New versions: | Old versions: 2.6
Applies to ✅ Open Source Edition ✅ Express Edition ✅ Professional Edition ✅ Enterprise Edition
There are a couple of subclasses for the general Factory. Each SQL dialect has its own dialect-specific factory. For instance, if you're only using the MySQL dialect, you can choose to create a new Factory using any of the following types:
// A general, dialect-unspecific factory Factory create = new Factory(connection, SQLDialect.MYSQL); // A MySQL-specific factory MySQLFactory create = new MySQLFactory(connection);
The advantage of using a dialect-specific Factory lies in the fact, that you have access to more proprietary RDMBS functionality. This may include:
- MySQL's encryption functions
- PL/SQL constructs, pgplsql, or any other dialect's ROUTINE-language (maybe in the future)
Another type of Factory subclasses are each generated schema's factories. If you generate your schema TEST, then you will have access to a TestFactory. By default, such a schema-specific Factory will not render the schema name.