Programming Guide


Chapter 13 . Keywords in Database Drivers

This chapter lists the keywords for Panther's database drivers. Avoid using these keywords as identifiers, particularly for cursors, connections, engines, and transactions. Also, avoid using these keywords when naming Panther variables which will be used in a DBMS statement. Since keywords are not case-sensitive, the following two statements are equivalent:

dbms close_all_connections
DBMS CLOSE_ALL_CONNECTIONS

Table 13-1 Keywords in the database drivers

alias

application

autocommit

begin

binary

browse

call

cancel

catalog_function

catquery

checkpt_interval

close

close_all_connections

commit

completion

conn_string

connect

connected

connection

continue

continue_bottom

continue_down

continue_top

continue_up

create_proc

create_trigger

count

ct_command

ct_cursor

current

cursor

cursors

database

datasource

db

dbms

declare

disconnect

drop_proc

drop_trigger

end

engine

error

error_continue

exec

execute

execute_all

flush

file

for

format

heading

host

interfaces

jpl

locklevel

locktimeout

logon

logoff

max

next

null

occur

off

on

onentry

onerror

onexit

options

out

output

parsing_mode

password

prepare_commit

print

proc

proc_control

query

redirect

return

retvar

rfjournal

rollback

rpc

run

run_default

save

schema

select

select_aliases

separator

serial

server

set

set_buffer

single_step

sql

sqltimeout

start

stop

stop_at_fetch

store

supreps

tee

timeout

to

tranid

transaction

transport

type

unique

update

use

user

using

warn

width