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package com.mysql.jdbc;

import java.sql.ResultSet;
import java.sql.RowIdLifetime;
import java.sql.SQLException;
import java.sql.Types;
import java.util.ArrayList;

import java.util.List;

import com.mysql.jdbc.Field;

00037 public class JDBC4DatabaseMetaData extends DatabaseMetaData {
      public JDBC4DatabaseMetaData(MySQLConnection connToSet, String databaseToSet) {
            super(connToSet, databaseToSet);

      public RowIdLifetime getRowIdLifetime() throws SQLException {
            return RowIdLifetime.ROWID_UNSUPPORTED;

     * Returns true if this either implements the interface argument or is directly or indirectly a wrapper
     * for an object that does. Returns false otherwise. If this implements the interface then return true,
     * else if this is a wrapper then return the result of recursively calling <code>isWrapperFor</code> on the wrapped
     * object. If this does not implement the interface and is not a wrapper, return false.
     * This method should be implemented as a low-cost operation compared to <code>unwrap</code> so that
     * callers can use this method to avoid expensive <code>unwrap</code> calls that may fail. If this method
     * returns true then calling <code>unwrap</code> with the same argument should succeed.
     * @param interfaces a Class defining an interface.
     * @return true if this implements the interface or directly or indirectly wraps an object that does.
     * @throws java.sql.SQLException  if an error occurs while determining whether this is a wrapper
     * for an object with the given interface.
     * @since 1.6
00061       public boolean isWrapperFor(Class<?> iface) throws SQLException {
            // This works for classes that aren't actually wrapping
            // anything
            return iface.isInstance(this);

     * Returns an object that implements the given interface to allow access to non-standard methods,
     * or standard methods not exposed by the proxy.
     * The result may be either the object found to implement the interface or a proxy for that object.
     * If the receiver implements the interface then that is the object. If the receiver is a wrapper
     * and the wrapped object implements the interface then that is the object. Otherwise the object is
     *  the result of calling <code>unwrap</code> recursively on the wrapped object. If the receiver is not a
     * wrapper and does not implement the interface, then an <code>SQLException</code> is thrown.
     * @param iface A Class defining an interface that the result must implement.
     * @return an object that implements the interface. May be a proxy for the actual implementing object.
     * @throws java.sql.SQLException If no object found that implements the interface 
     * @since 1.6
00081     public <T> T unwrap(java.lang.Class<T> iface) throws java.sql.SQLException {
      try {
            // This works for classes that aren't actually wrapping
            // anything
            return iface.cast(this);
        } catch (ClassCastException cce) {
            throw SQLError.createSQLException("Unable to unwrap to " + iface.toString(), 
                        SQLError.SQL_STATE_ILLEGAL_ARGUMENT, this.conn.getExceptionInterceptor());

       * Retrieves a list of the client info properties 
       * that the driver supports.  The result set contains the following columns
       * <p>
         * <ol>
       * <li><b>NAME</b> String=> The name of the client info property<br>
       * <li><b>MAX_LEN</b> int=> The maximum length of the value for the property<br>
       * <li><b>DEFAULT_VALUE</b> String=> The default value of the property<br>
       * <li><b>DESCRIPTION</b> String=> A description of the property.  This will typically 
       *                                  contain information as to where this property is 
       *                                  stored in the database.
       * </ol>
         * <p>
       * The <code>ResultSet</code> is sorted by the NAME column
       * <p>
       * @return  A <code>ResultSet</code> object; each row is a supported client info
         * property
       * <p>
       *  @exception SQLException if a database access error occurs
       * <p>
       * @since 1.6
00114       public ResultSet getClientInfoProperties()
            throws SQLException {
            // We don't have any built-ins, we actually support whatever
            // the client wants to provide, however we don't have a way
            // to express this with the interface given
            Field[] fields = new Field[4];
            fields[0] = new Field("", "NAME", Types.VARCHAR, 255);
            fields[1] = new Field("", "MAX_LEN", Types.INTEGER, 10);
            fields[2] = new Field("", "DEFAULT_VALUE", Types.VARCHAR, 255);
            fields[3] = new Field("", "DESCRIPTION", Types.VARCHAR, 255);
            ArrayList tuples = new ArrayList();
            return buildResultSet(fields, tuples, this.conn);
    public boolean autoCommitFailureClosesAllResultSets() throws SQLException {
      return false;
     * Retrieves a description of the  system and user functions available 
     * in the given catalog.
     * <P>
     * Only system and user function descriptions matching the schema and
     * function name criteria are returned.  They are ordered by
     * <code>FUNCTION_CAT</code>, <code>FUNCTION_SCHEM</code>,
     * <code>FUNCTION_NAME</code> and 
     * <code>SPECIFIC_ NAME</code>.
     * <P>Each function description has the the following columns:
     *  <OL>
     *      <LI><B>FUNCTION_CAT</B> String => function catalog (may be <code>null</code>)
     *      <LI><B>FUNCTION_SCHEM</B> String => function schema (may be <code>null</code>)
     *      <LI><B>FUNCTION_NAME</B> String => function name.  This is the name 
     * used to invoke the function
     *      <LI><B>REMARKS</B> String => explanatory comment on the function
     * <LI><B>FUNCTION_TYPE</B> short => kind of function:
     *      <UL>
     *      <LI>functionResultUnknown - Cannot determine if a return value
     *       or table will be returned
     *      <LI> functionNoTable- Does not return a table
     *      <LI> functionReturnsTable - Returns a table
     *      </UL>
     *      <LI><B>SPECIFIC_NAME</B> String  => the name which uniquely identifies 
     *  this function within its schema.  This is a user specified, or DBMS
     * generated, name that may be different then the <code>FUNCTION_NAME</code> 
     * for example with overload functions
     *  </OL>
     * <p>
     * A user may not have permission to execute any of the functions that are
     * returned by <code>getFunctions</code>
     * @param catalog a catalog name; must match the catalog name as it
     *        is stored in the database; "" retrieves those without a catalog;
     *        <code>null</code> means that the catalog name should not be used to narrow
     *        the search
     * @param schemaPattern a schema name pattern; must match the schema name
     *        as it is stored in the database; "" retrieves those without a schema;
     *        <code>null</code> means that the schema name should not be used to narrow
     *        the search
     * @param functionNamePattern a function name pattern; must match the
     *        function name as it is stored in the database 
     * @return <code>ResultSet</code> - each row is a function description 
     * @exception SQLException if a database access error occurs
     * @see #getSearchStringEscape 
     * @since 1.6
00182     public java.sql.ResultSet getFunctions(String catalog, String schemaPattern,
                      String functionNamePattern) throws SQLException {
      Field[] fields = new Field[6];
      fields[0] = new Field("", "FUNCTION_CAT", Types.CHAR, 255);
            fields[1] = new Field("", "FUNCTION_SCHEM", Types.CHAR, 255);
            fields[2] = new Field("", "FUNCTION_NAME", Types.CHAR, 255);
            fields[3] = new Field("", "REMARKS", Types.CHAR, 255);
            fields[4] = new Field("", "FUNCTION_TYPE", Types.SMALLINT, 6);
            fields[5] = new Field("", "SPECIFIC_NAME", Types.CHAR, 255);
            return getProceduresAndOrFunctions(
      protected int getJDBC4FunctionNoTableConstant() {
            return functionNoTable;

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