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Re: dbschema
Posted by: Devesh Patel
Date: June 08, 2005 09:57AM

Hi Bob,
Informix DBSCHEMA utility will provide you database schema.
It is very simple to use
dbschema -d <databasename> <outputfile name>

For example you want to see all tables definations in 'stores' database

dbschema -d stores

If you want to capture all tables definations in 'stores' database in 'stores.sql' file:

dbschema -d stores ./stores.sql

for more information on dbschema and other informix utilities please refer to IBM website:

They also have online manuals on their web site.

Hope this helps.

Devesh Patel, Senior Consultant
MySQL Inc.
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