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    Gurus: PostgreSQL, MSSQL and Oracle... INFORMATION_SCHEMA

    Ok, I'm working under the assumption that all the major databases (MySQL, PostgreSQL, MSSQL and Oracle) all conform to ANSI/ISO SQL:2003 in that they all implement INFORMATION_SCHEMA in essence.

    However, I'm sure there's probably specific gotcha's that'll, umm, get me.

    I'm really only solid in MySQL, so I'm calling for you PostgreSQL/MSSQL/Oracle gurus to give me any pointers and heads up you can for implementing anything really related to the INFORMATION_SCHEMA for those platforms.

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    Thumbs down I'd like tp know that too

    Im looking for answer to this question. So far it looks like ORACLE foes not support INFORMATION_SCHEMA

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