JDBC registry entries – PB Docs 126

JDBC registry entries

When you access data through the PowerBuilder JDBC interface, PowerBuilder uses
an internal registry to maintain definitions of SQL syntax, DBMS-specific function
calls, and default DBParm parameter settings for the back-end DBMS.
This internal registry currently includes subentries for SQL Anywhere,
Adaptive Server Enterprise, and Oracle databases.

In most cases you do not need to modify the JDBC entries.
However, if you do need to customize the existing entries or add
new entries, you can make changes to the system registry by editing
the registry directly or executing a registry file. Changes you
introduce in the system registry override the PowerBuilder internal
registry entries. See the egreg.txt file in SAPSharedPowerBuilder for
an example of a registry file you could execute to change entry

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