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gnue-schema: gnue-schema


gnue-schema - gnue-schema


gnue-schema [ options ] file [, file, ...]


Import GNUe Schema Definition files into a given connection


--connection <connectionname>, -c
Use the connection <connectionname> for creating the schema
--connections <location>
Specifies the location of the connection definition file. <location> may specify a file name (/usr/local/gnue/etc/connections.conf),or a URL location (http://localhost/connections.conf).If this option is not specified, the environent variable GNUE_CONNECTIONS is checked. If neither of them is set, "/home/reinhard/gnue/etc/connections. conf" is used as a default.
--createdb, -d
If this option is set, the database will be created before any schema creation is done. There must be an owner or a username either from the given connection-configuration or from the command line. This user becomes the owner of the database and will be implicitly created.
--debug-file <filename>
Sends all debugging messages to a specified file (e.g., "--debug-file trace.log" sends all output to "trace.log")
--debug-level <level>
Enables debugging messages. Argument specifies the level of messages to display (e.g., "--debug-level 5" displays all debugging messages at level 5 or below.)
--file-only, -f
If this flag is set, only code is sent to the output file and the schema is not created automatically.
Displays this help screen.
Displays a list of valid configuration file entries, their purpose, and their default values.
Display help information related to database connections, including a list of available drivers.
Display all options of interest to core developers.
--mode <both|schema|data>, -m
Mode of operation. If mode is 'schema', only schema creation is done.
 If mode is 'data' only data integration is done.
--output <filename>, -o
Also send the code for creating the schema to this file.
--owner <owner>, -O
If the database is to be created this will be its owner.
--ownerpassword <ownerpwd>, -P
If the database is to be created this will be the password used for the database owner.
--password <password>, -p
Set the password to connect to the database.
Displays no output at all.
--username <user>, -u
Set the username to connect to the database. If the database is to be created and no owner (--owner) is specified, this username will be it's owner.
Displays the version information for this program.
--yes, -y
If this option is set, the program runs in batch-mode, which means all questions are answered with 'yes' automatically.
--debug-gc <logfile>, -g
Debug Python's garbage collection on a SIGUSR1. If the argument is empty 'garbage.log' will be used as logfile.
All python imports are logged to stdout
Run the app inside Python's built-in debugger
Run Python's built-in profiler and display the resulting run statistics.
--selfdoc <type[,subtype]>
Generates self-documentation.
--selfdoc-file <filename>
Specifies the filename that selfdoc should write to. If not provided,
 output is sent to stdout.
--selfdoc-format <format>
Format to output the self-documentation in. Supported formats are dependent on the type of selfdoc being created.
--selfdoc-options <options>
Options specific to individual selfdoc types.


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