close() → Closes a previously opened Bfile. Syntax void close();
Close → Contents Index Glossary Previous Next Contents Index Glossary Close PL/SQL … Syntax procedure Close (nid in number, responder in varchar2 default ); Java Syntax public static … boolean close (WFContext wCtx, BigDecimal nid, String responder) Description This procedure closes a
close( ) → Format public void close( ) Description Closes the BlobInputStream object, releasing any resources
close() → Closes a BLOB. Syntax void close();
close() → Closes a CLOB. Syntax void close();
close( ) → Format public void close( ) Description Closes the output stream and releases any system resources
close( ) → Format close(ctx IN OUT RAW) RETURN INTEGER; Description Closes a data source. Parameters
close( ) → Format public void close( ) Description Closes the BfileInputStream object, releasing any resources
CLOSE Statement → The CLOSE statement indicates that you are finished fetching from a cursor or cursor variable, and … , host_cursor_variable_name When you close the cursor, you can specify an explicit cursor or a PL/SQL cursor variable … reopen it using the OPEN or OPEN-FOR statement, respectively. You must close a cursor before opening … close
SQL CLOSE → The SQL CLOSE command closes a SQL cursor. After you have closed a cursor, you cannot use it again … unless you issue a new SQL OPEN command. Syntax SQL CLOSE cursor Arguments
9.11.5 CLOSE → The CLOSE statement disables the cursor. Once you CLOSE a cursor, you can no longer FETCH from it … . In our example, the CLOSE statement disables EMPCURSOR, as follows: EXEC SQL CLOSE EMPCURSOR END-EXEC.
CLOSE CONNECTIONS → Purpose Use the CLOSE CONNECTIONS command to terminate connections, using specific qualifiers to … system: cmctl CLOSE CONNECTIONS [in state] [gt time] [from source] [to destination] [for service … Connection Manager Control utility: CMCTL> CLOSE CONNECTIONS [in state] [gt time] [from source] [to … disconnecting If no state is
CLOSE Procedure → This procedure closes a previously opened internal or external LOB.
13.4.3 CLOSE → Purpose Close an open LOB or BFILE. Syntax EXEC SQL [AT [:]database] LOB CLOSE:src END-EXEC. Host … close the same LOB twice either with different locators or with the same locator. For external LOBs
13.9.5 CLOSE → CLOSE disables the cursor. Once you CLOSE a cursor, you can no longer FETCH from it. In our example … , CLOSE disables emp_cursor, as follows: EXEC SQL CLOSE emp_cursor;
16.4.3 CLOSE → Purpose Close an open LOB or BFILE. Syntax EXEC SQL [AT [:]database] LOB CLOSE:src. Host Variables … src (IN OUT) The locator of the LOB or BFILE to be closed. Usage Notes It is an error to close the
CLOSE Procedure → This procedure invalidates the handle returned by OPEN (or OPENW ) and cleans up the associated state. See Also: For more information about related subprograms: Subprograms for Retrieval of Multiple Objects from the Database Subprograms for Submission of XML to the Database
5.4.17 CLOSE the Cursor → CLOSE disables the cursor. In our example, CLOSE disables EMP_CURSORas follows: EXEC SQL CLOSE EMP_CURSOR;
Close a Database → When you close a database, Oracle writes all database data and recovery data in the SGA to the … files remain open after a database is closed but still mounted. Close the Database by Terminating … the Instance In rare emergency situations, you can terminate the instance of an open database to close
16.4.9 FILE CLOSE ALL → CLOSE ALL. Usage Notes If there are any open files in the session whose closure has not been handled … properly, you can use the FILE CLOSE ALL statement to close all files opened in the session, and resume file operations from the beginning.