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object_id.h
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23 #ifndef DD__OBJECT_ID_INCLUDED
24 #define DD__OBJECT_ID_INCLUDED
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26 namespace dd {
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28 ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
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30 typedef unsigned long long Object_id;
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32 /**
33  The default object ID which represents that the DD object is
34  new and not persistent in dictionary tables yet.
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38 ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
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40 } // namespace dd
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42 #endif // DD__OBJECT_ID_INCLUDED
const Object_id INVALID_OBJECT_ID
The default object ID which represents that the DD object is new and not persistent in dictionary tab...
Definition: object_id.h:36
unsigned long long Object_id
Definition: object_id.h:30
The version of the current data dictionary table definitions.
Definition: dictionary_client.h:39