The set of system tables in a database that describe the shape of the database. Also known as a schema or data dictionary.
A set of tables and views that contain information about tables, packages, views, indexes, and constraints. The catalog views in QSYS2 contain information about all tables, packages, views, indexes, and constraints on the iSeries server. Additionally, an SQL schema will contain a set of these views that only contains information about tables, packages, views, indexes, and constraints only in the schema.
Design environments contain catalogs as repositories for design cases. For large catalogs, accessing mechanisms are needed to find examples which are relevant to the task at hand.
a database of product information
a document index containing information about a document, but not the actual document
a file-system location containing MrSID images and DjVu documents
a flatfile database that contains selected NDS database information
an index of documents that contains information about the documents
a text file that contains a sequence of entries
A database object that contains one or more schemas.
Window that contains scene elements. Drag elements from the Catalog and drop them into the Scene Preview or Scene Contents window to add them to a scene.
A container of individually selectable units of Windows CE functionality.
A set of tables and views maintained by the database manager. These tables and views contain information such as descriptions of tables, views, and packages.