I can find information about all Schema i have
authority, but i want to find out which schema was
defined in the connection?
is it possible to do that


--- Sarah Poger Gladstone <listmember@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

> Ashish-
> No matter which schema name you use in the
> connection url, you can
> retrieve data from any schema on that system that
> your user profile 
> is authorized for.
> Using your url for connection:
> format=iso;time format=hms;prompt=false"
> you could retrieve data from any schema on the
> machine
> using a single open connection. You are not
> restricted to the schema
> that you provided in the url. It is not even
> required to be specified
> in the connection url.  You could use the url:
> format=iso;time format=hms;prompt=false"
> -Sarah Poger Gladstone
> -Sarah
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