name mode size
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db_berkeley 040000
db_sqlite 040000
dbcassandra 040000
dbtext 040000
dbtextdb 040000
mysql 040000
oracle 040000
postgres 040000
xhttp_pi 040000
Makefile 100644 12.46kB
README 100644 268B
kamctl 100755 58.83kB
kamctl.8 100644 3.97kB
kamctl.base 100644 18.16kB
kamctl.ctlbase 100644 2.55kB
kamctl.db_berkeley 100644 1.3kB
kamctl.dbtext 100644 670B
kamctl.fifo 100644 3.99kB
kamctl.mysql 100644 1.39kB
kamctl.oracle 100644 2.7kB
kamctl.pgsql 100644 1.44kB
kamctl.ser 100644 995B
kamctl.ser_mi 100644 1.82kB
kamctl.sqlbase 100644 5.07kB
kamctl.sqlite 100644 1.15kB
kamctl.unixsock 100644 2.46kB
kamctlrc 100644 3.75kB
kamdbctl 100755 10.93kB
kamdbctl.8 100644 1.9kB
kamdbctl.base 100644 6.52kB
kamdbctl.db_berkeley 100644 14.79kB
kamdbctl.dbtext 100644 2.43kB
kamdbctl.mysql 100644 13.7kB
kamdbctl.oracle 100644 7.74kB
kamdbctl.pgsql 100644 7.36kB
kamdbctl.sqlite 100644 3.16kB
kamdbfunc.oracle 100644 1.23kB
README
SQL creation *must* follow the naming pattern <tablename>-create.sql where <tablename> corresponds to the name of the database table. Please use underscores ("_") instead of dashes ("-") in database table names to ensure compatibility with all types of databases.