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Bug with DB Schemas -> Tables list with Postgresql
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Tlvenn
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Registered: Mar 2002
Posts: 9

It lists all tables AND indices

I believe it should list tables only.

Latest Cocobase4 version
Postgresql 7.2

03-30-2002 09:01 PM
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admin
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Registered: Apr 2001
Posts: 19

Different JDBC drivers return different 'types' from the
jdbc drivers. By default for PostgreSQL we skip
SYNONYM,VIEW,SEQUENCE

If there is another type that needs to be skipped, you can
add it to your demos\resources\PostgreSQL.properties file
as well.

Normally jdbc drivers don't return indices when jdbc meta
calls are issued getTables() but your particular driver is
probably returning them even though it isn't consistent with
other drivers & databases...

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