On 8/30/13 7:46 AM, Dan Kimmel wrote:
. . .
E F Codd's fifth rule (rule no. 4) says that to be a relational
database a system must have a catalog of its parts that can be
queried using the same language used for querying ordinary tables.
. . .
So, the JDBC standard doesn't need to provide any methods for
querying for a list of schemas as SQL itself already has defined
them.

Fascinating!

Or to quote an old exchange between Groucho and Margaret Dumont,
"I'm fascinated!"
"I'm fascinated too. Right here on the arm."

--
JHHL

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