I’ve posted the working code on the Stack Overflow question. Usually your database offers this kind of information in system tables. Post as a guest Name. Bastian baztian said on Ok, I got it working. Here’s the working code:
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But maybe it’s a good idea to extend JayDeBeApi to allow access to general non. But I also want to be able to get a listing of all tables in the database.
I’ve posted the working code on the Stack Overflow question. In the JDBC documentation  it lists the following functions: To get all tables for example use conn.
How to access JDBC Meta Data functions like getColumns or getMetaData
I’m not a python developer, but in Java I use: I can’t test right now, but I think that the call should match the Java getTables method signature, so what about: The advantage jpypr the JDBC-methods is of course the platform independence.
Should I delete it? Any idea why I might be getting this error? So you should find your information here: I updated my SO question to reflect that. Ok, thanks to eltabo and Juan Mellado I figured it out! Here’s jpyle progress and it seems like it should work, but I’m getting hdbc error below.
Sign up using Email and Password. Please try to avoid double posting. It seems like I’m on the right track. I want to be able to get column datatype info for a table.
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I should have mentioned I want to get all the tables too. Sign up using Facebook. And yes, it’s more of a JPype question.