Records the domains in the database.
System identifier for the domain. System identifier for the collation for a domain associated with a character set. Identifies the data type of the domain.
Can be one of the following:
For interval data types, this is a character string specifying the interval qualifier for the named interval data type, see the Mimer SQL Reference Manual.For other data types it is the NULL value. For a character data type, this shows the maximum length in characters.For all other data types it is the NULL value. For a character data type, this shows the maximum length in octets.For all other data types it is the NULL value. (For single octet character sets, this is the same as CHAR_MAX_LENGTH). For numeric data types, this shows the total number of decimal digits allowed in the column.For all other data types it is the NULL value. NUMERIC_PREC_RADIX indicates the units of measurement. This defines the total number of significant digits to the right of the decimal point.For INTEGER and SMALLINT, this is 0.For CHARACTER, CHARACTER VARYING, DATETIME, FLOAT, INTERVAL, REAL and DOUBLE PRECISION data types, it is the NULL value. For numeric data types, the value 10 is shown because NUMERIC_PRECISION specifies a number of decimal digits.For all other data types it is the NULL value.NUMERIC_PRECISION and NUMERIC_PREC_RADIX can be combined to calculate the maximum number that the column can hold. For DATE, TIME, TIMESTAMP and interval data types, this column contains the number of digits of precision for the fractional seconds component.For other data types it is the NULL value. For interval data types, this is the number of significant digits for the interval leading precision, see the Mimer SQL Reference Manual. Length in bytes of value.
If the default value is a DATE, TIME or TIMESTAMP, the value shown is the appropriate keyword (e.g. DATE) followed by the literal representation of the value enclosed in single quotes, see Mimer SQL Reference Manual for a description of DATE, TIME and TIMESTAMP literals.
"NO" = There are no constraints for the domain
"YES" = There are constraints for the domain.
"NO" = Tables using this domain can not be used with the level 2 interface
"YES" = The use of this domain does not prohibit the table being used with the level 2 interface.
Primary key: DOMAIN_SYSID
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