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Firebird: RDB$RELATIONS.RDB$RELATION_TYPE and when it can be null

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/09/11

The RDB$RELATIONS.RDB$RELATION_TYPE was introduced in Firebird 2.1 with these enumeration values:

enum rel_t {
    rel_persistent = 0,
    rel_view = 1,
    rel_external = 2,
    rel_virtual = 3,
    rel_global_temp_preserve = 4,
    rel_global_temp_delete = 5
};

You should access it assuming NULL means zero (0), so you better treat it using [WayBackCOALESCE() like COALESCE(RDB$RELATIONS.RDB$RELATION_TYPE, 0).

Background information:

–jeroen

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