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23.14. The INFORMATION_SCHEMA ROUTINES Table

The ROUTINES table provides information about stored routines (both procedures and functions). The ROUTINES table does not include user-defined functions (UDFs) at this time.

The column named “mysql.proc name” indicates the mysql.proc table column that corresponds to the INFORMATION_SCHEMA.ROUTINES table column, if any.

INFORMATION_SCHEMA Name mysql.proc Name Remarks
SPECIFIC_NAME specific_name  
ROUTINE_CATALOG   NULL
ROUTINE_SCHEMA db  
ROUTINE_NAME name  
ROUTINE_TYPE type {PROCEDURE|FUNCTION}
DTD_IDENTIFIER   (data type descriptor)
ROUTINE_BODY   SQL
ROUTINE_DEFINITION body  
EXTERNAL_NAME   NULL
EXTERNAL_LANGUAGE language NULL
PARAMETER_STYLE   SQL
IS_DETERMINISTIC is_deterministic  
SQL_DATA_ACCESS sql_data_access  
SQL_PATH   NULL
SECURITY_TYPE security_type  
CREATED created  
LAST_ALTERED modified  
SQL_MODE sql_mode MySQL extension
ROUTINE_COMMENT comment MySQL extension
DEFINER definer MySQL extension

Notes:

  • MySQL calculates EXTERNAL_LANGUAGE thus:

    • If mysql.proc.language='SQL', EXTERNAL_LANGUAGE is NULL

    • Otherwise, EXTERNAL_LANGUAGE is what is in mysql.proc.language. However, we do not have external languages yet, so it is always NULL.


 
 
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