public interface SourceDescriptor
getSourceType()indicates that a script should be a source, then
getScriptSourceInput()identifies the script. The purpose here is also to allow other back-ends (OGM) by simply describing where to find sources rather than defining the sources themselves. The reason being that ultimately the Java type representing a "DDL command" might be different; e.g., String for JDBC.
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
The indicated source type for this target type.
getSourceType()indicates scripts are involved, returns a representation of the script file to read. Otherwise, returns
null. While it is ultimately up to the actual tooling provider, it is generally an error for
getSourceType()to indicate that scripts are involved and for this method to return
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