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Oracle® Call Interface Programmer's Guide
11g Release 2 (11.2)

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OCI Locale-Mapping Function

Table 22-4 lists an OCI locale-mapping function that is described in this section.

The OCI locale-mapping function performs name mapping to and from Oracle Database, Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA), and International Organization for Standardization (ISO) names for character set names, language names, and territory names.

Table 22-4 OCI Locale-Mapping Function

Function Purpose

"OCINlsNameMap()"

Map Oracle Database character set names, language names, and territory names to and from Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) and International Organization for Standardization (ISO) names



OCINlsNameMap()

Purpose

Maps Oracle Database character set names, language names, and territory names to and from Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) and International Organization for Standardization (ISO) names.

Syntax

sword OCINlsNameMap ( void             *hndl, 
                      OraText          *buf, 
                      size_t           buflen, 
                      const OraText    *srcbuf, 
                      uword            flag );

Parameters

hndl (IN/OUT)

OCI environment or user session handle. If the handle is invalid, then the function returns OCI_INVALID_HANDLE.

buf (OUT)

Points to the destination buffer. If the function returns OCI_SUCCESS, then the parameter contains a NULL-terminated string for the requested name.

buflen (IN)

The size of the destination buffer. The recommended size is OCI_NLS_MAXBUFSZ to guarantee storage of a globalization support name. If the size of the destination buffer is smaller than the length of the name, then the function returns OCI_ERROR.

srcbuf (IN)

Pointer to a NULL-terminated globalization support name. If it is not a valid name, then the function returns OCI_ERROR.

flag (IN)

It specifies the direction of the name mapping and can take the following values:


OCI_NLS_CS_IANA_TO_ORA: Map character set name from IANA to Oracle Database
OCI_NLS_CS_ORA_TO_IANA: Map character set name from Oracle Database to IANA
OCI_NLS_LANG_ISO_TO_ORA: Map language name from ISO to Oracle Database
OCI_NLS_LANG_ORA_TO_ISO: Map language name from Oracle Database to ISO
OCI_NLS_LOCALE_A2_ISO_TO_ORA: Map locale name from A2 ISO to Oracle Database
OCI_NLS_LOCALE_ORA_TO_A2_ISO: Map locale name from Oracle Database to A2 ISO
OCI_NLS_TERR_ISO_TO_ORA: Map territory name from ISO to Oracle Database
OCI_NLS_TERR_ORA_TO_ISO: Map territory name from Oracle Database to ISO
OCI_NLS_TERR_ISO3_TO_ORA: Map territory name from 3-letter ISO abbreviation to Oracle Database
OCI_NLS_TERR_ORA_TO_ISO3: Map territory name from Oracle Database to 3-letter ISO abbreviation

Returns

OCI_SUCCESS; OCI_INVALID_HANDLE; or OCI_ERROR.