p1 || ?p2), trim(?p1), 'Hi' ) from emp;
 The DEGREES function converts a numeric value expression expressed in
 radians to the number of degrees.
 
-DEGREES is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+DEGREES is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 DEGREES (numeric-expression)
@@ -2987,7 +2987,7 @@ change in an expression from row to row in an intermediate result table
 ordered by a sequence by clause in a select statement.
 See <<sequence_by_clause,SEQUENCE BY Clause>>. 
 
-DIFF1 is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+DIFF1 is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 DIFF1 (column-expression-a [,column-expression-b])
@@ -3034,9 +3034,9 @@ computation could result in a divisor of zero.
 [[datetime-arguments]]
 ==== Datetime Arguments
 
-In general, Trafodion SQL does not allow division by a value of INTERVAL
+In general, {project-name} SQL does not allow division by a value of INTERVAL
 data type. However, to permit use of the two-argument version of DIFF1
-with times and dates, Trafodion SQL relaxes this restriction and allows
+with times and dates, {project-name} SQL relaxes this restriction and allows
 division by a value of INTERVAL data type.
 
 [[examples_of_diff1]]
@@ -3120,7 +3120,7 @@ change in a DIFF1 value from row to row in an intermediate result table
 ordered by a SEQUENCE BY clause in a SELECT statement. See
 <<sequence_by_clause,SEQUENCE BY Clause>>.
 
-DIFF2 is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+DIFF2 is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 DIFF2 (column-expression-a [,column-expression-b])
@@ -3169,9 +3169,9 @@ computation could result in a divisor of zero.
 [[datetime_arguments]]
 ==== Datetime Arguments
 
-In general, Trafodion SQL does not allow division by a value of INTERVAL
+In general, {project-name} SQL does not allow division by a value of INTERVAL
 data type. However, to permit use of the two-argument version of DIFF2
-with times and dates, Trafodion SQL relaxes this restriction and allows
+with times and dates, {project-name} SQL relaxes this restriction and allows
 division by a value of INTERVAL data type.
 
 [[examples_of_diff2]]
@@ -3226,7 +3226,7 @@ DIFF2_I1TS
 == EXP Function
 
 This function returns the exponential value (to the base e) of a numeric
-value expression. EXP is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+value expression. EXP is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 EXP (numeric-expression)
@@ -3338,9 +3338,9 @@ rows are returned as the result of the SELECT statement.
 [[obtaining_an_explain_plan_while_queries_are_running]]
 ==== Obtaining an EXPLAIN Plan While Queries Are Running
 
-Trafodion SQL provides the ability to capture an EXPLAIN plan for a
+{project-name} SQL provides the ability to capture an EXPLAIN plan for a
 query at any time while the query is running with the QID option. By
-default, this behavior is disabled for a Trafodion session.
+default, this behavior is disabled for a {project-name} session.
 
 NOTE: Enable this feature before you start preparing and executing
 queries.
@@ -3387,7 +3387,7 @@ or events in the plan.
 | Column Name | Data Type | Description
 | MODULE_NAME | CHAR(60) | Reserved for future use.
 | STATEMENT_ NAME | CHAR(60) | Statement name; truncated on the right if longer than 60 characters.
-| PLAN_ID | LARGEINT | Unique system-generated plan ID automatically assigned by Trafodion SQL;
+| PLAN_ID | LARGEINT | Unique system-generated plan ID automatically assigned by {project-name} SQL;
 generated at compile time.
 | SEQ_NUM | INT | Sequence number of the current operator in the operator tree; indicates
 the sequence in which the operator tree is generated.
@@ -3504,7 +3504,7 @@ The HOUR function converts a TIME or TIMESTAMP expression into an
 INTEGER value in the range 0 through 23 that represents the
 corresponding hour of the day.
 
-HOUR is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+HOUR is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 HOUR (datetime-expression)
@@ -3541,7 +3541,7 @@ a specified start position, and where another character string has been
 inserted at the start position. Every character, including multi-byte
 characters, is treated as one character.
 
-INSERT is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+INSERT is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 INSERT (char-expr-1, start, length, char-expr-2)
@@ -3603,7 +3603,7 @@ The ISNULL function returns the value of the first argument if it is not
 null, otherwise it returns the value of the second argument. Both
 expressions must be of comparable types.
 
-ISNULL is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+ISNULL is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 ISNULL(ck-expr, repl-value)
@@ -3651,7 +3651,7 @@ datetime value. JULIANTIMESTAMP returns a value of data type LARGEINT.
 The function is evaluated once when the query starts execution and is
 not reevaluated (even if it is a long running query).
 
-JULIANTIMESTAMP is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+JULIANTIMESTAMP is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 JULIANTIMESTAMP(datetime-expression)
@@ -3661,7 +3661,7 @@ JULIANTIMESTAMP(datetime-expression)
 +
 is an expression that evaluates to a value of type DATE, TIME, or
 TIMESTAMP. If _datetime-expression_ does not contain all the fields from YEAR through
-SECOND, Trafodion SQL extends the value before converting it to a Julian
+SECOND, {project-name} SQL extends the value before converting it to a Julian
 timestamp. Datetime fields to the left of the specified datetime value
 are set to current date fields. Datetime fields to the right of the
 specified datetime value are set to zero. See
@@ -3715,7 +3715,7 @@ The LASTNOTNULL function is a sequence function that returns the last
 non-null value of a column in an intermediate result table ordered by a
 SEQUENCE BY clause in a SELECT statement. See <<sequence_by_clause,SEQUENCE BY Clause>>.
 
-LASTNOTNULL is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+LASTNOTNULL is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 LASTNOTNULL(column-expression)
@@ -3762,7 +3762,7 @@ the result returned by the <<lower_function,LOWER Function>>.
 LCASE returns a string of fixed-length or variable-length character
 data, depending on the data type of the input string.
 
-LCASE is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+LCASE is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 LCASE (character-expression)
@@ -3802,7 +3802,7 @@ The LEFT function returns the leftmost specified number of characters
 from a character expression. Every character, including multi-byte
 characters, is treated as one character.
 
-LEFT is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+LEFT is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 LEFT (character-expr, count)
@@ -3858,13 +3858,13 @@ SECRETARY COMNET
 == LOCATE Function
 
 The LOCATE function searches for a given substring in a character
-string. If the substring is found, Trafodion SQL returns the character
+string. If the substring is found, {project-name} SQL returns the character
 position of the substring within the string. Every character, including
 multi-byte characters, is treated as one character. The result returned
 by the LOCATE function is equal to the result returned by the
 <<position_function,Position Function>>.
 
-LOCATE is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+LOCATE is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 LOCATE(substring-expression,source-expression)
@@ -3882,8 +3882,8 @@ is an SQL character value expression that specifies the source string.
 the _source-expression_ cannot be null.
 See <<character_value_expressions,Character Value Expressions>>.
 
-Trafodion SQL returns the result as a 2-byte signed integer with a scale
-of zero. If substring-expression  is not found in  source-expression , Trafodion
+{project-name} SQL returns the result as a 2-byte signed integer with a scale
+of zero. If substring-expression  is not found in  source-expression , {project-name}
 SQL returns 0.
 
 [[considerations_for_locate]]
@@ -3893,11 +3893,11 @@ SQL returns 0.
 ==== Result of LOCATE
 
 * If the length of _source-expression_ is zero and the length of
-_substring-expression_ is greater than zero, Trafodion SQL returns 0.
-* If the length of _substring-expression_ is zero, Trafodion SQL returns 1.
+_substring-expression_ is greater than zero, {project-name} SQL returns 0.
+* If the length of _substring-expression_ is zero, {project-name} SQL returns 1.
 * If the length of _substring-expression_ is greater than the length of
-_source-expression_, Trafodion SQL returns 0.
-* If _source-expression_ is a null value, Trafodion SQL returns a null value.
+_source-expression_, {project-name} SQL returns 0.
+* If _source-expression_ is a null value, {project-name} SQL returns a null value.
 
 [[using_ucase]]
 ==== Using UCASE
@@ -3929,7 +3929,7 @@ WHERE LOCATE ('SMITH',UCASE(empname)) > 0 ;
 == LOG Function
 
 The LOG function returns the natural logarithm of a numeric value
-expression. LOG is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+expression. LOG is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 LOG (numeric-expression)
@@ -3958,7 +3958,7 @@ LOG (2.0)
 The LOG10 function returns the base 10 logarithm of a numeric value
 expression.
 
-LOG10 is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+LOG10 is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 LOG10 (numeric-expression)
@@ -4050,7 +4050,7 @@ The LPAD function pads the left side of a string with the specified
 string. Every character in the string, including multi-byte characters,
 is treated as one character.
 
-LPAD is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+LPAD is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 LPAD (str, len [,padstr])
@@ -4113,7 +4113,7 @@ The LTRIM function removes leading spaces from a character string. If
 you must remove any leading character other than space, use the TRIM
 function and specify the value of the character. See the <<trim_function,TRIM Function>>.
 
-LTRIM is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+LTRIM is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 LTRIM (character-expression)
@@ -4278,7 +4278,7 @@ The MINUTE function converts a TIME or TIMESTAMP expression into an
 INTEGER value, in the range 0 through 59, that represents the
 corresponding minute of the hour.
 
-MINUTE is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+MINUTE is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 MINUTE (datetime-expression)
@@ -4312,7 +4312,7 @@ Start/Date Time/Shipped               (EXPR)
 The MOD function returns the remainder (modulus) of an integer value
 expression divided by an integer value expression.
 
-MOD is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+MOD is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 MOD (integer-expression-1,integer-expression-2)
@@ -4348,7 +4348,7 @@ The MONTH function converts a DATE or TIMESTAMP expression into an
 INTEGER value in the range 1 through 12 that represents the
 corresponding month of the year.
 
-MONTH is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+MONTH is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 MONTH (datetime-expression)
@@ -4382,7 +4382,7 @@ The MONTHNAME function converts a DATE or TIMESTAMP expression into a
 character literal that is the name of the month of the year (January,
 February, and so on).
 
-MONTHNAME is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+MONTHNAME is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 MONTHNAME (datetime-expression)
@@ -4423,7 +4423,7 @@ of non-null values of a column in the current window of an intermediate
 result table ordered by a SEQUENCE BY clause in a SELECT statement. See
 <<sequence_by_clause,SEQUENCE BY Clause>>.
 
-MOVINGAVG is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+MOVINGAVG is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 MOVINGAVG(column-expression, integer-expression [, max-rows])
@@ -4501,7 +4501,7 @@ of non-null values of a column in the current window of an intermediate
 result table ordered by a SEQUENCE BY clause in a SELECT statement. See
 <<sequence_by_clause,SEQUENCE BY Clause>>.
 
-MOVINGCOUNT is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+MOVINGCOUNT is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 MOVINGCOUNT (column-expression, integer-expression [, max-rows])
@@ -4578,7 +4578,7 @@ of non-null values of a column in the current window of an intermediate
 result table ordered by a SEQUENCE BY clause in a SELECT statement. See
 <<sequence_by_clause,SEQUENCE BY Clause>>.
 
-MOVINGMAX is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+MOVINGMAX is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 MOVINGMAX (column-expression, integer-expression [, max-rows])
@@ -4647,7 +4647,7 @@ of non-null values of a column in the current window of an intermediate
 result table ordered by a SEQUENCE BY clause in a SELECT statement. See
 <<sequence_by_clause,SEQUENCE BY Clause>>.
 
-MOVINGMIN is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+MOVINGMIN is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 MOVINGMIN (column-expression, integer-expression [, max-rows])
@@ -4716,7 +4716,7 @@ standard deviation of non-null values of a column in the current window
 of an intermediate result table ordered by a SEQUENCE BY clause in a
 SELECT statement. See <<sequence_by_clause,SEQUENCE BY Clause>>.
 
-MOVINGSTDDEV is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+MOVINGSTDDEV is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 MOVINGSTDDEV (column-expression, integer-expression [, max-rows])
@@ -4802,7 +4802,7 @@ non-null values of a column in the current window of an intermediate
 result table ordered by a SEQUENCE BY clause in a SELECT statement. See
 <<sequence_by_clause,SEQUENCE BY Clause>>.
 
-MOVINGSUM is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+MOVINGSUM is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 MOVINGSUM (column-expression, integer-expression [, max-rows])
@@ -4871,7 +4871,7 @@ variance of non-null values of a column in the current window of an
 intermediate result table ordered by a SEQUENCE BY clause in a SELECT
 statement. See <<sequence_by_clause,SEQUENCE BY Clause>>.
 
-MOVINGVARIANCE is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+MOVINGVARIANCE is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 MOVINGVARIANCE (column-expression, integer-expression [, max-rows])
@@ -5055,7 +5055,7 @@ If _operand_ is a null value, NVL returns _new-operand_. If _operand_
 is not a null value, NVL returns _operand_.
 
 The _operand_ and _new-operand_ can be a column name, subquery,
-Trafodion SQL string functions, math functions, or constant values.
+{project-name} SQL string functions, math functions, or constant values.
 
 [[examples_of_nvl]]
 === Examples of NVL
@@ -5123,8 +5123,8 @@ OCTET_LENGTH (string-value-expression)
 * `_string-value-expression_`
 +
 specifies the string value expression for which to return the length in
-bytes. Trafodion SQL returns the result as a 2-byte signed integer with
-a scale of zero. If _string-value-expression_ is null, Trafodion SQL returns
+bytes. {project-name} SQL returns the result as a 2-byte signed integer with
+a scale of zero. If _string-value-expression_ is null, {project-name} SQL returns
 a length of zero.
 See <<character_value_expressions,Character Value Expressions>>.
 
@@ -5134,9 +5134,9 @@ See <<character_value_expressions,Character Value Expressions>>.
 [[char_and_varchar_operands_1]]
 ==== CHAR and VARCHAR Operands
 
-For a column declared as fixed CHAR, Trafodion SQL returns the length of
+For a column declared as fixed CHAR, {project-name} SQL returns the length of
 that column as the maximum number of storage bytes. For a VARCHAR
-column, Trafodion SQL returns the length of the string stored in that
+column, {project-name} SQL returns the length of the string stored in that
 column as the actual number of storage bytes.
 
 [[similarity_to_char_length_function]]
@@ -5221,7 +5221,7 @@ current row does not fall within the result table.
 The PI function returns the constant value of pi as a floating-point
 value.
 
-PI is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+PI is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 PI()
@@ -5241,7 +5241,7 @@ PI()
 == POSITION Function
 
 The POSITION function searches for a given substring in a character
-string. If the substring is found, Trafodion SQL returns the character
+string. If the substring is found, {project-name} SQL returns the character
 position of the substring within the string. Every character, including
 multi-byte characters, is treated as one character. The result returned
 by the POSITION function is equal to the result returned by the
@@ -5263,9 +5263,9 @@ is an SQL character value expression that specifies the source string.
 the _source-expression_ cannot be null.
 See <<character_value_expressions,Character Value Expressions>>.
 
-Trafodion SQL returns the result as a 2-byte signed integer with a scale
+{project-name} SQL returns the result as a 2-byte signed integer with a scale
 of zero. If _substring-expression_ is not found in _source-expression_,
-Trafodion SQL returns zero.
+{project-name} SQL returns zero.
 
 [[considerations_for_position]]
 === Considerations for POSITION
@@ -5274,12 +5274,12 @@ Trafodion SQL returns zero.
 ==== Result of POSITION
 
 If the length of _source-expression_ is zero and the length of
-_substring-expression_ is greater than zero, Trafodion SQL returns 0. If
-the length of _substring-expression_ is zero, Trafodion SQL returns 1.
+_substring-expression_ is greater than zero, {project-name} SQL returns 0. If
+the length of _substring-expression_ is zero, {project-name} SQL returns 1.
 
 If the length of _substring-expression_ is greater than the length of
-_source-expression_, Trafodion SQL returns zero. If
-_source-expression_ is a null value, Trafodion SQL returns a null value.
+_source-expression_, {project-name} SQL returns zero. If
+_source-expression_ is a null value, {project-name} SQL returns a null value.
 
 [[using_the_upshift_function]]
 ==== Using the UPSHIFT Function
@@ -5315,7 +5315,7 @@ The POWER function returns the value of a numeric value expression
 raised to the power of an integer value expression. You can also use the
 exponential operator \*\*.
 
-POWER is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+POWER is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 POWER (numeric-expression-1, numeric-expression-2)
@@ -5357,7 +5357,7 @@ INTEGER value in the range 1 through 4 that represents the corresponding
 quarter of the year. Quarter 1 represents January 1 through March 31,
 and so on.
 
-QUARTER is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+QUARTER is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 QUARTER (datetime-expression)
@@ -5390,7 +5390,7 @@ Start/Date Time/Shipped               (EXPR)
 The RADIANS function converts a numeric value expression (expressed in
 degrees) to the number of radians.
 
-RADIANS is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+RADIANS is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 RADIANS (numeric-expression)
@@ -5427,7 +5427,7 @@ rank of the given value of an intermediate result table ordered by a
 SEQUENCE BY clause in a SELECT statement. RANK is an alternative syntax
 for RANK/RUNNINGRANK.
 
-RANK/RUNNINGRANK is a Trafodion extension.
+RANK/RUNNINGRANK is a {project-name} extension.
 
 ```
 RUNNINGRANK(expression) | RANK(expression)
@@ -5606,7 +5606,7 @@ The REPEAT function returns a character string composed of the
 evaluation of a character expression repeated a specified number of
 times.
 
-REPEAT is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+REPEAT is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 REPEAT (character-expr, count)
@@ -5645,7 +5645,7 @@ a specified character string in the original string are replaced with
 another character string. All three character value expressions must be
 comparable types. The return value is the VARCHAR type.
 
-REPLACE is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+REPLACE is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 REPLACE (char-expr-1, char-expr-2, char-expr-3)
@@ -5701,7 +5701,7 @@ The RIGHT function returns the rightmost specified number of characters
 from a character expression. Every character, including multi-byte
 characters, is treated as one character.
 
-RIGHT is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+RIGHT is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 RIGHT (character-expr, count)
@@ -5746,7 +5746,7 @@ SET jobdesc = RIGHT (jobdesc, 12);
 The ROUND function returns the value of _numeric_expr_ rounded to _num_
 places to the right of the decimal point.
 
-ROUND is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+ROUND is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 ROUND(numeric-expr [ , num ] )
@@ -5830,7 +5830,7 @@ of rows counted since the specified condition was last true in the
 intermediate result table ordered by a SEQUENCE BY clause in a SELECT
 statement. See <<sequence_by_clause,SEQUENCE BY Clause>>.
 
-Rows since is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+Rows since is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 ROWS_SINCE [INCLUSIVE] (condition [, max-rows])
@@ -5872,7 +5872,7 @@ condition is evaluated starting with the previous row as row 1.
 If a row is reached where the condition is true, ROWS SINCE returns the
 number of rows counted so far. Otherwise, if the condition is never true
 within the result table being considered, ROWS SINCE returns null.
-Trafodion SQL then goes to the next row as the new current row.
+{project-name} SQL then goes to the next row as the new current row.
 
 [[examples_of_rows_since]]
 === Examples of ROWS SINCE
@@ -5920,7 +5920,7 @@ number of rows counted since the specified set of values last changed in
 the intermediate result table ordered by a SEQUENCE BY clause in a
 SELECT statement. See <<sequence_by_clause,SEQUENCE BY Clause>>.
 
-ROWS SINCE CHANGED is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+ROWS SINCE CHANGED is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 ROWS SINCE CHANGED (column-expression-list)
@@ -5971,7 +5971,7 @@ The RPAD function pads the right side of a string with the specified
 string. Every character in the string, including multi-byte characters,
 is treated as one character.
 
-RPAD is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+RPAD is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 RPAD (str, len [, padstr])
@@ -6042,7 +6042,7 @@ you must remove any leading character other than space, use the TRIM
 function and specify the value of the character.
 See the <<trim_function,TRIM Function>>.
 
-RTRIM is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+RTRIM is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 RTRIM (character-expression)
@@ -6084,7 +6084,7 @@ of non-null values of a column up to and including the current row of an
 intermediate result table ordered by a SEQUENCE BY clause in a SELECT
 statement. See <<sequence_by_clause,SEQUENCE BY Clause>>.
 
-RUNNINGAVG is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+RUNNINGAVG is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 RUNNINGAVG (_column-expression_)
@@ -6140,7 +6140,7 @@ of rows up to and including the current row of an intermediate result
 table ordered by a SEQUENCE BY clause in a SELECT statement. See
 <<sequence_by_clause,SEQUENCE BY Clause>>.
 
-RUNNINGCOUNT is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+RUNNINGCOUNT is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 RUNNINGCOUNT {(*) | (column-expression)}
@@ -6202,7 +6202,7 @@ of values of a column up to and including the current row of an
 intermediate result table ordered by a SEQUENCE BY clause in a SELECT
 statement. See <<sequence_by_clause,SEQUENCE BY Clause>>.
 
-RUNNINGMAX is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+RUNNINGMAX is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 RUNNINGMAX (column-expression)
@@ -6246,7 +6246,7 @@ of values of a column up to and including the current row of an
 intermediate result table ordered by a SEQUENCE BY clause in a SELECT
 statement. See <<sequence_by_clause,SEQUENCE BY Clause>>.
 
-RUNNINGMIN is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+RUNNINGMIN is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 RUNNINGMIN (column-expression)
@@ -6290,7 +6290,7 @@ current row of an intermediate result table ordered by a SEQUENCE BY
 clause in a SELECT statement.
 See <<sequence_by_clause,SEQUENCE BY Clause>>.
 
-RUNNINGSTDDEV is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+RUNNINGSTDDEV is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 RUNNINGSTDDEV (_column-expression_)
@@ -6364,7 +6364,7 @@ non-null values of a column up to and including the current row of an
 intermediate result table ordered by a SEQUENCE BY clause in a SELECT
 statement. See <<sequence_by_clause,SEQUENCE BY Clause>>.
 
-RUNNINGSUM is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+RUNNINGSUM is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 RUNNINGSUM (column-expression)
@@ -6408,7 +6408,7 @@ variance of non-null values of a column up to and including the current
 row of an intermediate result table ordered by a SEQUENCE BY clause in a
 SELECT statement. See <<sequence_by_clause,SEQUENCE BY Clause>>.
 
-RUNNINGVARIANCE is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+RUNNINGVARIANCE is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 RUNNINGVARIANCE (column-expression)
@@ -6469,7 +6469,7 @@ The SECOND function converts a TIME or TIMESTAMP expression into an
 INTEGER value in the range 0 through 59 that represents the
 corresponding second of the hour.
 
-SECOND is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+SECOND is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 SECOND (datetime-expression)
@@ -6505,7 +6505,7 @@ expression. If the value is less than zero, the function returns -1 as
 the indicator. If the value is zero, the function returns 0. If the
 value is greater than zero, the function returns 1.
 
-SIGN is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+SIGN is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 SIGN (numeric-expression)
@@ -6545,7 +6545,7 @@ SIGN(-20 + 22)
 The SIN function returns the SINE of a numeric value expression, where
 the expression is an angle expressed in radians.
 
-SIN is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+SIN is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 SIN (numeric-expression)
@@ -6574,7 +6574,7 @@ SIN (0.3491)
 The SINH function returns the hyperbolic sine of a numeric value
 expression, where the expression is an angle expressed in radians.
 
-SINH is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+SINH is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 SINH (numeric-expression)
@@ -6604,7 +6604,7 @@ The SPACE function returns a character string consisting of a specified
 number of spaces, each of which is 0x20 or 0x0020, depending on the
 chosen character set.
 
-SPACE is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+SPACE is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 SPACE (length [, char-set-name])
@@ -6639,7 +6639,7 @@ SPACE(3)
 == SQRT Function
 
 The SQRT function returns the square root of a numeric value expression.
-SQRT is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+SQRT is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 SQRT (numeric-expression)
@@ -6666,7 +6666,7 @@ SQRT(27)
 == STDDEV Function
 
 STDDEV is an aggregate function that returns the standard deviation of a
-set of numbers. STDDEV is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+set of numbers. STDDEV is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 STDDEV ([ALL | DISTINCT] expression [, weight])
@@ -6708,7 +6708,7 @@ root of the variance of the expression.
 See <<variance_function,VARIANCE Function>>.
 
 Because the definition of variance has _N-1_ in the denominator of the
-expression (if weight is not specified), Trafodion SQL returns a
+expression (if weight is not specified), {project-name} SQL returns a
 system-defined default setting of zero (and no error) if the number of
 rows in the table, or a group of the table, is equal to 1.
 
@@ -6828,7 +6828,7 @@ and continuing until the end of the _character-expr_ are returned.
 === Alternative Forms
 
 * The SUBSTRING function treats SUBSTRING( _string_ FOR _int_ )
-equivalent to SUBSTRING( _string_ FROM 1 FOR _int_ ). The Trafodion
+equivalent to SUBSTRING( _string_ FROM 1 FOR _int_ ). The {project-name}
 database software already supports the ANSI standard form as:
 +
 ```
@@ -6836,7 +6836,7 @@ SUBSTRING(string FROM int [ FOR int ])
 ```
 
 * The SUBSTRING function treats SUBSTRING (_string_, Fromint)
-equivalent to SUBSTRING(_string_ FROM _Fromint_). The Trafodion
+equivalent to SUBSTRING(_string_ FROM _Fromint_). The {project-name}
 database software already supports SUBSTRING (_string_, _Fromint_,
 _Forint_) as equivalent to the ANSI standard form:
 +
@@ -6990,7 +6990,7 @@ SELECT SUM (price * qty_available) FROM sales.parts;
 The TAN function returns the tangent of a numeric value expression,
 where the expression is an angle expressed in radians.
 
-TAN is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+TAN is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 TAN (numeric-expression)
@@ -7019,7 +7019,7 @@ TAN (0.3491)
 The TANH function returns the hyperbolic tangent of a numeric value
 expression, where the expression is an angle expressed in radians.
 
-TANH is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+TANH is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 TANH (numeric-expression)
@@ -7051,7 +7051,7 @@ row and the value of the column in previous rows (in an intermediate
 result table ordered by a SEQUENCE BY clause in a SELECT statement).
 See <<rows_since_function,ROWS SINCE Function>>.
 
-THIS is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+THIS is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 THIS (column-expression)
@@ -7083,7 +7083,7 @@ rows or the size of the result table).
 If a row is reached where the condition is true, ROWS SINCE returns the
 number of rows counted so far. Otherwise, if the condition is never true
 within the result table being considered, ROWS SINCE returns null.
-Trafodion SQL then goes to the next row as the new current row and the
+{project-name} SQL then goes to the next row as the new current row and the
 THIS constant is reevaluated.
 
 <<<
@@ -7120,7 +7120,7 @@ month. The type of the _datetime_expr_ is returned except when the
 _interval-ind_ contains any time component, in which case a TIMESTAMP is
 returned.
 
-TIMESTAMPADD is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+TIMESTAMPADD is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 TIMESTAMPADD (interval-ind, num-expr, datetime-expr)
@@ -7308,28 +7308,28 @@ is one of these translation names:
 |===
 | Translation Name | Source Character Set | Target Character Set | Comments
 | ISO88591TOUTF8   | ISO88591             | UTF8                 | Translates ISO8859-1 characters to UTF8 characters. No data loss is possible.
-| UTF8TOISO88591   | UTF8                 | ISO88591             | Translates UTF8 characters to ISO88591 characters. Trafodion SQL will
+| UTF8TOISO88591   | UTF8                 | ISO88591             | Translates UTF8 characters to ISO88591 characters. {project-name} SQL will
 display an error if it encounters a Unicode character that cannot be converted to the target character set.
 |===
 
 _translation-name_ identifies the translation, source and target
 character set. When you translate to the UTF8 character set, no data
-loss is possible. However, when Trafodion SQL translates a
+loss is possible. However, when {project-name} SQL translates a
 _character-value-expression_ from UTF8, it may be that certain
-characters cannot be converted to the target character set. Trafodion
+characters cannot be converted to the target character set. {project-name}
 SQL reports an error in this case.
 
-Trafodion SQL returns a variable-length character string with character
+{project-name} SQL returns a variable-length character string with character
 repertoire equal to the character repertoire of the target character set
 of the translation and the maximum length equal to the fixed length or
 maximum variable length of the source _character-value-expression_.
 
-If you enter an illegal _translation-name_, Trafodion SQL returns an
+If you enter an illegal _translation-name_, {project-name} SQL returns an
 error.
 
 If the character set for _character-value-expression_ is different from
 the source character set as specified in the _translation-name_,
-Trafodion SQL returns an error.
+{project-name} SQL returns an error.
 
 <<<
 [[trim_function]]
@@ -7411,7 +7411,7 @@ or <<upshift_function,UPSHIFT Function>>.
 UCASE returns a string of fixed-length or variable-length character
 data, depending on the data type of the input string.
 
-UCASE is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+UCASE is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 UCASE (character-expression)
@@ -7523,7 +7523,7 @@ to the result returned by the <<upper_function,UPPER Function>> or
 UPSHIFT returns a string of fixed-length or variable-length character
 data, depending on the data type of the input string.
 
-UPSHIFT is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+UPSHIFT is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 UPSHIFT (character-expression)
@@ -7643,7 +7643,7 @@ DB ROOT
 == VARIANCE Function
 
 VARIANCE is an aggregate function that returns the statistical variance
-of a set of numbers. VARIANCE is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+of a set of numbers. VARIANCE is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 VARIANCE ([ALL | DISTINCT] expression [, weight])
@@ -7701,7 +7701,7 @@ expressed in the common data type, and N is the cardinality of the
 result table.
 
 Because the definition of variance has _N-1_ in the denominator of the
-expression (when weight is not specified), Trafodion SQL returns a
+expression (when weight is not specified), {project-name} SQL returns a
 default value of zero (and no error) if the number of rows in the table,
 or a group of the table, is equal to 1.
 
@@ -7795,7 +7795,7 @@ Sunday of the year. The value 53 is returned for datetimes that occur in
 the last full or partial week of the year except for leap years that
 start on Saturday where December 31 is in the 54th full or partial week.
 
-WEEK is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+WEEK is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 WEEK (datetime-expression)
@@ -7829,7 +7829,7 @@ Start/Date Time/Shipped               (EXPR)
 The YEAR function converts a DATE or TIMESTAMP expression into an
 INTEGER value that represents the year.
 
-YEAR is a Trafodion SQL extension.
+YEAR is a {project-name} SQL extension.
 
 ```
 YEAR (datetime-expression)

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diff --git a/docs/sql_reference/src/asciidoc/_chapters/sql_language_elements.adoc b/docs/sql_reference/src/asciidoc/_chapters/sql_language_elements.adoc
index 3124da8..e00218d 100644
--- a/docs/sql_reference/src/asciidoc/_chapters/sql_language_elements.adoc
+++ b/docs/sql_reference/src/asciidoc/_chapters/sql_language_elements.adoc
@@ -20,13 +20,13 @@
 * under the License.
 *
 * @@@ END COPYRIGHT @@@
-  */
+*/
 ////
 
 [[sql_language_elements]]
 = SQL Language Elements
 
-Trafodion SQL language elements, which include data types, expressions, functions, identifiers, literals, and
+{project-name} SQL language elements, which include data types, expressions, functions, identifiers, literals, and
 predicates, occur within the syntax of SQL statements. The statement and command topics support the syntactical
 and semantic descriptions of the language elements in this section.
 
@@ -143,7 +143,7 @@ statement omits a value for a particular column.
 An SQL constraint is an object that protects the integrity of data in a table by specifying a condition that all the
 values in a particular column or set of columns of the table must satisfy.
 
-Trafodion SQL enforces these constraints on SQL tables:
+{project-name} SQL enforces these constraints on SQL tables:
 
 [cols="20%,80%"]
 |===
@@ -163,22 +163,22 @@ one occurrence of the same value or set of values.
 To create constraints on an SQL table when you create the table, use the NOT NULL, UNIQUE, CHECK, FOREIGN KEY, or
 PRIMARY KEY clause of the CREATE TABLE statement.
 
-For more information on Trafodion SQL commands, see <<create_table_statement,CREATE TABLE Statement>> and
+For more information on {project-name} SQL commands, see <<create_table_statement,CREATE TABLE Statement>> and
 <<alter_table_statement,ALTER TABLE Statement>>.
 
 [[constraint_names]]
 === Constraint Names
 
-When you create a constraint, you can specify a name for it or allow a name to be generated by Trafodion SQL.
+When you create a constraint, you can specify a name for it or allow a name to be generated by {project-name} SQL.
 You can optionally specify both column and table constraint names. Constraint names are ANSI logical names.
 See <<database_object_names,Database Object Names>>. Constraint names are in the same name space as tables and
 views, so a constraint name cannot have the same name s a table or view.
 
 The name you specify can be fully qualified or not. If you specify the schema parts of the name, they must match
 those parts of the affected table and must be unique among table, view, and constraint names in that schema. If you
-omit the schema portion of the name you specify, Trafodion SQL expands the name by using the schema for the table.
+omit the schema portion of the name you specify, {project-name} SQL expands the name by using the schema for the table.
 
-If you do not specify a constraint name, Trafodion SQL constructs an SQL identifier as the name for the constraint
+If you do not specify a constraint name, {project-name} SQL constructs an SQL identifier as the name for the constraint
 and qualifies it with the schema of the table. The identifier consists of the table name concatenated with a
 system-generated unique identifier.
 
@@ -235,8 +235,8 @@ WHERE orders.custnum = c.custnum AND orders.custnum = 543;
 [[database_objects]]
 == Database Objects
 
-A database object is an SQL entity that exists in a name space. SQL statements can access Trafodion SQL database objects.
-The subsections listed below describe these Trafodion SQL database objects.
+A database object is an SQL entity that exists in a name space. SQL statements can access {project-name} SQL database objects.
+The subsections listed below describe these {project-name} SQL database objects.
 
 * <<constraints,Constraints>>
 * <<indexes,Indexes>>
@@ -246,7 +246,7 @@ The subsections listed below describe these Trafodion SQL database objects.
 [[ownership]]
 === Ownership
 
-In Trafodion SQL, the creator of an object owns the object defined in the schema and has all privileges on the object.
+In {project-name} SQL, the creator of an object owns the object defined in the schema and has all privileges on the object.
 In addition, you can use the GRANT and REVOKE statements to grant access privileges for a table or view to specified users.
 
 For more information, see the <<grant_statement,GRANT Statement>> and <<revoke_statement,REVOKE Statement>>. For
@@ -256,7 +256,7 @@ information on privileges on tables and views, see <<create_table_statement,CREA
 [[database_object_names]]
 == Database Object Names
 
-DML statements can refer to Trafodion SQL database objects. To refer to a database object in a statement, use an appropriate
+DML statements can refer to {project-name} SQL database objects. To refer to a database object in a statement, use an appropriate
 database object name. For information on the types of database objects see <<database_objects,Database Objects>>.
 
 <<<
@@ -270,25 +270,25 @@ logical name, also called an ANSI name:
 catalog-name.schema-name.object-name
 ```
 
-In this three-part name, _catalog-name_ is the name of the catalog, which is TRAFODION for Trafodion SQL objects that map to
+In this three-part name, _catalog-name_ is the name of the catalog, which is TRAFODION for {project-name} SQL objects that map to
 HBase tables. _schema-name_ is the name of the schema, and _object-name_ is the simple name of the table, view, constraint,
 library, function, or procedure. Each of the parts is an SQL identifier. See <<identifiers,Identifiers>>.
 
-Trafodion SQL automatically qualifies an object name with a schema name unless you explicitly specify schema names with the
+{project-name} SQL automatically qualifies an object name with a schema name unless you explicitly specify schema names with the
 object name. If you do not set a schema name for the session using a SET SCHEMA statement, the default schema is SEABASE,
 which exists in the TRAFODION catalog. See <<set_schema_statement,SET SCHEMA Statement>>. A one-part name _object-name_ is
 qualified implicitly with the default schema.
 
-You can qualify a column name in a Trafodion SQL statement by using a three-part, two-part, or one-part object name, or a
+You can qualify a column name in a {project-name} SQL statement by using a three-part, two-part, or one-part object name, or a
 correlation name.
 
 [[sql_object_namespaces]]
 === SQL Object Namespaces
 
-Trafodion SQL objects are organized in a hierarchical manner. Database objects exist in schemas, which are themselves
+{project-name} SQL objects are organized in a hierarchical manner. Database objects exist in schemas, which are themselves
 contained in a catalog called TRAFODION. A catalog is a collection of schemas. Schema names must be unique within the catalog.
 
-Multiple objects with the same name can exist provided that each belongs to a different name space. Trafodion SQL supports these
+Multiple objects with the same name can exist provided that each belongs to a different name space. {project-name} SQL supports these
 namespaces:
 
 * Index
@@ -304,7 +304,7 @@ unique names within a given schema.
 [[data_types]]
 == Data Types
 
-Trafodion SQL data types are character, datetime, interval, or numeric (exact or approximate):
+{project-name} SQL data types are character, datetime, interval, or numeric (exact or approximate):
 
 [cols="2*"]
 |===
@@ -318,7 +318,7 @@ hours, minutes, seconds, and fractions of a second).
 Each column in a table is associated with a data type. You can use the CAST expression to convert data to the data type that you specify. For
 more information, see <<cast_expression,CAST Expression>>.
 
-The following table summarizes the Trafodion SQL data types:
+The following table summarizes the {project-name} SQL data types:
 
 [cols="13%,29%,29%,29%",options="header"]
 |===
@@ -427,7 +427,7 @@ Two data types are comparable if a value of one data type can be compared to a v
 Two data types are compatible if a value of one data type can be assigned to a column of the other data type, and if
 columns of the two data types can be combined using arithmetic operations. Compatible data types are also comparable.
 
-Assignment and comparison are the basic operations of Trafodion SQL. Assignment operations are performed during the
+Assignment and comparison are the basic operations of {project-name} SQL. Assignment operations are performed during the
 execution of INSERT and UPDATE statements. Comparison operations are performed during the execution of statements that
 include predicates, aggregate (or set) functions, and GROUP BY, HAVING, and ORDER BY clauses.
 
@@ -493,7 +493,7 @@ temporary copy of the integer converted to a decimal.
 [[extended_numeric_precision]]
 ===== Extended Numeric Precision
 
-Trafodion SQL provides support for extended numeric precision data type. Extended numeric precision is an extension to
+{project-name} SQL provides support for extended numeric precision data type. Extended numeric precision is an extension to
 the NUMERIC(x,y) data type where no theoretical limit exists on precision. It is a software data type, which means that
 the underlying hardware does not support it and all computations are performed by software. Computations using this data
 type may not match the performance of other hardware supported data types.
@@ -610,7 +610,7 @@ CREATE TABLE SCH.T
 [[character_string_data_types]]
 === Character String Data Types
 
-Trafodion SQL includes both fixed-length character data and variable-length character data. You cannot compare character data to
+{project-name} SQL includes both fixed-length character data and variable-length character data. You cannot compare character data to
 numeric, datetime, or interval data.
 
 * `_character-type_` is:
@@ -695,7 +695,7 @@ characters are stored logically—without blank padding.
 [[nchar_columns_in_sql_tables]]
 ===== NCHAR Columns in SQL Tables
 
-In Trafodion SQL, the NCHAR type specification is equivalent to:
+In {project-name} SQL, the NCHAR type specification is equivalent to:
 
 
 * NATIONAL CHARACTER
@@ -705,7 +705,7 @@ In Trafodion SQL, the NCHAR type specification is equivalent to:
 Similarly, you can use NCHAR VARYING, NATIONAL CHARACTER VARYING, NATIONAL CHAR
 VARYING, and VARCHAR &#8230; CHARACTER SET &#8230; , where the character set is
 the character set for NCHAR. The character set for NCHAR is determined
-when Trafodion SQL is installed.
+when {project-name} SQL is installed.
 
 <<<
 [[datetime_data_types]]
@@ -723,8 +723,8 @@ value. For information on CAST, see <<cast
 expression,CAST
 Expression>>.
 
-Trafodion SQL accepts dates, such as October 5 to 14, 1582, that were
-omitted from the Gregorian calendar. This functionality is a Trafodion
+{project-name} SQL accepts dates, such as October 5 to 14, 1582, that were
+omitted from the Gregorian calendar. This functionality is a {project-name}
 SQL extension.
 
 The range of times that a datetime value can represent is:
@@ -733,7 +733,7 @@ The range of times that a datetime value can represent is:
 January 1, 1 A.D., 00:00:00.000000 (low value) December 31, 9999, 23:59:59.999999 (high value)
 ```
 
-Trafodion SQL has three datetime data types:
+{project-name} SQL has three datetime data types:
 
 * `_datetime-type_` is:
 +
@@ -933,7 +933,7 @@ When you insert a fractional value into an INTERVAL data type field, if
 the fractional value is 0 (zero) it does not cause an overflow.
 Inserting value INTERVAL '1.000000' SECOND(6) into a field SECOND(0)
 does not cause a loss of value. Provided that the value fits in the
-target column without a loss of precision, Trafodion SQL does not return
+target column without a loss of precision, {project-name} SQL does not return
 an overflow error.
 
 However, if the fractional value is > 0, an overflow occurs. Inserting
@@ -971,9 +971,9 @@ NUMERIC, SMALLINT, INTEGER, LARGEINT, and DECIMAL.
 Approximate numeric data types are types that do not necessarily
 represent a value exactly: FLOAT, REAL, and DOUBLE PRECISION.
 +
-A column in a Trafodion SQL table declared with a floating-point data
+A column in a {project-name} SQL table declared with a floating-point data
 type is stored in IEEE floating-point format and all computations on it
-are done assuming that. Trafodion SQL tables can contain only IEEE
+are done assuming that. {project-name} SQL tables can contain only IEEE
 floating-point data.
 
 * `NUMERIC [(_precision_ [,_scale_])] [SIGNED|UNSIGNED]`
@@ -1058,7 +1058,7 @@ is from +/- 2.2250738585072014e-308 through +/-1.7976931348623157e+308.
 == Expressions
 
 An SQL value expression, called an expression, evaluates to a value.
-Trafodion SQL supports these types of expressions:
+{project-name} SQL supports these types of expressions:
 
 
 [cols="30%,70%"]
@@ -1365,7 +1365,7 @@ WHERE projcode = 920;
 --- 1 row(s) selected.
 ```
 +
-The result of adding 20 days to 2008-02-21 is 2008-03-12. Trafodion SQL
+The result of adding 20 days to 2008-02-21 is 2008-03-12. {project-name} SQL
 correctly handles 2008 as a leap year.
 
 * Subtract an interval value qualified by HOUR TO MINUTE from a datetime
@@ -1581,7 +1581,7 @@ INTERVAL '1' MONTH + INTERVAL '7' DAY
 ```
 
 * If you multiply or divide an interval value by a numeric value
-expression, Trafodion SQL converts the interval value to its least
+expression, {project-name} SQL converts the interval value to its least
 significant subfield and then multiplies or divides it by the numeric
 value expression. The result has the same fields as the interval that
 was multiplied or divided. For example, this expression returns the
@@ -1739,7 +1739,7 @@ maximum precision for the REAL data type is approximately 7 decimal
 digits, and the maximum precision for the DOUBLE PRECISION data type is
 approximately 16 digits.
 
-When Trafodion SQL encounters an arithmetic operator in an expression,
+When {project-name} SQL encounters an arithmetic operator in an expression,
 it applies these rules (with the restriction that if the precision
 becomes greater than 18, the resulting precision is set to 18 and the
 resulting scale is the maximum of 0 and (18- (_resulted precision_ -
@@ -1766,7 +1766,7 @@ resulting magnitude is 4 plus 5 (or 9). The expression result is NUMERIC
 [[conversion_of_numeric_types_for_arithmetic_operations]]
 ===== Conversion of Numeric Types for Arithmetic Operations
 
-Trafodion SQL automatically converts between floating-point numeric
+{project-name} SQL automatically converts between floating-point numeric
 types (REAL and DOUBLE PRECISION) and other numeric types. All numeric
 values in the expression are first converted to binary, with the maximum
 precision needed anywhere in the evaluation.
@@ -1813,7 +1813,7 @@ word as a regular identifier.
 Delimited identifiers are character strings that appear within double
 quote characters (") and consist of alphanumeric characters, including
 the underscore character (_) or a dash (-). Unlike regular identifiers,
-delimited identifiers are case-sensitive. Trafodion SQL does not support
+delimited identifiers are case-sensitive. {project-name} SQL does not support
 spaces or special characters in delimited identifiers given the
 constraints of the underlying HBase file system. You can use reserved
 words as delimited identifiers.
@@ -1831,9 +1831,9 @@ or leading forward slash (/) character.
 Unlike other delimited identifiers, case-insensitive-delimited
 identifiers are case-insensitive. Identifiers are up-shifted before
 being inserted into the SQL metadata. Thus, whether you specify a user's
-name as `"Penelope.Quan@hp.com"`, `"PENELOPE.QUAN@hp.com"`, or
-`"penelope.quan@hp.com"`, the value stored in the metadata will be the
-same: `PENELOPE.QUAN@HP.COM`.
+name as `"Penelope.Quan@company.com"`, `"PENELOPE.QUAN@company.com"`, or
+`"penelope.quan@company.com"`, the value stored in the metadata will be the
+same: `PENELOPE.QUAN@COMPANY.COM`.
 
 You can use reserved words as case-insensitive delimited identifiers.
 
@@ -1887,7 +1887,7 @@ table rows.
 [[sql_indexes]]
 === SQL Indexes
 
-Each row in a Trafodion SQL index contains:
+Each row in a {project-name} SQL index contains:
 
 * The columns specified in the CREATE INDEX statement
 * The clustering key of the underlying table (the user-defined
@@ -1908,7 +1908,7 @@ See <<create_index_statement,CREATE INDEX Statement>>.
 === Clustering Keys
 
 Every table has a clustering key, which is the set of columns that
-determine the order of the rows on disk. Trafodion SQL organizes records
+determine the order of the rows on disk. {project-name} SQL organizes records
 of a table or index by using a b-tree based on this clustering key.
 Therefore, the values of the clustering key act as logical row-ids.
 
@@ -1920,8 +1920,8 @@ an additional column is appended to the _key-column-list_ called the
 SYSKEY.
 
 A SYSKEY (or system-defined clustering key) is a clustering key column
-which is defined by Trafodion SQL rather than by the user. Its type is
-LARGEINT SIGNED. When you insert a record in a table, Trafodion SQL
+which is defined by {project-name} SQL rather than by the user. Its type is
+LARGEINT SIGNED. When you insert a record in a table, {project-name} SQL
 automatically generates a value for the SYSKEY column. You cannot supply
 the value.
 
@@ -1937,7 +1937,7 @@ SELECT *, SYSKEY FROM t4;
 === Index Keys
 
 A one-to-one correspondence always exists between index rows and base
-table rows. Each row in a Trafodion SQL index contains:
+table rows. Each row in a {project-name} SQL index contains:
 
 
 * The columns specified in the CREATE INDEX statement
@@ -2004,7 +2004,7 @@ _ character-set_`
 specifies the character set ISO88591 or UTF8. The _character-set_
 specification of the string literal should correspond with the character
 set of the column definition, which is either ISO88591 or UTF8. If you
-omit the _character-set specification, Trafodion SQL initially assumes
+omit the _character-set specification, {project-name} SQL initially assumes
 the ISO88591 character set if the string literal consists entirely of
 7-bit ASCII characters and UTF8 otherwise. (However, the initial
 assumption will later be changed if the string literal is used in a
@@ -2015,7 +2015,7 @@ assumption.)
 +
 associates the string literal with the character set of the NATIONAL
 CHARACTER (NCHAR) data type. The character set for NCHAR is determined
-during the installation of Trafodion SQL. This value can be either UTF8
+during the installation of {project-name} SQL. This value can be either UTF8
 (the default) or ISO88591.
 
 <<<
@@ -2063,7 +2063,7 @@ When specifying string literals:
 
 * Do not put a space between the character set qualifier and the
 character string literal. If you use this character string literal in a
-statement, Trafodion SQL returns an error.
+statement, {project-name} SQL returns an error.
 * To specify a single quotation mark within a string literal, use two
 consecutive single quotation marks.
 * To specify a string literal whose length is more than one line,
@@ -2409,7 +2409,7 @@ These are all numeric literals, along with their display format:
 == Null
 
 Null is a special symbol, independent of data type, that represents an
-unknown. The Trafodion SQL keyword NULL represents null. Null indicates
+unknown. The {project-name} SQL keyword NULL represents null. Null indicates
 that an item has no value. For sorting purposes, null is greater than
 all other values. You cannot store null in a column by using INSERT or
 UPDATE, unless the column allows null.
@@ -2453,14 +2453,14 @@ primary key of the table.
 
 Null is the default for a column (other than NOT NULL) unless the column
 definition includes a DEFAULT clause (other than DEFAULT NULL) or the NO
-DEFAULT clause. The default value for a column is the value Trafodion
+DEFAULT clause. The default value for a column is the value {project-name}
 SQL inserts in a row when an INSERT statement omits a value for a
 particular column.
 
 [[null_in_distinct_group_by_and_order_by_clauses]]
 ==== Null in DISTINCT, GROUP BY, and ORDER BY Clauses
 
-In evaluating the DISTINCT, GROUP BY, and ORDER BY clauses, Trafodion
+In evaluating the DISTINCT, GROUP BY, and ORDER BY clauses, {project-name}
 SQL considers all nulls to be equal. Additional considerations for these
 clauses are:
 
@@ -2718,7 +2718,7 @@ values with the same ordinal position in the two lists.) See
 [[when_a_comparison_predicate_is_true]]
 ===== When a Comparison Predicate Is True
 
-Trafodion SQL determines whether a relationship is true or false by
+{project-name} SQL determines whether a relationship is true or false by
 comparing values in corresponding positions in sequence, until it finds
 the first non-equal pair.
 
@@ -2733,35 +2733,35 @@ X=(X1,X2,...,Xn), Y=(Y1,Y2,...,Yn).
 ```
 
 Predicate X=Y is true if for all i=1,&#8230;,n: Xi=Yi. For this predicate,
-Trafodion SQL must look through all values. Predicate X = Y is false if
+{project-name} SQL must look through all values. Predicate X = Y is false if
 for some i Xi<>Yi. When SQL finds non-equal components, it stops and does
 not look at remaining components.
 
-Predicate X<>Y is true if X=Y is false. If X1<>Y1, Trafodion SQL does
+Predicate X<>Y is true if X=Y is false. If X1<>Y1, {project-name} SQL does
 not look at all components. It stops and returns a value of false for
 the X=Y predicate and a value of true for the X<>Y predicate. Predicate
 X<>Y is false if X=Y is true, or for all i=1,&#8230;,n: Xi=Yi. In this
-situation, Trafodion SQL must look through all components.
+situation, {project-name} SQL must look through all components.
 
 Predicate X>Y is true if for some index m Xm>Ym and for all i=1,&#8230;,m-1:
-Xi=Yi. Trafodion SQL does not look through all components. It stops when
+Xi=Yi. {project-name} SQL does not look through all components. It stops when
 it finds the first nonequal components, Xm<>Ym. If Xm>Ym, the predicate
 is true. Otherwise the predicate is false. The predicate is also false
 if all components are equal, or X=Y.
 
 Predicate X>&#61;Y is true if X>Y is true or X=Y is true. In this scenario,
-Trafodion SQL might look through all components and return true if they
+{project-name} SQL might look through all components and return true if they
 are all equal. It stops at the first nonequal components, Xm<>Ym. If
 Xm>Ym, the predicate is true. Otherwise, it is false.
 
 Predicate X<Y is true if for some index m Xm<Ym, and for all i=1,&#8230;,m-1:
-Xi=Yi. Trafodion SQL does not look through all components. It stops when
+Xi=Yi. {project-name} SQL does not look through all components. It stops when
 it finds the first nonequal components Xm<>Ym. If Xm<Ym, the predicate
 is true. Otherwise, the predicate is false. The predicate is also false
 if all components are equal, or X=Y.
 
 Predicate X<&#61;Y is true if X<Y is true or X=Y is true. In this scenario,
-Trafodion SQL might need to look through all components and return true
+{project-name} SQL might need to look through all components and return true
 if they are all equal. It stops at the first non-equal components,
 Xm<>Ym. If Xm<Ym, the predicate is true. Otherwise, it is false.
 
@@ -2773,9 +2773,9 @@ shorter string is padded on the right with spaces (HEX 20) until it is
 the length of the longer string. Both fixed-length and
 variable-length strings are padded in this way.
 
-For example, Trafodion SQL considers the string ‘JOE’ equal to a value
+For example, {project-name} SQL considers the string ‘JOE’ equal to a value
 JOE stored in a column of data type CHAR or VARCHAR of width three or
-more. Similarly, Trafodion SQL considers a value JOE stored in any
+more. Similarly, {project-name} SQL considers a value JOE stored in any
 column of the CHAR data type equal to the value JOE stored in any column
 of the VARCHAR data type.
 
@@ -2791,10 +2791,10 @@ converted to the maximum precision needed anywhere in the expression.
 [[comparing_interval_data]]
 ===== Comparing Interval Data
 
-For comparisons of INTERVAL values, Trafodion SQL first converts the
+For comparisons of INTERVAL values, {project-name} SQL first converts the
 intervals to a common unit.
 
-If no common unit exists, Trafodion SQL reports an error. Two INTERVAL
+If no common unit exists, {project-name} SQL reports an error. Two INTERVAL
 values must be both year-month intervals or both day-time intervals.
 
 [[comparing_multiple_values]]
@@ -2872,7 +2872,7 @@ JOB1_TIME < JOB2_TIME
 Suppose that JOB1_TIME, defined as INTERVAL DAY TO MINUTE, is 2 days 3
 hours, and JOB2_TIME, defined as INTERVAL DAY TO HOUR, is 3 days.
 +
-To evaluate the predicate, Trafodion SQL converts the two INTERVAL
+To evaluate the predicate, {project-name} SQL converts the two INTERVAL
 values to MINUTE. The comparison predicate is true.
 
 
@@ -3129,9 +3129,9 @@ shorter string is padded on the right with spaces (HEX 20) until it is
 the length of the longer string. Both fixed-length and varying-length
 strings are padded in this way.
 
-For example, Trafodion SQL considers the string ‘JOE’ equal to a value
+For example, {project-name} SQL considers the string ‘JOE’ equal to a value
 JOE stored in a column of data type CHAR or VARCHAR of width three or
-more. Similarly, Trafodion SQL considers a value JOE stored in any
+more. Similarly, {project-name} SQL considers a value JOE stored in any
 column of the CHAR data type equal to the value JOE stored in any column
 of the VARCHAR data type.
 
@@ -3144,10 +3144,10 @@ converted to the maximum precision needed anywhere in the expression.
 [[comparing_interval_data]]
 ===== Comparing Interval Data
 
-For comparisons of INTERVAL values, Trafodion SQL first converts the
+For comparisons of INTERVAL values, {project-name} SQL first converts the
 intervals to a common unit.
 
-If no common unit exists, Trafodion SQL reports an error. Two INTERVAL
+If no common unit exists, {project-name} SQL reports an error. Two INTERVAL
 values must be both year-month intervals or both day-time intervals.
 
 
@@ -3312,7 +3312,7 @@ will be returned if this kind of pattern is used in an SQL query.
 ===== Comparing the Pattern to CHAR Columns
 
 Columns of data type CHAR are fixed length. When a value is inserted
-into a CHAR column, Trafodion SQL pads the value in the column with
+into a CHAR column, {project-name} SQL pads the value in the column with
 blanks if necessary. The value 'JOE' inserted into a CHAR(4) column
 becomes 'JOE ' (three characters plus one blank). The LIKE predicate is
 true only if the column value and the comparison value are the same
@@ -3730,17 +3730,17 @@ To manage roles, see these SQL statements:
 == Schemas
 
 The ANSI SQL:1999 schema name is an SQL identifier that is unique for a
-given ANSI catalog name. Trafodion SQL automatically qualifies the
+given ANSI catalog name. {project-name} SQL automatically qualifies the
 schema name with the current default catalog name, TRAFODION.
 
 The logical name of the form _schema.object_ is an ANSI name. The part
 _schema_ denotes the ANSI-defined schema.
 
-To be compliant with ANSI SQL:1999, Trafodion SQL provides support for
+To be compliant with ANSI SQL:1999, {project-name} SQL provides support for
 ANSI object names.
 
 By using these names, you can develop ANSI-compliant applications that
-access all SQL objects. You can access Trafodion SQL objects with the
+access all SQL objects. You can access {project-name} SQL objects with the
 name of the actual object. See <<set_schema_statement,SET SCHEMA Statement>>.
 
 [[creating_and_dropping_schemas]]
@@ -3985,7 +3985,7 @@ represents the data value of a particular field in a particular record.
 Every table must have one or more columns, but the number of rows can be
 zero. No inherent order of rows exists within a table.
 
-You create a Trafodion SQL user table by using the CREATE TABLE
+You create a {project-name} SQL user table by using the CREATE TABLE
 statement. See the <<create_table_statement,CREATE TABLE Statement>>.
 The definition of a user table within the statement includes this information:
 
@@ -3996,22 +3996,22 @@ The definition of a user table within the statement includes this information:
 characteristics of the file that stores the table (for example, the
 storage order of rows within the table)
 
-A Trafodion SQL table is described in an SQL schema and stored as an
-HBase table. Trafodion SQL tables have regular ANSI names in the catalog
-TRAFODION. A Trafodion SQL table name can be a fully qualified ANSI name
-of the form TRAFODION._schema-name.object-name_. A Trafodion SQL
+A {project-name} SQL table is described in an SQL schema and stored as an
+HBase table. {project-name} SQL tables have regular ANSI names in the catalog
+TRAFODION. A {project-name} SQL table name can be a fully qualified ANSI name
+of the form TRAFODION._schema-name.object-name_. A {project-name} SQL
 table’s metadata is stored in the schema TRAFODION."_MD_".
 
-Because Trafodion defines the encodings for column values in Trafodion
-SQL tables, those tables support various Trafodion SQL statements. See
+Because {project-name} defines the encodings for column values in {project-name}
+SQL tables, those tables support various {project-name} SQL statements. See
 <<supported_sql_statements_with_hbase_tables,Supported SQL Statements With HBase Tables>>.
 
-Internally, Trafodion SQL tables use a single HBase column family and
+Internally, {project-name} SQL tables use a single HBase column family and
 shortened column names to conserve space. Their encoding allows keys
 consisting of multiple columns and preserves the order of key values as
 defined by SQL. The underlying HBase column model makes it very easy to
-add and remove columns from Trafodion SQL tables. HBase columns that are
-not recorded in the Trafodion metadata are ignored, and missing columns
+add and remove columns from {project-name} SQL tables. HBase columns that are
+not recorded in the {project-name} metadata are ignored, and missing columns
 are considered NULL values.
 
 [[base_tables_and_views]]


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