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Getting capture-schema (J2EE) to work with MaxDB

I am trying to achieve the above but the generated schema seems to have problems in the 'elms' part of the schema. I have compared it with deploytool generated schemas which are larger. If I had to guess I would say that the data regarding columns is not being properly read from the database via JDBC. Does anyone have experience of either this problem or a working J2EE (Sun Appserver) installation with MaxDB?

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  • Posted on May 17, 2004 at 02:19 PM

    Hello John,

    as you said you do some export (capture) of the schema, and later compare that with the original, it would be helpful and is necessary to look where exactly the differences are, i.e. what exactly is missing or incorrect (are only some tables missing, are some indexes missing etc.).

    Also you should observe whether some database error had

    occured in the export (capture), and if yes, what it was.


    Alexander Schröder

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