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STATUS → dimensions of the result. By default, ANY returns a single YES or NO value. When you indicate one or … more dimensions for the result, ANY tests for TRUE values along the dimensions that are specified and … when there is more than one. Notes NA Values When the Boolean expression involves an NA value, ANY … returns a YES or NO
ANY → The ANY function returns YES when any values of a Boolean expression are TRUE, or NO when none of the values of the expression are TRUE.
Return Value BOOLEAN. Syntax ANYboolean-expression STATUS dimensions Arguments boolean-expression → The Boolean expression to be evaluated
IS ANY → is_any_condition::= The IS ANY condition is relevant only for interrow calculations, and can be … (sale s) IGNORE NAV UNIQUE DIMENSION RULES UPSERT SEQUENTIAL ORDER ( s[ANY, 2000] = 0 ) ORDER BY
OCIAnyDataCollGetElem() → Purpose Accesses sequentially the elements in the collection attribute at the current position in the OCIAnyData.
collelem_type (IN) → OPTIONAL collelem_type will give the type description of the referenced type (for OCI_TYPECODE_REF) and it will give the type description of the collection type (for OCI_TYPECODE_NAMEDCOLLECTION) and it will give the type description of the object (for OCI_TYPECODE_OBJECT). This parameter is not required for built-in typecodes.
OCIAnyDataGetCurrAttrNum() → Purpose Returns the current attribute number of the OCIAnyData. If the OCIAnyData is being constructed, it refers to the current attribute that is being set. Else, if the OCIAnyData is being accessed, it refers to the attribute that is being accessed.
OCIAnyDataGetType() → Purpose Gets the type corresponding to an AnyData value. It returns the actual pointer to the type maintained inside an OCIAnyData. No copying is done for performance reasons. You are responsible for not using this type once the OCIAnyData is freed (or its duration ends).
tc (OUT) → The typecode corresponding to the OCIAnyData.
null_ind (OUT) → Indicates if the attr_value is NULL. Pass (OCIInd *) in _ind for all typecodes except OCI_TYPECODE_OBJECT. If the typecode is OCI_TYPECODE_OBJECT, pass a pointer (dvoid **) in _ind. The indicator returned will be OCI_IND_NOTNULL if the value is not NULL and it will be OCI_IND_NULL for a NULL value.
data_value (IN) → The data value (should be of the type with which the OCIAnyData was initialized). See OCIAnyDataAttrSet() for the appropriate C type corresponding to each allowed typecode.
tc (IN) → Typecode of the data value. Can be a built-in typecode or a user-defined type's typecode (such as OCI_TYPECODE_OBJECT, OCI_TYPECODE_REF, OCI_TYPECODE_VARRAY). If ( *sdata ) is not NULL and it represents a skeleton instance returned during the OCIAnyDataSetAddInstance(), the tc as well as the inst_type parameters are optional here. This is because the type-information for such a skeleton instance is
Parameters → svchp (IN) The OCI service context.
Comments → ) without any conversion. Here is the list of available datatypes which can be used as object attribute
type (IN) → The type corresponding to OCIAnyData. If the typecode corresponds to a built-in type (OCI_TYPECODE_NUMBER, and so on), this parameter can be NULL. It should be non- NULL for user defined types (OCI_TYPECODE_OBJECT, OCI_TYPECODE_REF, collection types, and so on).
length (IN/OUT) → Length of the collection element. Currently ignored. Set to 0 on input.
Syntax → sword OCIAnyDataAccess ( OCISvcCtx *svchp, OCIError *errhp, OCIAnyData *sdata, OCITypeCode tc, OCIType *inst_type, dvoid *_ind, dvoid *data_value, ub4 *length );
Syntax → sword OCIAnyDataConvert ( OCISvcCtx *svchp, OCIError *errhp, OCITypeCode tc, OCIType *inst_type, OCIDuration dur, dvoid *_ind, dvoid *data_value, ub4 length, OCIAnyData **sdata );
null_ind → Indicates if data_value is NULL. Pass an (OCIInd *) for all typecodes except OCI_TYPECODE_OBJECT. The indicator will be OCI_IND_NOTNULL if the value is not NULL and it will be OCI_IND_NULL for a NULL value. If the typecode is OCI_TYPECODE_OBJECT, pass a pointer to the indicator struct of the data_value as the argument here.
Comments → This call can be used with OCIAnyData of typecode OCI_TYPECODE_OBJECT only This call gets the value of the attribute at the current position in the OCIAnyData. tc must match the type of the attribute at the current position, otherwise an error is returned. is_any is applicable only when the typecode of the attribute is one of the following: OCI_TYPECODE_OBJECT, OCI_TYPECODE_VARRAY, OCI_TYPECODE_TABLE.