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Do you need a text file for meta data of database

 
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Hi, every one,
I hava a question regard the developer ceritfication.
Do you need a text file to put all field names and field lengths, all separated by "^", then read the information by StringTokenizer to contructor new instances of FieldInfo.
What is the field length, some posts mention it should be char length. For example, how long for carrier, how long for duration.
Thank you very much.
Tom Gan
 
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Hi, every one,
I hava a question regard the developer ceritfication.
Do you need a text file to put all field names and field lengths, all separated by "^", then read the information by StringTokenizer to contructor new instances of FieldInfo.
What is the field length, some posts mention it should be char length. For example, how long for carrier, how long for duration.
Thank you very much.
Tom Gan

I have also used a text file for meta data. but I did not use a ^ symbol instead i just used the made all the field names into single words using java naming convention. it was then tokenized and then based on the dataset provided the lenght of each was set in this file.
Hope this helps
 
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What is the java naming convention you are talking abt? Someone enlighten me.
 
Ajith Kallambella
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PROPER NAMES ARE NOW REQUIRED!!
Read this post for details.
Ajith
 
Anonymous
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Lets say you have a column in the name of destiantion airport all i did was i made a column with the name as destinationAirport, thats the kind os convention I am talking about. No delimiters used. Makes things more complicated that way.
 
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