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Database Reference, Release 19c

EVENT

Property DescriptionEVENT is a parameter used only to debug the system. Property Description Parameter type String

Database PL/SQL Language Reference, Release 19c

PL/SQL Triggers

9.15.1 Event Attribute FunctionsBy invoking system-defined event attribute functions in Table 9-5, a trigger can retrieve certain … attributes of the triggering event. Not all triggers can invoke all event attribute functions—for … details, see \" Event Attribute Functions for Database Event Triggers \" and \" Event

Database Administrator's Guide, Release 19c

Scheduling Jobs with Oracle Scheduler

29.5.2.6 Passing Event Messages into an Event-Based JobThrough a metadata argument, the Scheduler can pass the message content of the event to the event … the data type of the queue where your application queues the job-start event. If you use the RUN_JOB … that argument is NULL. The following example shows how to construct an event-based job that can … receive the

Database PL/SQL Language Reference, Release 19c

PL/SQL Triggers

9.15.3 Event Attribute Functions for Client Event TriggersTable 9-7 summarizes the client event triggers that can invoke event attribute functions. For more … \". Note: If a client event trigger becomes the target of a DDL operation (such as CREATE OR REPLACE … TRIGGER ), then it cannot fire later during the same transaction. Table 9-7 Client Event Triggers … Triggering

Database PL/SQL Language Reference, Release 19c

PL/SQL Triggers

9.15.2 Event Attribute Functions for Database Event TriggersTable 9-6 summarizes the database event triggers that can invoke event attribute functions. For … Event Triggers Triggering Event When Trigger Fires WHEN Conditions Restrictions Transaction

Database Administrator's Guide, Release 19c

Scheduling Jobs with Oracle Scheduler

29.5.2.5 Altering an Event ScheduleYou alter the event information in an event schedule in the same way that you alter event … information in a job. For more information, see \" Altering an Event-Based Job \". The following example … demonstrates how to use the SET_ATTRIBUTE procedure and the event_spec attribute to alter event

Database Administrator's Guide, Release 19c

Scheduling Jobs with Oracle Scheduler

29.5.2.4 Creating an Event ScheduleYou can create a schedule that is based on an event. You can then reuse the schedule for multiple … creates an event schedule: BEGIN DBMS_SCHEDULER.CREATE_EVENT_SCHEDULE ( schedule_name … = ''LOW_INVENTORY''', queue_spec => 'inv_events_q, inv_agent1'); END; / You can drop an event schedule using

OLAP DML Reference, Release 19c

OLAP DML Functions: L - Z

EVENTReturns the name of the event (DML statement) that triggered the execution of the program. AW

Text Reference, Release 19c

CTX_OUTPUT Package

eventSpecify the type of index event to log. You can add the following events

OLAP DML Reference, Release 19c

OLAP_TABLE SQL Functions

eventThe event during OLAP_TABLE processing that triggers the execution of the OLAP DML command

Text Reference, Release 19c

CTX_OUTPUT Package

eventSpecify the type of index event to remove from the log. You can remove the following events

Database Administrator's Guide, Release 19c

Scheduling Jobs with Oracle Scheduler

29.5.2.3 Altering an Event-Based JobYou alter an event-based job by using the SET_ATTRIBUTE procedure in the DBMS_SCHEDULER package … . For jobs that specify the event inline, you cannot set the queue_spec and event_condition attributes … event condition and queue specification as the third and fourth arguments, respectively, to

Database Administrator's Guide, Release 19c

Scheduling Jobs with Oracle Scheduler

29.5.2.2 Creating an Event-Based JobYou use the CREATE_JOB procedure or Cloud Control to create an event-based job. The job can include … event information inline as job attributes or can specify event information by pointing to an event … schedule. Like jobs based on time schedules, event-based jobs are not auto-dropped unless the job

Database PL/SQL Language Reference, Release 19c

PL/SQL Triggers

9.3.4.8 Triggers for Transparent Event LoggingTriggers are very useful when you want to transparently do a related change in the database following certain events. The REORDER trigger example shows a trigger that reorders parts as necessary when certain conditions are met. (In other words, a triggering statement is entered, and the PARTS_ON_HAND value is less than the REORDER_POINT value.)

Database Administrator's Guide, Release 19c

Configuring Automatic Restart of an Oracle Database

Table 4-4 Event Record Parameters and Descriptions4.1.7.2.3 Fast Application Notification High Availability Events Understand FAN event record … parameters and the event types. Table 4-4 describes the FAN event record parameters and the event types … , followed by name-value pairs for the event properties. The event type is always the

Database Administrator's Guide, Release 19c

Managing Space for Schema Objects

19.2.4.1 Notifying Users: The AFTER SUSPEND System Event and TriggerAFTER SUSPEND system event. Users can register triggers for this event at both the database and schema … level. If a user registers a trigger to handle this system event, the trigger is executed after a SQL

Spatial and Graph Developer's Guide, Release 19c

Indexing and Querying Spatial Data

5.2.4 Using Event 54700 to Require a Spatial Index for Spatial Queries, you can require that a spatial index be defined and used for spatial queries by setting event … 54700 to the level value 1. You can reset the behavior to the default by setting event 54700 to the … level value 0 (zero). You can apply the event for the session or system by using the ALTER SESSION or

Database Performance Tuning Guide, Release 19c

Analyzing Sampled Data

9.3.1.3 Top Event P1/P2/P3The Top Event P1/P2/P3 subsection lists the wait event parameter values of the top wait events that … total wait time ( % Event ). For each wait event, values in the P1 Value, P2 Value, P3 Value column … correspond to wait event parameters displayed in the Parameter 1, Parameter 2, and Parameter 3 columns.

Database Security Guide, Release 19c

Configuring Authentication

Disabling the CLIENTID_OVERWRITE EventThe ALTER SYSTEM statement can disable the CLIENTID_OVERWRITE event. Enter the following ALTER

Database Reference, Release 18c

EVENT

Property DescriptionEVENT is a parameter used only to debug the system. Property Description Parameter type String





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