Uses of Class

Packages that use Sequence
org.apache.openjpa.jdbc.schema OpenJPA-JDBC Schema Management 
org.apache.openjpa.jdbc.sql OpenJPA-JDBC SQL Abstraction 

Uses of Sequence in org.apache.openjpa.jdbc.schema

Methods in org.apache.openjpa.jdbc.schema that return Sequence
 Sequence Schema.addSequence(DBIdentifier name)
 Sequence Schema.addSequence(String name)
 Sequence SchemaGroup.findSequence(DBIdentifier name)
 Sequence LazySchemaFactory.findSequence(DBIdentifier name)
 Sequence SchemaGroup.findSequence(QualifiedDBIdentifier path)
 Sequence LazySchemaFactory.findSequence(QualifiedDBIdentifier name)
 Sequence SchemaGroup.findSequence(Schema inSchema, QualifiedDBIdentifier path)
 Sequence SchemaGroup.findSequence(Schema inSchema, String name)
 Sequence SchemaGroup.findSequence(Sequence seq)
          Find the equivalent of the given sequence in this schema group.
 Sequence SchemaGroup.findSequence(String name)
 Sequence LazySchemaFactory.findSequence(String name)
 Sequence Schema.getSequence(DBIdentifier name)
 Sequence Schema.getSequence(String name)
 Sequence[] XMLSchemaSerializer.getSequences()
 Sequence[] Schema.getSequences()
          Return the schema's sequences.
 Sequence Schema.importSequence(Sequence seq)
          Import a sequence from another schema.
protected  Sequence SchemaGroup.newSequence(DBIdentifier name, Schema schema)
protected  Sequence SchemaGroup.newSequence(String name, Schema schema)

Methods in org.apache.openjpa.jdbc.schema with parameters of type Sequence
 void XMLSchemaSerializer.addSequence(Sequence seq)
 int Sequence.compareTo(Sequence other)
 boolean SchemaTool.createSequence(Sequence seq)
          Add the given sequence to the database schema.
 boolean SchemaTool.dropSequence(Sequence seq)
          Drop the given sequence from the database schema.
 Sequence SchemaGroup.findSequence(Sequence seq)
          Find the equivalent of the given sequence in this schema group.
 Sequence Schema.importSequence(Sequence seq)
          Import a sequence from another schema.
 boolean SchemaGroup.isKnownSequence(Sequence seq)
          Return true if the given sequence is known to exist.
 boolean XMLSchemaSerializer.removeSequence(Sequence seq)
 boolean Schema.removeSequence(Sequence seq)
          Remove the given sequence from the schema.

Uses of Sequence in org.apache.openjpa.jdbc.sql

Methods in org.apache.openjpa.jdbc.sql that return Sequence
protected  Sequence[] DBDictionary.getSequence(ResultSet rs)
          This method is to provide override for non-JDBC or JDBC-like implementation of getting sequence from the result set.
 Sequence[] DBDictionary.getSequences(DatabaseMetaData meta, DBIdentifier catalog, DBIdentifier schemaName, DBIdentifier sequenceName, Connection conn)
 Sequence[] DBDictionary.getSequences(DatabaseMetaData meta, String catalog, String schemaName, String sequenceName, Connection conn)
protected  Sequence IngresDictionary.newSequence(ResultSet sequenceMeta)
          Overrides DBDictionary's newSequence method; trims the sequence name.
protected  Sequence FirebirdDictionary.newSequence(ResultSet sequenceMeta)
          Call super implementation and trim sequence name.
protected  Sequence DBDictionary.newSequence(ResultSet sequenceMeta)
          Create a new sequence from the information in the schema metadata.

Methods in org.apache.openjpa.jdbc.sql with parameters of type Sequence
 SQLBuffer SQLBuffer.append(Sequence seq)
 String[] PostgresDictionary.getCreateSequenceSQL(Sequence seq)
 String[] OracleDictionary.getCreateSequenceSQL(Sequence seq)
 String[] FirebirdDictionary.getCreateSequenceSQL(Sequence seq)
          Return either CREATE SEQUENCE <sequence name> or CREATE GENERATOR <sequence name>.
 String[] DBDictionary.getCreateSequenceSQL(Sequence seq)
          Return a series of SQL statements to create the given sequence.
 String[] DB2Dictionary.getCreateSequenceSQL(Sequence seq)
 String[] FirebirdDictionary.getDropSequenceSQL(Sequence seq)
          On Firebird 1.5 return DROP GENERATOR <sequence name>.
 String[] DBDictionary.getDropSequenceSQL(Sequence seq)
          Return a series of SQL statements to drop the given sequence.
 String DBDictionary.getFullName(Sequence seq)
          Returns the full name of the sequence, including the schema (delimited by the result of DBDictionary.catalogSeparator).

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