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How can I get a list of databases and tables in db?

How can I get a list of databases and tables in db?

How can I get a list of databases and tables in db?

(OP)
Hello all,

what is the command to get a list of the
database and tables in each database in Interbase?

how to list all the indexes, Pk, FK via sql in interbase?

Thank you .

RE: How can I get a list of databases and tables in db?

Hi,

From the command line tool "isql" - use SHOW TABLES

A lot more is possible - if you go to www.ibphoenix.com and to "Main Downloads" there's a link to the "IB6 beta documentation set" - a collection of PDFs with lots of information.

If you want a full-working development IDE - check out InterBase Workbench at www.upscene.com

Martijn Tonies
InterBase Workbench - the developer tool for InterBase and Firebird
http://www.interbaseworkbench.com

RE: How can I get a list of databases and tables in db?

Use

select RDB$RELATION_NAME from RDB$RELATIONS where RDB$RELATION_NAME not like 'RDB$%';

Check system table for more infos

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