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Release 11.2.1

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A  B  C  D  E  F  G  I  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  X 

A

access control
connection attributes, 2.1.3
for connections, 2.1.4
impact on XLA, 5.1.6
overview of impact, 2.4
acknowledge records have been read, XLA, 9.2.4
allocating memory, utility library environment handle, 8
application context, passing, XLA, 5.4.2
applying data store updates, XLA, 9.2.4
AUTOCOMMIT with XA, 6.2.5.1
automatic client failover, 2.6

B

backing up a data store, 8
batch SQL operations, 7.2
binding parameters
C parameters in PL/SQL, 2.2.6.4
duplicate parameters in OCI, 3.4.3
duplicate parameters in PL/SQL, 2.2.6.9
duplicate parameters in SQL, 2.2.6.8
floating point data, 2.2.6.10
IN OUT parameters, 2.2.6.7
IN parameters, 2.2.6.5
ODBC-SQL or PL/SQL type mappings, 2.2.6.1
OUT parameters, 2.2.6.6
performance impact, 7.3
precision, 2.2.6.2
scale, 2.2.6.2
SQL input parameters, 2.2.6.3
SQLBindParameter, 2.2.6.2
bookmarks--see XLA bookmarks
buildtms command, XA, 6.4.2
built-in procedures
calling TimesTen built-ins, 2.3.1
ttApplicationContext, 5.4.2, 9.2.4
ttXactIdGet, 8
bulk fetch, 2.2.5, 7.6
bulk insert, update, delete (batching), 7.2

C

C language functions--see Utility Library.
cache
cache groups, cache instances affected, OCI, 3.4.2.2
cache groups, cache instances affected, ODBC, 2.3.3
Oracle password, specifying, OCI, 3.4.2.1
Oracle password, specifying, Pro*C/C++, 4.3.2.3
character set conversion, 2.3.4
client failover
automatic client failover, 2.6
failover callback functions, 2.6.2
closing a transaction log API handle, XLA, 9.2.4
column data, inspecting, XLA, 5.2.6
committing a transaction
ODBC, 2.2.11
XLA, 9.2.4
compiling applications
OCI applications, 3.3.2
Pro*C/C++ applications, 4.3.1
UNIX, 1.3.2
Windows, 1.3.1
concurrency control, 10.2.1
connection attributes
first connection attributes, 2.1.3
general connection attributes, 2.1.3
connections
access control, 2.1.4
attributes, setting programmatically, 2.1.3
connecting to data store, 2.1.2
disconnecting from data store, 2.1.2
external user (OCI), 3.3.3.4
external user (Pro*C/C++), 4.3.2.4
managing, 2.1
OCI, connecting to data store, 3.3.3
Pro*C/C++, connecting to data store, 4.3.2
SQLConnect, SQLDriverConnect, SQLAllocConnect, SQLDisconnect, 2.1.1
SQLSetConnectOption and SQLGetConnectOption supported options, 10.2.1
cursors
REF CURSORs, 2.2.7
usage, 2.2.3

D

data store
applying updates, XLA, 9.2.4
backing up, 8
connection handle, obtaining, XLA, 5.2.1
destroying, 8, 8
RAM usage, 8, 8, 8, 8
replicating, 8
restoring, 8
data structures, XLA
summary, 9.2.4
tt_LSN_t, 9.2.4
tt_XlaLsn_t, 9.2.4
ttXlaColDesc_t, 9.2.4
ttXlaNodeHdr_t, 9.2.4
ttXlaStatus_t, 9.2.4
ttXlaTblDesc_t, 9.2.4
ttXlaTblVerDesc_t, 9.2.4
ttXlaUpdateDesc_t, 9.2.4
ttXlaVersion_t, 9.2.4
data types
conversions and performance, 7.5
ODBC 2.0 versus ODBC 3.0 types, 2.3.6
type mapping, ODBC-SQL or PL/SQL, 2.2.6.1
XLA, 5.1.5
deadlock error, 5.3.3
deferred prepare
OCI, 3.4.1
ODBC, 2.2.4
demo applications, Quick Start, 1.4
destroying a data store, 8, 8
diagnostic framework considerations (OCI), 3.3.5
distributed transaction processing (XA)
also see XA
overview, 6.1
resource manager, 6.1.1
transaction manager, 6.1.1
transaction recovery, 6.2.2
DML returning, 2.2.8
driver manager
linking with, 1.2.2
performance impact, 7.1
XA, support (Windows), 6.3
dropping a table with XLA bookmark, 5.2.8
duplicate parameter binding
in OCI, 3.4.3
Oracle vs. TimesTen modes, 2.2.6.8
DuplicateBindMode general connection attribute, 2.2.6.8, 3.4.3
DurableCommit, XA, 6.2.1

E

easy connect
with OCI, 3.3.3.2
with Pro*C/C++, 4.3.2.2
environment variables
OCI, 3.3.1
TimesTen, 1.1
errors
error and warning levels, 2.5.2
error handling, 2.5
OCI error reporting, 3.3.4
Pro*C/C++ error reporting, 4.3.3
recovery, 2.5.3
transaction log API error handling, 5.2.7
utility library errors, count, 8
utility library errors, retrieving, 8
event management (XLA), 5
execution of SQL
executing the statement, 2.2.2.2
SQLExecDirect and SQLExecute, 2.2.2.1
external user, connecting
OCI, 3.3.3.4
Pro*C/C++, 4.3.2.4

F

failover, 2.6
fetching results
bulk fetch, prefetch, 2.2.5, 7.6
example, 2.2.3
first connection attributes, 2.1.3
floating point data, binding, 2.2.6.10
freeing memory, utility library environment handle, 8

G

general connection attributes, 2.1.3
globalization options
OCI, 3.2.2
ODBC, 2.3.4

I

-I flag (compiling), 1.3.1, 1.3.2
IMDB Cache--see cache
IN OUT parameters, 2.2.6.7
IN parameters, 2.2.6.5
include files, TimesTen (#include), 2.2.1
initializing a data store handle, XLA, 9.2.4
isolation level, 10.2.1

K

key not found error, 5.3.3

L

-L flag (compiling), 1.3.2
linking applications
OCI applications, 3.3.2
Pro*C/C++ applications, 4.3.1
testing whether directly linked, 1.2.3
UNIX, 1.3.2
Windows, 1.3.1
with driver manager, 1.2.2
with TimesTen driver, 1.2.1
-lodbc flag (compiling), 1.3.2
log record identifier, 5.1.4

M

materialized views with XLA, 5.1.3

N

non-persistent mode, XLA, 5.4.3
NVARCHAR type, 5.2.6.3

O

OCI
architecture in TimesTen, 3.2.1
call support, 3.5
compiling and linking applications, 3.3.2
connecting as external user, 3.3.3.4
connecting to a TimesTen data store, 3.3.3
deferred prepare, 3.4.1
demo applications, 3.3.6
descriptor support, 3.5
diagnostic framework considerations, 3.3.5
easy connect, using, 3.3.3.2
environment variables, 3.3.1
error reporting, 3.3.4
external user connection, 3.3.3.4
handle support, 3.5
Oracle password, specifying for cache, 3.4.2.1
overview, 3.1
parameter attribute support, 3.5
restrictions in TimesTen, 3.2.3
signal handling considerations, 3.3.5
SQL data type support, 3.5
statement caching, 3.1, 3.5
TimesTen support, 3.2
tnsnames, using, 3.3.3.1
OCIBindByPos, 3.4.3
ODBC functions, supported in TimesTen, 10.1
Oracle Call Interface support, 3
OUT parameters, 2.2.6.6

P

parallel replication, setup and ODBC support, 2.3.5
parameter binding
C parameters in PL/SQL, 2.2.6.4
duplicate parameters in OCI, 3.4.3
duplicate parameters in PL/SQL, 2.2.6.9
duplicate parameters in SQL, 2.2.6.8
floating point data, 2.2.6.10
IN OUT parameters, 2.2.6.7
IN parameters, 2.2.6.5
ODBC-SQL or PL/SQL type mappings, 2.2.6.1
OUT parameters, 2.2.6.6
SQL input parameters, 2.2.6.3
SQLBindParameter, 2.2.6.2
performance
batch SQL operations, 7.2
binding parameters, 7.3
bulk fetch, prefetch, 7.6
data type conversions, 7.5
SQLGetData, 7.4
persistent mode, XLA, 5.1.1
precision, 2.2.6.2
prefetch multiple rows, 2.2.5, 7.6
preparation of SQL
deferred prepare, 2.2.4
preparing the statement, 2.2.3
privileges--see access control
Pro*C/C++ Precompiler
architecture in TimesTen, 3.2.1
building an application, 4.3.1, 4.3.1
commands and clauses, unsupported or restricted (summary), 4.2.7
connecting as external user, 4.3.2.4
connecting to a TimesTen data store, 4.3.2
connection restrictions, 4.2.6, 4.2.6
demo applications, 4.3.4
easy connect, using, 4.3.2.2
embedded PL/SQL restrictions, 4.2.4
embedded SQL restrictions, 4.2.2, 4.2.2
error reporting, 4.3.3
external user connection, 4.3.2.4
getting started, 4.3
option setting, 4.4.2
option support, 4.4.1, 4.4.1
Oracle password, specifying for cache, 4.3.2.3
overview, 4.1
semantic checking restrictions, 4.2.3
SQLLIB support, 4.2.2
TimesTen support, 4.2
tnsnames, using, 4.3.2.2
transaction restrictions, 4.2.5

Q

query results, working with cursors, 2.2.3
query threshold (or for any statement), 2.3.2.2
query timeout (or for any statement), 2.3.2.1
Quick Start, demo applications, 1.4

R

RAM usage
ttRamGrace, 8
ttRamLoad, 8
ttRamPolicy, 8
ttRamUnload, 8
record headers, inspecting, XLA, 5.2.5
REF CURSORs, 2.2.7
replicating a data store
utility function, 8
XLA, using for replication, 5.3
resource manager, XA, 6.1.1
restoring a data store, 8
RETURNING INTO clause, 2.2.8
rolling back a transaction
utility function, 8
XLA, 9.2.4
rowid
convert ROWID to string, XLA, 9.2.4
using rowids, ROWID type, 2.2.9

S

sb_ErrXlaTupleMismatch error, 5.3.4, 9.2.4, 9.2.4
scale, 2.2.6.2
security--see access control
signal handling considerations (OCI), 3.3.5
SQL_QUERY_TIMEOUT option, 2.3.2.1
SQLAllocConnect, 2.1.1
SQLBindCol, performance, 7.3
SQLBindParameter
arguments, usage, 2.2.6.2
performance, 7.3
SQLConnect, 2.1.1
SQLDisconnect, 2.1.1
SQLDriverConnect, 2.1.1, 2.1.3
SQLExecDirect, 2.2.2.1
SQLExecute, 2.2.2.1
SQLGetConnectOption, supported options, 10.2.1
SQLGetData and performance, 7.4
SQLGetStmtOption, supported options, 10.2.2
SQLLIB support (Pro*C/C++), 4.2.2
SQLParamOptions function, 7.2
SQLRowCount, 2.2.11, 2.3.3
SQLSetConnectOption, supported options, 10.2.1
SQLSetStmtOption, supported options, 10.2.2
statement caching, OCI, 3.1, 3.5
statement execution (SQL)
executing the statement, 2.2.2.2
SQLExecDirect and SQLExecute, 2.2.2.1
statement options, SQLSetStmtOption and SQLGetStmtOption, supported options, 10.2.2
statement preparation (SQL)
deferred prepare, 2.2.4
preparing the statement, 2.2.3
synonyms, 2.2.10

T

tables to monitor, XLA, 5.2.3
threshold for SQL statements, 2.3.2.2
timeout
for SQL statements, 2.3.2.1
handing timeout errors, 5.3.3
timesten.h
brief description, 2.2.1
globalization options, 2.3.4
ttFailoverCallback_t structure, 2.6.2
tnsnames
with OCI, 3.3.3.1
with Pro*C/C++, 4.3.2.2
transaction log API
also see XLA
bookmarks, 5.1.4
closing handle, 9.2.4
data structures, 9.2.4
demos, 5.1.7
error handling, 5.2.7
functions, overview, 9.1
functions, summary, 9.2
overview, 5
replication, 5.3
tt_LSN_t data structure, 9.2.4
tt_XlaLsn_t data structure, 9.2.4
ttXlaAcknowledge, 9.2.4
ttXlaApply, 9.2.4
ttXlaClose, 9.2.4
ttXlaColDesc_t data structure, 9.2.4
ttXlaCommit, 9.2.4
ttXlaConfigBuffer, 9.2.4
ttXlaConvertType, 9.2.4
ttXlaDateToODBCCType, 9.2.4
ttXlaDecimalToCString, 9.2.4
ttXlaDeleteBookmark, 9.2.4
ttXlaError, 9.2.4
ttXlaErrorRestart, 9.2.4
ttXlaGenerateSQL, 9.2.4
ttXlaGetColumnInfo, 9.2.4
ttXlaGetLSN, 9.2.4
ttXlaGetTableInfo, 9.2.4
ttXlaGetVersion, 9.2.4
ttXlaLookup, 9.2.4
ttXlaNextUpdate, 9.2.4
ttXlaNextUpdateWait, 9.2.4
ttXlaNodeHdr_t data structure, 9.2.4
ttXlaNumberToBigInt, 9.2.4
ttXlaNumberToCString, 9.2.4
ttXlaNumberToDouble, 9.2.4
ttXlaNumberToInt, 9.2.4
ttXlaNumberToSmallInt, 9.2.4
ttXlaNumberToTinyInt, 9.2.4
ttXlaNumberToUInt, 9.2.4
ttXlaOpenTimesTen, 9.2.4
ttXlaOraDateToODBCTimeStamp, 9.2.4
ttXlaOraTimeStampToODBCTimeStamp, 9.2.4
ttXlaPersistOpen, 9.2.4
ttXlaResetStatus, 9.2.4
ttXlaRollback, 9.2.4
ttXlaRowdToCString, 9.2.4
ttXlaSetLSN, 9.2.4
ttXlaSetVersion, 9.2.4
ttXlaStatus, 9.2.4
ttXlaStatus_t data structure, 9.2.4
ttXlaTableByName, 9.2.4
ttXlaTableCheck, 9.2.4
ttXlaTableStatus, 9.2.4
ttXlaTableVersionVerify, 9.2.4
ttXlaTblDesc_t data structure, 9.2.4
ttXlaTblVerDesc_t data structure, 9.2.4
ttXlaTimeStampToODBCCType, 9.2.4
ttXlaTimeToODBCCType, 9.2.4
ttXlaUpdateDesc_t data structure, 9.2.4
ttXlaVersion_t data structure, 9.2.4
ttXlaVersionColumnInfo, 9.2.4
ttXlaVersionCompare, 9.2.4
ttXlaVersionTableInfo, 9.2.4
transaction manager, XA, 6.1.1
tt_ErrBadXlaRecord, 5.2.7
tt_ErrCacheXlaNotRead, 5.2.7
tt_ErrCacheXLARollbackFailed, 5.2.7
tt_ErrCondLockConflict, 5.2.7
tt_ErrDbAllocFailed, 5.2.7
tt_ErrDeadlockVictim, 5.2.7
tt_ErrDeadlockVictim error, 5.3.3
tt_ErrPermSpaceExhausted, 5.2.7
tt_ErrTempSpaceExhausted, 5.2.7
tt_ErrTimeoutVictim, 5.2.7
tt_ErrTimeoutVictim error, 5.3.3
tt_ErrXlaBookmarkBad, 5.2.7
tt_ErrXlaBookmarkUsed, 5.2.7
tt_ErrXlaDedicatedConnection, 5.2.7
tt_ErrXlaLsnBad, 5.2.7
tt_ErrXlaNoLogging, 5.2.7
tt_ErrXlaNoSQL, 5.2.7
tt_ErrXlaParameter, 5.2.7
tt_ErrXlaTableDiff, 5.2.7
tt_ErrXlaTableSystem, 5.2.7
tt_ErrXlaTupleMismatch, 5.2.7
tt_LSN_t data structure, XLA, 9.2.4
TT_NLS_LENGTH_SEMANTICS ODBC option, 2.3.4.2
TT_NLS_NCHAR_CONV_EXCP ODBC option, 2.3.4.3
TT_NLS_SORT ODBC option, 2.3.4.1
TT_PREFETCH_CLOSE connection option, 1.2.2
TT_PREFETCH_COUNT, 2.2.5, 7.6
TT_QUERY_THRESHOLD, 2.3.2.2
TT_STMT_PASSTHROUGH_TYPE ODBC option, 10.2.2
tt_xa_context() function, XA, 6.2.4
tt_xa_switch, XA, 6.2.6.2
tt_xla.h #include file, 5.2
tt_XlaLsn_t data structure, XLA, 9.2.4
ttApplicationContext, 5.4.2, 5.4.2, 9.2.4
ttBackup, 8
ttCkpt built-in procedure, 5.2.9
ttCkptBlocking built-in procedure, 5.2.9
ttDestroyDataStore, 8
ttDestroyDataStoreForce, 8
ttDurableCommit, XA, 6.2.1
ttRamGrace, 8
ttRamLoad, 8
ttRamPolicy, 8
ttRamUnload, 8
ttRepDuplicateEx, 8
ttRestore, 8
ttSrcScan utility, 3.2.4, 4.2.8
ttUtilAllocEnv, 8
ttUtilFreeEnv, 8
ttUtilGetError, 8
ttUtilGetErrorCount, 8
ttXactIdGet built-in procedure, 8
ttXactIdRollback, 8
ttxadm43.dll library, XA, 6.3.2
ttXlaAcknowledge, 5.2.4, 9.2.4
ttXlaApply, 5.3.2, 9.2.4
ttXlaBookmarkDelete built-in procedure, 5.2.9
ttXlaClose, 5.2.10, 9.2.4
ttXlaColDesc_t, 5.2.6.1
ttXlaColDesc_t data structure, XLA, 9.2.4
ttXlaCommit, 5.3.3, 5.3.3, 9.2.4
ttXlaConfigBuffer, 5.4.3.3, 9.2.4
ttXlaConvertCharType, 9.2.4
ttXlaDateToODBCCType, 5.2.6.5, 5.2.6.5, 9.2.4
ttXlaDecimalToCString, 5.2.6.5, 5.2.6.5, 9.2.4
ttXlaDeleteBookmark, 5.2.9, 9.2.4
ttXlaError, 5.2.7, 9.2.4
ttXlaErrorRestart, 5.2.7, 9.2.4
ttXlaGenerateSQL, 5.3.5, 9.2.4
ttXlaGetColumnInfo, 5.2.6.1, 9.2.4
ttXlaGetLSN, 5.3.3, 9.2.4
ttXlaGetTableInfo, 5.2.6.1, 9.2.4
ttXlaGetVersion, 5.2.2, 9.2.4
ttXlaHandle_h XLA handle, 5.2.2, 5.4.3.2
ttXlaLookup, 9.2.4
ttXlaNextUpdate, 5.2.4, 9.2.4
ttXlaNextUpdateWait, 5.2.4, 9.2.4
ttXlaNodeHdr_t, 9.2.4
ttXlaNodeHdr_t data structure, XLA, 9.2.4
ttXlaNumberToBigInt, 5.2.6.5, 9.2.4
ttXlaNumberToCString, 5.2.6.5, 9.2.4
ttXlaNumberToDouble, 5.2.6.5, 9.2.4
ttXlaNumberToInt, 5.2.6.5, 9.2.4
ttXlaNumberToSmallInt, 5.2.6.5, 9.2.4
ttXlaNumberToTinyInt, 5.2.6.5, 9.2.4
ttXlaNumberToUInt, 5.2.6.5, 9.2.4
ttXlaOpenTimesTen, 5.4.3.2, 9.2.4
ttXlaOraDateToODBCTimeStamp, 5.2.6.5, 9.2.4
ttXlaOraTimeStampToODBCTimeStamp, 5.2.6.5, 9.2.4
ttXlaPersistOpen, 5.2.2, 9.2.4
ttXlaResetStatus, 9.2.4
ttXlaRollback, 5.3.3, 9.2.4
ttXlaRowdToCString, 9.2.4
ttXlaSetLSN, 5.3.3, 9.2.4
ttXlaSetVersion, 5.2.2, 9.2.4
ttXlaStatus, 5.4.3.4, 9.2.4
ttXlaStatus_t data structure, XLA, 9.2.4
ttXlaTableByName, 5.2.3, 9.2.4
ttXlaTableCheck, 9.2.4
ttXlaTableStatus, 5.2.3, 9.2.4
ttXlaTableVersionVerify, 9.2.4
ttXlaTblDesc_t data structure, XLA, 9.2.4
ttXlaTblVerDesc_t data structure, XLA, 9.2.4
ttXlaTimeStampToODBCCType, 5.2.6.5, 5.2.6.5, 9.2.4
ttXlaTimeToODBCCType, 5.2.6.5, 5.2.6.5, 9.2.4
ttXlaUnsubscribe built-in procedure, 5.2.8
ttXlaUpdateDesc_t
description, usage, 9.2.4
rows of data following in update record, 5.2.6
TT_AGING flag, 9.2.4
TT_CASCDEL flag, 9.2.4
TT_UPDCOLS flag, 9.2.4
TT_UPDCOMMIT flag, 9.2.4
TT_UPDDEFAULT flag, 9.2.4
TT_UPDFIRST flag, 9.2.4
TT_UPDREPL flag, 9.2.4
ttXlaAddColumnTup_t, 9.2.4
ttXlaCreateIndexTup_t, 9.2.4
ttXlaCreateSeqTup_t, 9.2.4
ttXlaCreateSynTup_t, 9.2.4
ttXlaDropColumnTup_t, 9.2.4
ttXlaDropindexTup_t, 9.2.4
ttXlaDropSeqTup_t, 9.2.4
ttXlaDropSynTup_t, 9.2.4
ttXlaDropTableTup_t, 9.2.4
ttXlaDropViewTup_t, 9.2.4
ttXlaSetColumnTup_t, 9.2.4
ttXlaSetStatusTup_t, 9.2.4
ttXlaSetTableTup_t, 9.2.4
ttXlaTruncateTableTup_t, 9.2.4
ttXlaViewDesc_t, 9.2.4
update header, described, 5.2.4
what it describes, 5.2.5
ttXlaVersion_t data structure, XLA, 9.2.4
ttXlaVersionColumnInfo, 9.2.4
ttXlaVersionCompare, 9.2.4
ttXlaVersionTableInfo, 9.2.4
Tuxedo, configuration for XA, 6.4
two-phase commit protocol, XA, 6.1.2
type mapping, ODBC-SQL or PL/SQL, 2.2.6.1

U

UBBCONFIG file, XA, 6.4.3
update conflicts, XLA, 5.3.4
update records, retrieving, XLA, 5.2.4
Utility Library
described, overview, 8
ttBackup, back up data store, 8
ttDestroyDataStore, destroy data store, 8
ttDestroyDataStoreForce, destroy data store, 8
ttRamGrace, RAM usage, 8
ttRamLoad, RAM usage, 8
ttRamPolicy, RAM usage, 8
ttRamUnload, RAM usage, 8
ttRepDuplicateEx, replicate data store, 8
ttRestore, restore data store, 8
ttUtilAllocEnv, allocate library environment handle, 8
ttUtilFreeEnv, free library environment handle, 8
ttUtilGetError, utility library errors, 8
ttUtilGetErrorCount, utility library error count, 8
ttXactIdRollback, roll back transaction, 8

V

VARBINARY type, 5.2.6.3
VARCHAR type, 5.2.6.3

X

XA
AUTOCOMMIT with XA, 6.2.5.1
driver manager support (Windows), 6.3
DurableCommit, 6.2.1
resource manager, 6.1.1
transaction manager, 6.1.1
transaction recovery, 6.2.2
tt_xa_context() function, 6.2.4
tt_xa_switch, 6.2.6.2
ttDurableCommit, 6.2.1
Tuxedo configuration, 6.4
two-phase commit, 6.1.2
XID parameter, 6.2.3.3
xa_close() function, 6.2.3.2
xa_open() function, 6.2.3.1
xa_switch_t, 6.2.6.1
XID parameter, XA, 6.2.3.3
XLA
access control, 5.1.6
acknowledge records have been read, 9.2.4
also see transaction log API
also see XLA bookmarks
application context, passing, 5.4.2
applying data store updates, 9.2.4
closing a transaction log API handle, XLA, 9.2.4
column data, inspecting, 5.2.6
column information, retrieving, 9.2.4
committing a transaction, 9.2.4
concepts, 5.1
counters, resetting Transaction Log counters, 9.2.4
data store connection handle, obtaining, 5.2.1
data store handle, verifying, 9.2.4
data structures, 9.2.4
data types, 5.1.5
dropping a table with bookmark, 5.2.8
errors, reading transaction log errors, 9.2.4
errors, resetting the transaction log error stack, 9.2.4
event-handler application, 5.2
functions, overview, 9.1
functions, summary, 9.2
initializing a data store handle, 9.2.4
materialized views, using, 5.1.3
non-persistent mode, 5.4.3
persistent mode, 5.1.1
record headers, inspecting, 5.2.5
record, looking up, 9.2.4
replication using XLA, 5.3
rolling back a transaction, 9.2.4
status, retrieving Transaction Log API status, 9.2.4
table information, retrieving, 9.2.4, 9.2.4
table status, 9.2.4
tables to monitor, specifying, 5.2.3
terminating XLA application, 5.2.10
update buffer configuration, 9.2.4
update conflicts, 5.3.4
update data, retrieving, 9.2.4
update records, retrieving, 5.2.4
version, retrieving the Transaction Log API version, 9.2.4
version, setting the Transaction Log API version, 9.2.4
XLA handle, initializing, 5.2.2
XLA bookmarks
creating or reusing, 5.1.4.1
deleting, 5.2.9, 9.2.4
determining tables subscribed to, 5.2.3
how they work, 5.1.4.2
location, changing, 5.4.1
overview, 5.1.4
replicated bookmarks, 5.1.4.3
reporting DDL events, 5.2.3
X/Open DTP model, 6.1.1