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From "Grey.Lee" <Lee.G...@SunTrust.com>
Subject JDBC to XML ant task
Date Mon, 19 Apr 2004 00:38:59 GMT
When I stumbled on the Wiki, I saw a brief mention of the "jdbc" ant target, which seems to
read an existing JDBC connection and reverse-engineer the torque XML to match it.  I have
not been able to locate any other mention, nor any documentation on this function.  Is there
any?  Has anyone used it?

One of the things that worries me is wiping out my existing database by not understanding
the subtleties of using Torque.  Is this a legitimate concern?  Which actions can drop tables
or databases?  Do you get the chance to approve or cancel before it happens?


Lee Grey

SunTrust Bank 
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