By Melnick J.
The Oracle name Interface (OCI) is an program programming interface (API) that enables purposes written in С or C++ to have interaction with a number of Oracle database servers. OCI provides your courses the potential to accomplish the total diversity of database operations which are attainable with an Oracle database server, together with SQL assertion processing and item manipulation.
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Support for fixed-width Unicode. ■ OCIThread package for thread manipulation. ■ Ability to register user-created callback functions. ■ Enhanced application failover processing ability. ■ Support for publish/subscribe notification. ■ No-wait locking option for objects. ■ Ability to detect object changes when flushing. ■ Support for temporary LOBs. ■ Enhancements to LOB support. ■ l Enhanced array DML statement execution allowing all errors to be returned in a batch. RETURNING support. ■ Ability to create objects based on object views or user-created object IDs.
Chapter 3, "Datatypes", describes datatypes used in OCI applications and within the server. Chapter 4, "Using SQL Statements in OCI", discusses how to process SQL statements using OCI. Chapter 5, "Binding and Defining", discusses bind and define operations in detail. Chapter 6, "Describing Schema Metadata", discusses the OCIDescribeAny() function. Chapter 7, "LOB and FILE Operations", discusses the OCI functions that perform operations on large objects (LOBs) in a database and external LOBs. Chapter 8, "Managing Scalable Platforms", discusses password and session management, middle-tier applications, and externally initialized context.
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