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How to specify schema owners in Torque?  RSS feed

 
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First, I'm new to the site and pretty new to Java.....apologies in advance if I misuse any terminology!

I've connected successfully to an Oracle9i database using Maven and Torque. Now, I'm getting a "table or view undefined" exception. Easy enough, I figured I'd just specify the schema owner in schema.xml thus:

<table name="HRS1.EMPLOYEE" description="employee" javaName="Employee">
<column name="EMAIL_ADDRESS" required="true" type="VARCHAR2" size="90" description="email address" />
</table>

The generated program in this case comes out as HRS1.EMPLOYEE.class

Of course, the compiler barfs all over that when I try to deploy....I thought the javaName property would solve, but that didn't work.

I realized I could do things on the database side, but that would require begging the DBAs and I'd rather avoid that if possible.

Thanks,

John
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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