custom sql dialect

the company I work for makes extensive use of Composite (http://www.compositesw.com/), which exposes its underlying data via odbc/jdbc.  The driver, though, has its own weird sql syntax that may not even be SQL-99 or SQL-2003 compliant.  Is there there a way, though, to support it in PyCharm with a custom dialect?
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Yep! We also have a similar problem but with own dialect. Is there a way to write custom dialect by ourselves or at least attach something like command-line linter to highlight errors?

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