Generating the DDL for a database

The dblook utility generates all of the following objects when generating the DDL for a database.

When dblook runs against a database that has jar files installed, it creates a new directory, called DERBYJARS, within the current directory, where it keeps copies of all of the jar files it encounters. In order to run the generated DDL as a script, this DERBYJARS directory must either

The dblook utility ignores any objects that have system schemas (for example, SYS), since DDL is not able to directly create or modify system objects.

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Using dblook
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dblook options
dblook examples