name mode size
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db_berkeley 040000
db_redis 040000
db_sqlite 040000
dbcassandra 040000
dbtext 040000
dbtextdb 040000
mongodb 040000
mysql 040000
oracle 040000
postgres 040000
xhttp_pi 040000
Makefile 100644 12.44kB
README 100644 268B
kamctl 100755 64.59kB
kamctl.8 100644 1.09kB
kamctl.base 100644 20.75kB
kamctl.ctlbase 100644 2.8kB
kamctl.db_berkeley 100644 1.24kB
kamctl.dbtext 100644 663B
kamctl.mysql 100644 1.72kB
kamctl.oracle 100644 2.69kB
kamctl.pgsql 100644 1.81kB
kamctl.rpcfifo 100644 6.37kB
kamctl.ser 100644 988B
kamctl.sqlbase 100644 5.25kB
kamctl.sqlite 100644 1.15kB
kamctlrc 100644 4.16kB
kamdbctl 100755 10.85kB
kamdbctl.8 100644 1.23kB
kamdbctl.base 100644 6.48kB
kamdbctl.db_berkeley 100644 14.31kB
kamdbctl.dbtext 100644 2.43kB
kamdbctl.mysql 100644 10.13kB
kamdbctl.oracle 100644 7.73kB
kamdbctl.pgsql 100644 7.61kB
kamdbctl.sqlite 100644 3.15kB
kamdbfunc.oracle 100644 1.22kB
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.