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service DatabaseDefinition
Description
could be used as an extension for performing data definition tasks on databases, and to control the access rights on database objects.

It may be implemented by a database driver provider, to encapsulate the complexity of data definition, and to give a common way for data definition as the DDL of most DBMS's differs.

At least, the access to the tables of a database should be implemented. The implementation of other known database objects like views is optional.

To control the access rights of users, there is the possibility to implement objects like users and groups.

Developers Guide
Database - Connections - Understanding Connections - Data Definition

Exported Interfaces - Summary
XTablesSupplier
(referenced entity's summary:)
provides for access to a container of tables, typically used for a database definition object.
XViewsSupplier

The implementation is optional. (details)

XUsersSupplier

The implementation is optional. (details)

XGroupsSupplier

The implementation is optional. (details)

Exported Interfaces - Details
XTablesSupplier
(referenced entity's summary:)
provides for access to a container of tables, typically used for a database definition object.
XViewsSupplier
Usage Restrictions
optional
Description
The implementation is optional.
XUsersSupplier
Usage Restrictions
optional
Description
The implementation is optional.
XGroupsSupplier
Usage Restrictions
optional
Description
The implementation is optional.

 
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