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Bisso J.F. — Programmer's Guide to the Oracle Call Interface
Bisso J.F. — Programmer's Guide to the Oracle Call Interface



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Название: Programmer's Guide to the Oracle Call Interface

Автор: Bisso J.F.

Язык: en

Рубрика: Руководства по программному обеспечению/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Год издания: 1995

Количество страниц: 578

Добавлена в каталог: 10.05.2014

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Предметный указатель
Ada      1-3
Ada OCI, not covered in this guide      1-4
Address parameters in COBOL      5-3
Address parameters in FORTRAN      6-2
Application server, connection      2-55
Application server, developing using the OCIs      2-53
Array, maximum size      2-30
Array, query example      4-70
Array, restrictions when using PL/SQL      2-52
Array, standard, use of skip parameter      2-46
Arrays of structures      2-44
Arrays of structures, determining skip parameter      2-45
Arrays of structures, fetch code example      4-41
Arrays of structures, indicator variables      2-47
Arrays of structures, insert code example      4-7
Arrays of structures, skip parameter      2-45
Arrays of structures, using OBINDPS and ODEFINPS      2-44
Bind operation      1-4
Bind operation for piecewise operations      2-40
Bind operations, for arrays of structures      2-44
Blank-padded strings      see "Strings"
Blocking mode      2-20
C header files, listing of      A-2
C++, sample program      A-57
C/C++      1-3
Canceling an OCI call, using OBREAK      2-30
Canceling OCI call, using the operating system interrupt      2-30
CDA      see "Cursor data area"
cdemo1.c, listing of      A-19
cdemo2.c, listing of      A-27
cdemo3.c, listing of      A-37
cdemo4.c, listing of      A-43
cdemo5.c, listing of      A-51
cdemo6.cc, listing of      A-57
cdemo6.h, listing of      A-16
CHAR datatype, converting to numeric      3-16
CHAR datatype, external      3-16
CHAR datatype, internal      3-6
Character strings as special parameter      2-28
Character strings in COBOL      5-3
Character strings, length parameter for      6-3
Character strings, null-terminated      3-12
Character strings, passed as literal      2-28
CHARZ datatype, external      3-17
COBOL      1-3
Coding rules      2-28
Compilers, avoiding problems      2-31
compiling      1-4 G-2
Connections, multiple      2-20
control statements      see "Transaction"
Cursor      see "Cursor data area"
Cursor data area      2-2
Cursor data area, description      2-4
Cursor data area, fields in      2-5
Cursor data area, flags field      2-9
Cursor data area, internal ROWID field      2-9 G-2
Cursor data area, length of fields varies      2-5
Cursor data area, OCI function code field      2-8
Cursor data area, OSD error code field      2-10
Cursor data area, parse error offset field      2-7
Cursor data area, return code field      2-8
Cursor data area, rows processed count      2-7
Cursor data area, size varies      G-2
Cursor data area, SQL function code field      2-7
Cursor data area, system dependencies      G-2
Cursor data area, V2 return code field      2-6
Cursor variable      2-50
CURSOR VARIABLE datatype, external      3-17
Cursor variables, sample program      A-51
Cursors, closing      2-27
Cursors, opening      2-21
Data conversion table      3-19
Data definition language, executed when parsed      2-21 4-63 4-98 5-58 5-87 6-55 6-80
Data definition language, statements      2-11
Data Manipulation Language      2-21
Data manipulation language, statements      2-11 2-12
Data structures, defining      2-20
Data structures, system dependencies      G-3
Datatype codes, external      3-3
Datatype codes, internal      3-2 3-3
DATE datatype, external      3-14
DATE datatype, internal      3-5
DDL      see "Data definition language"
Deferred, mode linking      2-15
Deferred, parse      2-15
Deferred, statement execution      2-14 2-15
DEFFLG parameter      2-15
DEFFLG parameter of OPARSE      2-21 4-63 4-98 5-58 5-87 6-55 6-80
Define operation      1-4
Define operation for arrays of structures      2-44
Define operation for piecewise operations      2-42
Developing an OCI program      2-19
DISPLAY datatype, external      3-16
Distributed Transaction Processing      2-53
DML      see "Data manipulation language"
DTP      see "Distributed transaction processing"
Embedded SQL statements, not used in the OCI      2-13
External datatype code      see "Datatype code"
External datatype, CHAR      3-16
External datatype, CHARZ      3-17
External datatype, CURSOR VARIABLE      3-17
External datatype, DATE      3-14
External datatype, DISPLAY      3-16
External datatype, FLOAT      3-12
External datatype, INTEGER      3-12
External datatype, LONG      3-13
External datatype, LONG RAW      3-15
External datatype, LONG VARCHAR      3-16
External datatype, LONG VARRAW      3-16
External datatype, MLSLABEL      3-18
External datatype, NUMBER      3-11
External datatype, PACKED DECIMAL      3-13
External datatype, RAW      3-15
External datatype, ROWID      3-14
External datatype, STRING      3-12
External datatype, UNSIGNED      3-15
External datatype, VARCHAR      3-14
External datatype, VARCHAR2      3-9
External datatype, VARNUM      3-13
External datatype, VARRAW      3-15
Flags field, in cursor data area      2-9
FLOAT datatype, external      3-12
FORTRAN      1-3
Graphical User Interface      2-32
GUI      see "Graphical user interface"
HDA      see "Host data area"
Host data area      2-2 2-20
Host data area and OLOG call      2-38
Host data area, description      2-4
Host data area, initialization      2-4
Indicator parameter      2-30
Indicator variable with arrays of structures      2-47
Indicator variable, assigning value to      2-29
Indicator variable, definition      2-29
Indicator variable, interpreting value of      2-29
Indicator variable, used to insert null into database      2-30
Indicator variable, using to detect null      2-29
Indicator variable, using to detect truncated value      2-29
Input variables, binding address      2-22
Input variables, placeholders      2-22
INTEGER datatype, external      3-12
Integer parameters in C      4-2
Integer parameters in COBOL      5-3
Integer parameters in FORTRAN      6-3
Integer, use of literal as a placeholder in OBNDRN      2-23
Internal datatype code      see "Datatype codes"
Internal datatype, CHAR      3-6
Internal datatype, DATE      3-5
Internal datatype, LONG      3-4
Internal datatype, LONG RAW      3-6
Internal datatype, MLSLABEL      3-6
Internal datatype, NUMBER      3-4
Internal datatype, RAW      3-5
Internal datatype, ROWID      3-4
Internal datatype, VARCHAR2      3-4
Julian date      3-5
keywords      H-3
LDA      see "Logon data area"
length parameter      5-3
Linking      1-4 G-2
Linking, deferred mode      2-15
Linking, non-deferred mode      2-15
Linking, system dependencies      G-3
Literal character strings      2-28
Literal, as parameter      4-3
Logon data area and OLOG call      2-38
Logon data area, defining      2-20
Logon data area, description      2-3
Logon data area, establishing connections with      2-20
Logon data area, system dependencies      G-2
LONG column, maximum width of      3-4
LONG datatype, compared with CHAR      3-4
LONG datatype, external      3-13
LONG datatype, internal      3-4
LONG RAW datatype, external      3-15
LONG RAW datatype, internal      3-6
LONG VARCHAR datatype, external      3-16
LONG VARRAW datatype, external      3-16
MLSLABEL datatype, external      3-18
MLSLABEL datatype, internal      3-6
Mode of a parameter, in C      4-5
Mode of a parameter, in COBOL      5-5
Mode of a parameter, in FORTRAN      6-5
Mode, non-blocking      2-32
Multi-threaded applications, multiple connection example      2-37
Multi-threaded applications, must use olog()      2-38
Multi-threaded applications, programming in OCI      2-38
Multi-threaded applications, single connection example      2-36
Multi-threaded applications, three-tier architectures      2-34
Multi-threaded applications, typical uses      2-34
Multi-threaded development, basic concepts      2-34
Multi-threaded development, code example      4-102 4-106
Multi-threaded development, managing database access      2-35
Multi-threaded development, managing multiple threads      2-35
Multi-threaded development, serial access to connection      2-35
Multi-threaded development, single versus multiple connections      2-35
Multi-threaded development, using OLOGOF      2-38
Multi-threaded development, using OPINIT call      2-38
Multibyte character strings      2-43
Namespaces, reserved by Oracle      H-6
National language support      2-7
NLS      see "National language support"
Non-blank-padded strings      see "Strings"
Non-blocking mode      2-20 2-32
Non-deferred mode linking      2-15
Non-deferred parsing      2-15
Null, ANSI requirement      2-30
Null, detecting      2-29
Null, inserting into database column      2-29
Null, using RCODE to detect when fetched      2-30
Null, when fetched from database      2-30
NUMBER datatype, external      3-11
NUMBER datatype, internal      3-4
OBINDPS, C description      4-6
OBINDPS, COBOL description      5-6
OBINDPS, FORTRAN description      6-6
OBINDPS, optimizing compilers      2-31
OBINDPS, supported in deferred mode      2-46
OBNDRA      2-24
OBNDRA, C description      4-14
OBNDRA, COBOL description      5-12
OBNDRA, FORTRAN description      6-12
OBNDRA, optimizing compilers      2-31
OBNDRN      2-23
OBNDRN, C description      4-22
OBNDRN, COBOL description      5-21
OBNDRN, FORTRAN description      6-20
OBNDRN, optimizing compilers      2-31
OBNDRV, C description      4-22
OBNDRV, COBOL description      5-21
OBNDRV, FORTRAN description      6-20
OBNDRV, optimizing compilers      2-31
OBREAK, C description      4-27
OBREAK, canceling an OCI call      2-30
OBREAK, COBOL description      5-26
OBREAK, FORTRAN description      6-25
OCAN, C description      4-30
OCAN, COBOL description      5-27
OCAN, FORTRAN description      6-26
OCI calls, obsolescent      1-6
OCI calls, obsolete      1-5
OCI data structures      2-2
OCI data structures, defining      2-20
OCI function code      2-8
OCI, definition      1-2
OCI, program structure      2-2
ociapr.h, listing of      A-12
ocidem.h, listing of      A-10
ocidfn.h, listing of      A-8
ocikpr.h, listing of      A-14
OCLOSE, C description      4-31
OCLOSE, COBOL description      5-28
OCLOSE, FORTRAN description      6-27
OCOF, C description      4-32
OCOF, COBOL description      5-29
OCOF, FORTRAN description      6-28
OCOM, C description      4-33
OCOM, COBOL description      5-30
OCOM, FORTRAN description      6-29
OCON, C description      4-34
OCON, COBOL description      5-31
OCON, FORTRAN description      6-30
ODEFIN, C description      4-35
ODEFIN, COBOL description      5-32
ODEFIN, defining select-list items      2-26
ODEFIN, FORTRAN description      6-31
ODEFIN, not used for PL/SQL block      2-48
ODEFIN, optimizing compilers      2-31
ODEFINPS, C description      4-40
ODEFINPS, COBOL description      5-37
ODEFINPS, defining select-list items      2-26
ODEFINPS, FORTRAN description      6-37
ODEFINPS, not used for PL/SQL block      2-48
ODEFINPS, optimizing compilers      2-31
ODEFINPS, supported in deferred mode      2-46
ODESCR, C description      4-48
ODESCR, COBOL description      5-42
ODESCR, defining select-list items      2-26
ODESCR, FORTRAN description      6-42
ODESSP, C description      4-54
ODESSP, COBOL description      5-49
ODESSP, FORTRAN description      6-47
ODSC, C description      D-2
ODSC, COBOL description      E-2
ODSC, FORTRAN description      F-2
ODSC, replace with ODESCR      D-2 E-2 F-2
OERHMS, C description      4-61
OERHMS, COBOL description      5-56
OERHMS, FORTRAN description      6-53
OERMSG, C description      D-5
OERMSG, COBOL description      E-5
OERMSG, FORTRAN description      F-5
OERMSG, replace with OERHMS      D-5 E-5 F-5
OEXEC      2-25
OEXEC, C description      4-63
OEXEC, COBOL description      5-58
OEXEC, fetching a single row      2-26
OEXEC, FORTRAN description      6-55
OEXFET, C description      4-65
OEXFET, COBOL description      5-59
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