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From Thomas Fischer <fisc...@seitenbau.net>
Subject Antwort: JDBC->Xml Generation on Oracle 9i doesn't include indexes?
Date Fri, 03 Mar 2006 18:47:16 GMT

Torque uses the information in the Database connection's metadata to obtain
information about the tables, because that is the only standardized way to
get that information via jdbc. I would strongly suspect that the
information about functions, packages and procedures is not contained
there. Besides, Torque does not know about these, so it would throw the
information away anyway.
I am not so sure about indexes, though. I have seen this question asked a
few times in the past and I do not remember it got answered thoroughly.
Looking at
 the information could be in the metadata. It is quite probable this is
simply not implemented. Patches are welcome !


"Mark Bjerga" <Mark.Bjerga@jobpartners.com> schrieb am 02.03.2006 15:01:33:

> Hi,
> I've just tried to use the JDBC->Xml generation functionality to
> generate an XML doc for our schema. Unfortunately, it appears it doesn't
> include information about the indexes, functions, packages and
> procedures!
> It is running against Oracle 9.2.x. I used an Oracle Type4 JDBC driver.
> I can use Squirrel with the same driver and see the indexes, packages,
> functions and procedures. Is there any particular reason why Torque Gen
> 3.2 doesn't put that information into the XML schema?
> Thanks,
> Mark
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