|Oracle® C++ Call Interface Programmer's Guide,
11g Release 2 (11.2)
Part Number E10764-01
This section describes new features in Oracle C++ Call Interface Programmer's Guide and supplies pointers to additional information.
The following OCCI feature is new to the Oracle Database 11g Release 2:
SecureFiles can now be associated with a content type. Content types can be set using setContentType() and retrieved with getContentType() methods. Note that content types are limited to 128 bytes. Primary documentation for this feature is in the Oracle Database SecureFiles and Large Objects Developer's Guide.
This feature adds new methods to the Blob Class:
This feature adds new methods to the Clob Class:
The following OCCI features are new to the Oracle Database 11g Release 1:
Documentation for this feature is in section "Database Resident Connection Pooling".
"Administrating Database Resident Connection Pools" describes the responsibilities of a
SYSDBA user in activating and maintaining this feature, while "Using Database Resident Connection Pools" discusses the programmatic steps.
This feature adds new versions of this method to Environment Class:
createConnection(), two new versions
This feature adds new versions of these methods to StatelessConnectionPool Class:
This feature is thoroughly described in the Oracle Database SecureFiles and Large Objects Developer's Guide. Information specific to OCCI is in section "Using SecureFiles" of Chapter 7, "Programming with LOBs". Section "SecureFile LOB Types and Constants" describes the new LOB attributes, while Chapter 13, "OCCI Application Programming Interface" documents the new and changed APIs for the OCCI interface.
Section "SecureFile LOB Types and Constants" lists two new attribute types for LOBs, and adds more options an existing type. These are all listed in the following tables:
The following new methods are added to the Blob Class:
The following new methods are added to the Clob Class:
Information about this feature is in section"Run-time Load Balancing of the Stateless Connection Pool".
New APIs for this feature are described in Chapter 13, "OCCI Application Programming Interface":
A StatelessConnectionPool Class attribute
PoolType, defined , has a new option,
NO_RLB, used to turn off this feature.
Information about this feature is in section "Fault Diagnosability".
Documentation for this feature is in section "Client Result Cache".