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Oracle® C++ Call Interface Programmer's Guide,
11g Release 1 (11.1)

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Common OCCI Constants

Table 13-2 defines the common constants used by all OCCI classes. Constants that are defined for use within specific classes are summarized at the beginning of class-specific sections.

Table 13-2 Enumerated Values Used by All OCCI Classes

Attribute Options
LockOptions
  • OCCI_LOCK_NONE clears the lock setting on the Ref object.

  • OCCI_LOCK_X indicates that the object should be locked, and to wait for the lock to be available if the object is locked by another session.

  • OCCI_LOCK_X_NOWAIT indicates that the object should be locked, and returns an error if it is locked by another session.

CharSetForm
  • OCCI_SQLCS_IMPLICIT indicates that the local database character set should be used.

  • OCCI_SQLCS_NCHAR indicates that the local database NCHAR set should be used.

  • OCCI_SQLCS_EXPLICIT indicates that the character set is specified explicitly.

  • OCCI_SQLCS_FLEXIBLE means that the character set is a PL/SQL flexible parameter.

ReturnStatus
  • OCCI_SUCCESS indicates that the call has been made successfully (transaction failover mode).

  • FO_RETRY indicates that the call should be retried (transaction failover mode).