Skip Headers

Pro*C/C++ Programmer's Guide
Release 9.2

Part Number A97269-03
Go to Documentation Home
Go to Book List
Book List
Go to Table of Contents
Go to Index
Go to Master Index
Master Index
Go to Feedback page

Go to previous page
Go to next page
View PDF

List of Tables

2-1 Embedded SQL Statements
2-2 Embedded SQL Statements
4-1 Oracle Internal Datatypes
4-2 Oracle External Datatypes
4-3 DATE Format
4-4 C Datatypes for Host Variables
4-5 C to Oracle Datatype Compatibility
4-6 Globalization Support Parameters
5-1 CHAR_MAP Settings
5-2 Default Type Assignments
5-3 SQLLIB Public Functions -- New Names
7-1 Legal Datatype Conversions
8-1 Valid Host Arrays for SELECT INTO
8-2 Host Arrays Valid in an UPDATE
9-1 Predefined Class Codes
9-2 SQLSTATE Status Codes
9-3 SQL Function Codes
10-1 How Macro Option Values Set Micro Option Values
10-2 Precompiler Options
10-3 DBMS and MODE Interaction
11-1 Command Line Options for Connection Pooling
12-1 Values and Effects of the PARSE Option
13-1 Methods for Using Dynamic SQL
14-1 ANSI SQL Datatypes
14-2 DYNAMIC Option Settings
14-3 TYPE_CODE Option Settings
14-4 Definitions of Descriptor Item Names for GET DESCRIPTOR
14-5 Oracle Extensions to Definitions of Descriptor Item Names for GET DESCRIPTOR
14-6 Descriptor Item Names for SET DESCRIPTOR
14-7 Oracle Extensions to Descriptor Item Names for SET DESCRIPTOR
15-1 Oracle Internal Datatypes
15-2 Oracle External Datatypes and Datatype Codes
15-3 Precision and Scale Values for SQL Datatypes
16-1 LOB Access Methods
16-2 Source LOB and Precompiler Datatypes
16-3 LOB Attributes
17-1 Valid Choices for CONTEXT OBJECT OPTION Values
17-2 Using New Database Types in Pro*C/C++
17-3 Using New C Datatypes in Pro*C/C++
18-1 Object and Collection Attributes
18-2 Collection and Host Array Allowable Type Conversions
18-3 Attributes of a COLLECTION DESCRIBE
19-1 Object Datatype Mappings for Object Type Attributes
19-2 Object Datatype Mappings for Collection Types
B-1 Pro*C and C++ Keywords
B-2 Oracle Reserved Namespaces
F-1 Functional Summary of the Embedded SQL Statements and Directives
F-2 Precompiler Directives and Embedded SQL Statements and Clauses