36.43. sequences
The view
sequences
contains all sequences
defined in the current database. Only those sequences are shown
that the current user has access to (by way of being the owner or
having some privilege).
Table 36.41.
sequences
Columns
Name  Data Type  Description 

sequence_catalog

sql_identifier

Name of the database that contains the sequence (always the current database) 
sequence_schema

sql_identifier

Name of the schema that contains the sequence 
sequence_name

sql_identifier

Name of the sequence 
data_type

character_data

The data type of the sequence. 
numeric_precision

cardinal_number

This column contains the (declared or implicit) precision of
the sequence data type (see above). The precision indicates
the number of significant digits. It can be expressed in
decimal (base 10) or binary (base 2) terms, as specified in the
column
numeric_precision_radix
.

numeric_precision_radix

cardinal_number

This column indicates in which base the values in the columns
numeric_precision
and
numeric_scale
are expressed. The value is
either 2 or 10.

numeric_scale

cardinal_number

This column contains the (declared or implicit) scale of the
sequence data type (see above). The scale indicates the number
of significant digits to the right of the decimal point. It
can be expressed in decimal (base 10) or binary (base 2) terms,
as specified in the column
numeric_precision_radix
.

start_value

character_data

The start value of the sequence 
minimum_value

character_data

The minimum value of the sequence 
maximum_value

character_data

The maximum value of the sequence 
increment

character_data

The increment of the sequence 
cycle_option

yes_or_no

YES
if the sequence cycles, else
NO

Note that in accordance with the SQL standard, the start, minimum, maximum, and increment values are returned as character strings.