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PB 11.2 (4316) SyntaxFromSql() and Extended Attributes (Oracle 10g)

2 posts in DataWindow Last posting was on 2009-10-16 10:28:56.0Z
Stéphane T Posted on 2009-10-15 16:43:23.0Z
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Subject: PB 11.2 (4316) SyntaxFromSql() and Extended Attributes (Oracle 10g)
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Folks,

I was just wondering if anybody else has come across an issue where
the Extended Attributes are not picked up by the syntaxfromsql()/Create
() in PB 11.2 but they work fine if I use PB 9 (8004) with Oracle 84,
9i

Any help would be very appreciated...

Thanks
-S-


Stéphane T Posted on 2009-10-16 10:28:56.0Z
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Subject: Re: PB 11.2 (4316) SyntaxFromSql() and Extended Attributes (Oracle 10g)
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On Oct 15, 12:43 pm, Stéphane T <thib...@magma.ca> wrote:
> Folks,
>
> I was just wondering if anybody else has come across an issue where
> the Extended Attributes are not picked up by the syntaxfromsql()/Create
> () in PB 11.2 but they work fine if I use PB 9 (8004) with Oracle 84,
> 9i
>
> Any help would be very appreciated...
>
> Thanks
> -S-

All good... DBA has db set to needing the schema name qualifier....

thanks
-S-