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Oracle® COM Automation Feature Developer's Guide
10g Release 2 (10.2)

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Contents

Title and Copyright Information

Preface

Audience
Documentation Accessibility
Related Documents
Conventions

What's New in Oracle COM Automation Feature?

Oracle Database 10g Release 2 (10.2) New Features in Oracle COM Automation Feature
Oracle Database 10g Release 1 (10.1) New Features in Oracle COM Automation Feature
Oracle Release 9.2 New Features in Oracle COM Automation Feature
Oracle9i New Features in Oracle COM Automation Feature
Oracle Release 8.1.6 New Features in Oracle COM Automation Feature

1 Introducing Oracle COM Automation Feature

Introduction to Oracle COM Automation Feature
Oracle COM Automation Feature Functionality
Oracle COM Automation Feature for PL/SQL
Oracle COM Automation Feature for Java
Benefits of Oracle COM Automation Feature
Oracle COM Automation Feature Architecture
PL/SQL Architecture
Invoking COM Automation External Procedure APIs
Architectural Impact on Availability Issues
Java Architecture
Reliability

2 Installing and Configuring Oracle COM Automation Feature

Oracle COM Automation Feature Components
PL/SQL Components
Java Components
System Requirements
Migration from Oracle9i to Oracle Database 10g
Migration from Oracle8i to Oracle Database 10g
Configurations for Oracle COM Automation Feature
Configuring Oracle COM Automation Feature for PL/SQL
Configuring Oracle COM Automation Feature for Java
Configuring the Listener for PL/SQL
Troubleshooting Listener Problems
Support for DCOM
Configurations for the Computer Running the Database Instance
Setting Services to a Domain User
Configuring the Computer Containing the Remote Object

3 Oracle COM Automation Feature Core Functionality

Datatype Conversions
Datatype Conversion for PL/SQL
Datatype Conversion for Java
HRESULT Error Codes
PL/SQL Use of HRESULT
Java Use of HRESULT
Oracle COM Automation for Java Exception Handling
Typical COM Automation Functionality
Information Required for COM Objects
OLE/COM Object Viewer
Using COM Automation Feature APIs
Application Programming Interfaces
PL/SQL APIs
Java APIs
PL/SQL APIs
CreateObject
DestroyObject
GetLastError
GetProperty
SetProperty
InitArg
InitOutArg
GetArg
SetArg
Invoke
Java APIs
Automation Constructor
Create
Destroy
GetProperty
SetProperty
InitArg
SetArg
Invoke
Currency Constructor
Get
Set

4 Oracle COM Automation PL/SQL Demos

Overview of PL/SQL Demos
Microsoft Word Demo
Installing the Microsoft Word Demo
Using the Microsoft Word Demo
Core Functionality
Microsoft Excel Demo
Installing the Microsoft Excel Demo
Using the Microsoft Excel Demo
Core Functionality
Microsoft PowerPoint Demo
Installing the Microsoft PowerPoint Demo
Using the Microsoft PowerPoint Demo
Core Functionality
MAPI Demo
Setting Up the Environment to Use the MAPI Demo
Preparing to Install MAPI Demo
Installing the MAPI Demo
Using the MAPI Demo
Core Functionality

5 Oracle COM Automation Java Demos

Oracle COM Automation Feature Java Demos Overview
Microsoft Word Java Demo
Installing the Microsoft Word Java Demo
Using the Microsoft Word Java Demo
Creating a Custom Application
Core Functionality

A COM Automation Error Messages

Oracle COM Automation Feature, PL/SQL Errors
Microsoft COM Automation Errors

Glossary

Index