Subject Re: FBTrace: What are "dyn requests"
Author Dmitry Yemanov
28.03.2017 17:41, 'Leyne, Sean' Sean@... wrote:
> What is it with developers, why can't they make things obvious without need to dig very deep!
> It would have taken no effort to have replace "dyn" with "ddl" and had a self-describing config file!

DYN is a legacy DDL language. In the old times, all DDL was converted to
DYN and then executed as byte code. Now DDL is executed natively, but
DYN still can be executed via legacy API calls.

So, strictly speaking, DYN = DDL is not always true.