CURRENT SCHEMA

CURRENT SCHEMA returns the schema name used to qualify unqualified database object references.

Note: CURRENT SCHEMA and CURRENT SQLID are synonyms.

These functions return a string of up to 128 characters.

Syntax

CURRENT SCHEMA

-- or, alternately:

CURRENT SQLID

Example

-- Set the name column default to the current schema:
CREATE TABLE mytable (id int, name VARCHAR(128) DEFAULT CURRENT SQLID)
-- Inserts default value of current schema value into the table:
INSERT INTO mytable(id) VALUES (1)
-- Returns the rows with the same name as the current schema:
SELECT name FROM mytable WHERE name = CURRENT SCHEMA