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Any small DB or SW to try SQL Statements

Hi,

We require any small DB or tool where we can run some basic SQL statements with Joins.
It's required for training purpose. Entire Oracle DB installation seems huge for that.
Any suggestions what should I install.

Thanks..
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MS Access can process SQL
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A Java based SQL Client running an embedded HSQLDB would be very small.
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oracle is free for non production environments.
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