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End Execution → Choose the last date and time that you want the task executed. This option does not apply if you chose the Immediately or Once execution options. Select the month, day, or year in the Date field and click on the scroll buttons to change the value. You can also type in new values. Select the hour, minute, or AM/PM in the Time field and click on the scroll buttons to change the value. You can also type
End Activity → The End activity marks the end of a process and does not perform any action. You can use it to … necessary, you may include it in your process diagram to visually mark the end of your process as a
End-User Security → Security administrators must define a policy for end-user security. If a database has many users … individual users. Using Roles for End-User Privilege Management Roles are the easiest way to grant … modification. Utilize roles in all possible situations to make end-user privilege management efficient and … simple. Using a Directory
End a LogMiner Session → To properly end a LogMiner session, use the DBMS_LOGMNR.END_LOGMNR procedure, as follows: SQL … retains all its allocated resources until the end of the Oracle session in which it was invoked. It … is particularly important to use this procedure to end LogMiner if either the DDL_DICT_TRACKING option or the DICT_FROM_REDO_LOGS option
Premature end-of-file. → Cause: The source file ended before the class declaration was completed. Action: Check the source file, paying attention to missing quotation marks; correct placement or possible omission of enclosing parenthesis, brackets, or braces; missing comment delimiters; and that it contains at least one valid Java class.
End-to-End Example: Defining and Using a Custom Tag → This section provides an end-to-end example of the definition and use of a custom tag, loop, that
Designating Start and End Activities → Start activity and transitions through the process until an End result is reached. The engine may … have an End activity. When the Workflow Engine reaches an End activity, the entire process ends even if … there are parallel branches still in progress. An End activity should return a result that … activity's result
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Expected end of cast statement. Found "token" ... → Cause: An unexpected token token was found after the CAST statement.
EXECUTE ... END-EXEC (Executable Embedded SQL Extension) → , including how to write PL/SQL blocks, see the PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference. END-EXEC This keyword … Precompiler program uses. The keyword END-EXEC must be followed by the C/C++ statement terminator … FROM emp WHERE empno =:emp_number; IF:emp_name:ind_name IS NULL THEN RAISE name_missing; END IF; END … ;
NMS-05007: Unable to End Cold Backup. → Cause: Call to a SQL statement failed. Action: Refer to the Oracle9i Recovery Manager User's Guide for information on offline backups.
Expected end of FETCH statement. Encountered: "token" → Cause: No further tokens were expected in this FETCH statement.
NMS-05004: Unable to End Hot Backup. → Cause: Call to a SQL statement failed. Action: Refer to the Oracle9i Recovery Manager User's Guide for information on online backups.
Using Oracle as the Back-end → You may notice some differences in behavior when using an Oracle database in conjunction with a Microsoft Access application. The differences are described in the following sections: Autonumber Options Default Options Multiple Forms Accessing the Same Record
How to Begin and End Transactions → end a transaction in one of the following ways: Code a COMMIT or ROLLBACK statement, with or without
EXECUTE ... END-EXEC (Executable Embedded SQL Extension) → , including how to write PL/SQL blocks, see the PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference. END-EXEC Must appear … -NUMBER; IF:EMP-NAME:IND-NAME IS NULL THEN RAISE NAME-MISSING; END IF; END; END-EXEC. Related Topics EXECUTE IMMEDIATE (Executable Embedded SQL).
ODG-05582 Error: loader failed to process end collection message → Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to process a historical data file. Action: it may be possible to continue utilizing the Data Gatherer. Save all files in the $OHOME/network/agent/reco directory and contact Oracle Support Services before continuing.
SDO_LRS.GEOM_SEGMENT_END_MEASURE Returns the end measure of a geometric segment. → … SDO_LRS.GEOM_SEGMENT_END_MEASURE Returns the end measure of a geometric segment.
Explicit Control Over the END-OF-FETCH SQLCODE Returned → DB2 returns a SQLCODE value of 100 when an end-of-fetch condition occurs. To provide explicit