Bump. Anyone have any ideas?

On Tuesday, October 11, 2016 at 3:33:49 PM UTC-6, Kai Waldron wrote:
>
> Using Jooq version 3.8.4:
>
> Scenario for this is a jooq.xml that has a the following generator snippet:
>
>    <generator>
>         <name>org.jooq.util.JavaGenerator</name>
>
>         <database>
>             <name>org.jooq.util.postgres.PostgresDatabase</name>
>             <schemata>
>                 <schema>
>                     <inputSchema>master</inputSchema>
>                     <outputSchema>master</outputSchema>
>                 </schema>
>                 <schema>
>                     <inputSchema>model</inputSchema>
>                     <outputSchemaToDefault>true</outputSchemaToDefault>
>                 </schema>
>             </schemata>
>       ...
>    </generator>
>
> Issue I'm seeing is when the "model" schema has outputSchemaToDefault set 
> to true, the master schema gets generated (if I watch the file system), and 
> then deleted. The "model" schema does get generated to the _ directory. 
>
> If I comment out <outputSchemaToDefault>true</outputSchematoDefault> the 
> master schema generates correctly and is not deleted, but then of course 
> the model schema is now qualified with model..which we don't want. Any 
> ideas on how to get this combination to play nicely together?
>
> Thanks,
> Kai
>

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