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Various objects are available to query the underlying meta data.
select * from qsys2.sysviews where view_owner ='xyz' and TABLE_NAME = 'tab1'
select * from qsys2.systables where table_owner ='xyz' and TABLE_NAME NOT LIKE 'SYS%'
-- Stored Procedures, SIMILAR RESULTS from sysroutines
select * from qsys2.sysprocs where routine_schema ='xyz' and ROUTINE_NAME NOT LIKE 'SYS%'
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useful command line args java org.antlr.Tool http://www.antlr.org/wiki/display/AN...d+line+options
-trace - generate a parser with some tracing statements
-debug - generates a parser that emits debugging information
-print or -report prints out the grammar
Looking into writing an android app that can scan some simple test and process it. Some solutions require installation of the android ndk in addition to the sdk. The native development kit (ndk) allows you to compile languages like C++ into a native .so library.
The ndk is required to get a shared library build for the Tesseract OCR engine. ref: tesseract ocr project at code.google. You may be able to find prebuilt binaries if lucky. You'll need the GCC compiler and cygwin to...