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Can DatabaseMetaData return physical file names for MS SQL db?

Posted on 2007-11-19
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I'm trying to return the physical file names of MS SQL data and log files.  (Like "C:\MyDir\MyData.mdf").  Someone suggested using SYSALTFILES, but it requires extra authority.  Does anyone know if it's possible through DatabaseMetaData, or some other way throught JDBC?

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