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Recovery Manager Reference, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

EXIT

Restrictions and Usage NotesExecute only at the RMAN prompt.

Recovery Manager Reference, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

EXIT

EXITSyntax exit::= Text description of exit

Recovery Manager Reference, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

EXIT

PurposeTo shut down the Recovery Manager utility.

Recovery Manager Reference, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

EXIT

ExampleExiting RMAN: Example This example starts RMAN and then shuts it down: % rman RMAN> EXIT

Oracle® Net Services Reference Guide, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

2 Oracle Connection Manager Control Utility

EXITPurpose Use the EXIT command to exit from the Oracle Connection Manager Control utility … . Prerequisites None Syntax From the operating system: cmctl EXIT {-cinstance_name} {-p password} From the … Oracle Connection Manager Control utility: CMCTL> EXIT Usage Notes This command is identical to the QUIT command. Example

SQL*Plus® User's Guide and Reference, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

13 SQL*Plus Command Reference

EXITSyntax {EXIT | QUIT} [ SUCCESS | FAILURE | WARNING | n | variable |:BindVariable ] [ COMMIT … to access the return code in i SQL*Plus. In i SQL*Plus click the Logout button to exit the Oracle … Database. Commit on exit, or commit on termination of processing in i SQL*Plus, is performed … regardless of the status of SET AUTOCOMMIT.

Oracle® Net Services Reference Guide, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

1 Listener Control Utility

EXITPurpose Use the EXIT command to exit from the Listener Control utility. Prerequisites None Password … to be issued prior to this command. Syntax From the Listener Control utility: LSNRCTL> EXIT … Arguments None Usage Notes This command is identical to the RELOAD command. Example LSNRCTL> EXIT

Broker, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

7 D ata Guard Command-Line Interface Reference

EXITEx its (quits) the command-line interface. Format EXIT; Command Parameters None. Usage Notes This … following example demonstrates how to exit (quit) the command-line interface. DGMGRL> EXIT;

User's Guide and Reference, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

EXIT Statement

EXIT StatementThe EXIT statement breaks out of a loop. The EXIT statement has two forms: the unconditional EXIT … and the conditional EXIT WHEN. With either form, you can name the loop to be exited. For more … information, see "Controlling Loop Iterations: LOOP and EXIT Statements". Syntax Description of the

User's Guide and Reference, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

4 Using PL/SQL Control Structures

Using the EXIT StatementThe EXIT statement forces a loop to complete unconditionally. When an EXIT statement is encountered … Remember, the EXIT statement must be placed inside a loop. To complete a PL/SQL block before its

Pro*C/C++ Programmer's Guide, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

20 User Exits

20.13.1 Naming the ExitThe name of your user exit cannot be an Oracle reserved word. Also avoid using names that conflict … . The name of the user exit entry point in the source code becomes the name of the user exit itself … . The exit name must be a valid C function name, and a valid filename for your operating system. SQL … *Forms

Concepts Guide, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

2 Using Oracle Universal Installer

Using OUI Exit Codesresponse file), you may need to consider the exit codes generated by OUI and perform a particular action … depending on the code OUI returns. OUI returns one of the following exit codes: Code Description 0 All … return immediately without waiting for the exit code. OUI will be running in "bootstrap" mode if … the following line

Release 1.8, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

Writing User Exits

Calling a User Exitvariable, or global variable The following example shows how a user exit PUTs the values of a numeric … exit returns, rather than when the assignment is made, provided the field is on the current display … . If a user exit changes the value of a field several times, only the last change takes effect … . Calling a User Exit

Release 1.8, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

Writing User Exits

Developing a User Exitprocedural capabilities (for example, recursive sorting) special file I/O operations Developing a User Exit … This section outlines the way to develop a SQL*Forms user exit; later sections go into more detail

Release 1.8, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

Writing User Exits

Writing a User ExitTo incorporate a user exit into a form, you take the following steps: 1. Write the user exit in a … your user exit information into the database table. 6. Use the GENXTB utility to read the … user exit object module, and the IAPXIT object module created in step 6. 8. In the form, define a … trigger to call the

Release 1.8, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

Writing User Exits

Naming the ExitThe name of your user exit cannot be an Oracle reserved word. Also avoid using names that conflict

Release 1.8, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

Writing User Exits

Why Write a User Exit?When called by a SQL*Forms trigger, the user exit runs, then returns a status code to SQL*Forms … (refer to Figure 11 - 1 ). Your user exit can display messages on the SQL*Forms status line, get and … Communicating with a User Exit Why Write a User Exit? SQL*Forms Version 3 allows you to use PL/SQL … blocks in

User's Guide and Reference, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

4 Using PL/SQL Control Structures

Using the EXIT-WHEN StatementThe EXIT-WHEN statement lets a loop complete conditionally. When the EXIT statement is encountered … control passes to the next statement after the loop: LOOP FETCH c1 INTO... EXIT WHEN c1%NOTFOUND … ; -- exit loop if condition is true... END LOOP; CLOSE c1; Until the condition is true, the loop cannot … . The

Pro*C/C++ Programmer's Guide, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

20 User Exits

20.4 Writing a User ExitYou can use the following kinds of statements to write your SQL*Forms user exit: C code EXEC SQL … EXEC ORACLE EXEC TOOLS This section focuses on the EXEC TOOLS statements, which let you pass values between SQL*Forms and a user exit.

Release 1.8, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

Writing User Exits

What Is a User Exit?A user exit is a host-language subroutine written by you and called by SQL*Forms to do special … -purpose processing. You can embed SQL commands and PL/SQL blocks in your user exit, then precompile it as you would a host program.