Hi, Is possible to do something equivalent to this with JDBC driver?
INSERT INTO TableX (Field1, Field2, Field3) VALUES (1, "xxx", "A"), (2, "yyy", "A");
In developer studio fails.
Afraid this is not implemented in Progress SQL, although introduced in SQL92 not many database vendors support this and others have their own approaches like Oracle's INSERT ALL in PL/SQL :)
Off the top of my head, I cannot answer this question for all databases. However, I am aware of support for this syntax in PostgreSQL. I imagine that this means that Redshift and Greeplum also support it.
As for the more traditional databases (Oracle, SQLServer, etc.), I don't really know. A search and scan of the SQL syntax reference guides for those databases will likely answer your question.
Are you interested in using this syntax mostly for OpenEdge? If so, take a look at the OpenEdge SQL syntax reference guide at:
On page 39 of that guide, the INSERT syntax is summarized. It does NOT seem to suggest support for that syntax.
Hope this helps.