|Oracle Provider for OLE DB Developer's Guide
Release 9.0.1 for Windows
Part Number A90171-01
The following sections describe the new features in OraOLEDB:
This section contains these topics:
There are some differences between using Oracle9i on Windows 2000 and Windows NT 4.0.
Oracle8i release 8.1.7 included the following:
Consumers can use this feature to access all the
REF CURSORs returned by a stored procedure. See "Multiple Rowsets" .
Using this feature, consumers can use OraOLEDB to access data in multiple languages on the same client computer. It can be especially useful in creating global Internet applications supporting as many languages as the Unicode standard entails. For example, one can write a single Active Server Page (ASP) that accesses an Oracle8i database to dynamically generate content in Japanese, Arabic, English, and Thai. See "Unicode Support" and "Datatype Mappings in Rowsets and Parameters".