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    [FLINK-4108] [scala] Consider ResultTypeQueryable for input formats

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    This PR fixes issues with input formats (i.e. the JDBC input format) in the 
Scala API. Now the API also considers explicit information defines with 

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    This closes #2619
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Date:   2016-10-11T09:19:32Z

    [FLINK-4108] [scala] Consider ResultTypeQueryable for input formats


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