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Oracle® Provider for OLE DB Developer's Guide
12c Release 1 (12.1) for Microsoft Windows

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A

ADO, 2.1.1.1, 2.1.1.8, 2.1.3.6
ADO Applications with OLE DB Services, 2.1.1.1.1
ADO.NET, 2.1.9
attributes
connection string, 2.1.1.3

C

C#
connection string, 2.1.9.1
example, 2.1.9.1
C++/COM, 2.1.1.1
C++/COM Applications with OLE DB Services, 2.1.1.1.2
CacheType
connection string attribute for rowsets, 2.1.1.3, 2.1.4.5
caching, 2.1.3.8
Cancel method, 2.1.3.9
case of object names, 2.1.4.9
ChunkSize
connection string attribute for rowsets, 2.1.1.3, 2.1.4.5
class ID
CLSID_OraOLEDB, 2.1.1
CLSCTX_INPROC_SERVER macro, 2.1.1
CLSID_MSDAINITIALIZE class, 2.1.1.1.1
CoCreateInstance
creating an instance of the data source object, 2.1.1
columns
metadata, A.4
commands, 2.1.3
parameters, 2.1.3.3
preparing, 2.1.3.2
CommandTimeout property, 2.1.3.9
compatibility with OLE DB Services, 2.1.1.1
Component Certifications
My Oracle Support, 1.5
connecting
Oracle databases supported, 2.1.1
to a specific database, 2.1.1
to an Oracle database, 2.1.1.2
to an Oracle database using ADO, 2.1.1.8
connection string attributes, 2.1.1.3
defaults, 2.1.1.4
registry, 2.1.1.4
rowsets, 2.1.4.5
consumers
OLE DB, 1.1.1
creating
an instance of the data source object, 2.1.1
rowsets, 2.1.4.1
Cursor Stability, 2.1.2.1.1
CursorType
tips for ADO programmers, 2.1.4.6
custom error objects
interfaces supported, A.3.7

D

data source
creating an instance of, 2.1.1
distributed transactions, 2.1.1.5
objects, 2.1.1
properties, A.2.1
data source info
properties, A.2.2
DataTable, 2.1.9.3
datatypes
mappings between Oracle datatypes and OLE DB types, A.1
mappings in rowsets and parameters, A.1
OLE DB, A.1
Oracle, A.1, A.1
date formats
NLS_DATE_FORMAT, 2.1.4.8
settings, 2.1.4.8
DBNotificationPort, 2.1.1.3, 2.1.1.6
DBNotifications, 2.1.1.3, 2.1.1.6
DBPROP_AUTH_PASSWORD property
setting, 2.1.1
DBPROP_AUTH_USERNAME property
enabling operating system authentication, 2.1.1.7
setting, 2.1.1
DBPROP_INIT_DATASOURCE property
setting, 2.1.1
DBPROP_INIT_OLEDBSERVICES property, 2.1.1.1
DBPROP_INIT_PROMPT property
setting, 2.1.1
DBPROP_INIT_PROVIDERSTRING property
enabling operating system authentication, 2.1.1.7
setting, 2.1.1.4
DBPROP_IROWSETUPDATE property
setting of other properties, A.2.5.1
DBPROP_SERVERDATAONINSERT property, 2.1.4.3
DBPROPSET_DBINIT property set
setting properties, 2.1.1, 2.1.1.4
debugging, A.5
DeferUpdChk, 2.1.1.3, 2.1.4.5
connection string attribute to indicate whether to defer updateability, 2.1.4.5
demobld.sql, 2.2.1, 2.2.1
design
OLE DB, 1.1.1
DistribTX
connection string attribute for commands, 2.1.1.3
distributed transactions, 2.1.2.1.2
Distributed Transactions, 2.1.1.5

E

EnableCmdTimeout registry value, 2.1.3.9.1
Enhanced Failover Capability, 2.1.1.6
enlistment, 2.1.1.5
distributed transactions, 2.1.1.5
errors
HRESULT, 2.1.8
OLE and COM, 2.1.8
examples, 2.1.9.1, 2.1.9.1
connecting to an Oracle database using ADO, 2.1.1.8
stored procedure returning multiple rowsets, 2.1.3.6
using OraOLEDB with Visual Basic, 2.2

F

features
Oracle Provider for OLE DB, 2.1
FetchSize
connection string attribute for rowsets, 2.1.1.3, 2.1.4.5
files
installed on system for Oracle Provider for OLE DB, 1.4
Oracle Provider for OLE DB, 1.4

G

global transactions, 2.1.2.1.2

H

HRESULT
error return code, 2.1.8

I

initialization and authorization
properties, A.2.3
installation, 1.4
files for Oracle Provider for OLE DB, 1.4
interface call traces, A.5
interfaces
custom error objects, A.3.7
rowsets, A.3.4
sessions, A.3.2
supported by Oracle Provider for OLE DB, A.3
transaction options, A.3.6

K

KEY_HOMENAME, 2.1.1.4

L

LOB support, 2.1.6
ISequentialStream interface, 2.1.6
LockType
tips for ADO programmers, 2.1.4.6

M

MDAC, 1.3
metadata, 2.1.3.8
metadata caching, 2.1.3.8
metadata columns
supported by Oracle Provider for OLE DB, A.4
MetaDataCacheSize, 2.1.1.3
Microsoft Data Access Components, 1.3
Microsoft Distributed Transaction Coordinator, 2.1.2.1.2
Microsoft Transaction Server, 2.1.2.1.2
MTS, see Microsoft Transaction Server
My Oracle Support, 1.5

N

NDatatype, 2.1.3.4
NDataType, 2.1.1.3
.NET, 2.1.9

O

object names
case, 2.1.4.9
OLE DB
consumers, 1.1.1
datatypes, A.1
design, 1.1.1
Microsoft web site, 1.3
providers, 1.1.1
OLE DB .NET Data Provider, 2.1.1.3
compatibility, 2.1.9
OLE DB Services
ADO Applications with, 2.1.1.1.1
C++/COM Applications with, 2.1.1.1.2
compatibility with, 2.1.1.1
OleDbDataAdapter.Update(), 2.1.9.3
OLEDB.NET, 2.1.1.3, 2.1.9
operating system authentication, 2.1.1.7
DBPROP_INIT_PROVIDERSTRING, 2.1.1.7, 2.1.1.7
Oracle
datatypes, A.1, A.1
Oracle Provider for OLE DB
class ID, 2.1.1
features, 2.1
provider-specific information, A
system requirements, 1.3
Oracle Services for Microsoft Transaction Server, 1.3, 2.1.2.1.2
OracleMetaLink, 1.5
OraOLEDB sessions, 2.1.2
OSAuthent
connection string attribute for data source, 2.1.1.3
enabling operating system authentication, 2.1.1.7

P

password expiration
connection string attribute, 2.1.1.8
PwdChgDlg, 2.1.1.8
performance, 2.1.3.8
PLSQLRSet, 2.1.3.4
connection string attribute for commands, 2.1.1.3
properties
data source, A.2.1
data source info, A.2.2
initialization and authorization, A.2.3
rowset, A.2.5
rowset implications, A.2.5.1
sessions, A.2.4
supported by Oracle Provider for OLE DB, A.2
providers
OLE DB, 1.1.1
PwdChgDlg
connection string attribute for commands, 2.1.1.3
connection string attribute for data source, 2.1.1.8

R

registry
default attribute values, 2.1.1.4
returning rowsets
stored procedures and functions, 2.1.3.5
ROWID, 2.1.9.3
rowsets, 2.1.4
creating, 2.1.4.1
creating with ICommand, 2.1.4.1
creating with IOpenRowset, 2.1.4.1
date formats, 2.1.4.8
interfaces supported, A.3.4
properties, A.2.5
property implications, A.2.5.1
returning with procedures and functions, 2.1.3.5
schema, 2.1.4.7
searching with IRowsetFind, 2.1.4.4
updatability, 2.1.4.2

S

schema rowsets, 2.1.4.7
Server Data on Insert property, 2.1.4.3
sessions
interfaces supported, A.3.2
objects, 2.1.2
properties, A.2.4
SPPrmDefVal, 2.1.1.3
SPPrmsLOB, 2.1.1.3, 2.1.3.4
StmtCacheSize, 2.1.1.3
stored procedures and functions
executing, 2.1.3.1
returning rowsets, 2.1.3.5
system requirements
Oracle Provider for OLE DB, 1.3

T

tips
for ADO programmers, 2.1.4.6
TraceCategory, A.5.1
TraceFileName, A.5.1
TraceLevel, A.5.1
tracing, A.5
transaction options
interfaces supported, A.3.6
transactions
distributed, 2.1.2.1.2
global, 2.1.2.1.2
isolation levels, 2.1.2.1.1
local, 2.1.2.1.1
types supported, 2.1.2.1

U

UCS-2 character set, 2.1.7
Unicode, 2.1.7
UseSessionFormat
connection string attribute for commands, 2.1.1.3

V

VB.NET
connection string, 2.1.9.1
examples, 2.1.9.1
VCharNull, 2.1.1.3