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From Dyre.Tjeldv...@Sun.COM
Subject Re: 10.1 branch created / please review open 10.1 JIRA issues
Date Sat, 11 Jun 2005 19:09:37 GMT
Peter Nabbefeld <Peter.Nabbefeld@gmx.de> writes:


> Is the default schema the owner of the trigger then? Or why is the
> default schema needed, if I set a trigger on a table in a non-default
> schema?

Creating a trigger reequires a "compile schema". And the default
schema is used. (Even if you write something like CREATE TRIGGER

>> A schema that is being used but does not exist (has not been
>> created persistently) has a null UUID.
>> JDBC Connection's don't have a UUID that represents the identity of
>> the
>> owner. Derby's engine code is centered around the
>> LanguageConnectionContext (LCC) and not the JDBC Connection object. The
>> JDBC object could be seen as just a wrapper on top of LCC. Thus most of
>> the connection's state that is relevant to the SQL language layer is
>> held in the LCC.
> I cannot find any UUID getter methods neither in LLC nor its
> superclass, while from my point of view there should exist some ...





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