Can I use… SHA2-512 (Algorithm) in SQL


Apache DerbyBigQueryDb2 (LUW)H2MariaDBMySQLOracle DBPostgreSQLSQL ServerSQLitesha512(<input>)sha2(<input>, 512)hash(<input>, 3)hashbytes('SHA2_512', <input>)standard_hash(<input>, 'SHA512')

Note that these function might return the hash value differently in different SQL dialects — e.g. as binary value or hex encoded character string where the letters A-F might appear in upper or lower case.

Normative References

The SQL-Standard ISO/IEC 9075-2 does not define functions to calculate SHA2-512 hash values.

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