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hour (OUT) → The retrieved hour value.
hour (IN) → Hour value.
hour (OUT) → Hour value returned.
hour (OUT) → The retrieved time zone hour value.
hour (IN) → Hour value to be set.
Waiting Requests by Hour (24x7) → The Waiting Requests by Hour (24 x 7) report answers the question, "What are my problem time
Concurrent Managers by Hour (24x7) → The Concurrent Managers by Hour (24 x 7) report answers the question, "How is my concurrent manager … the sum of the data for each hour over the time period. For example, if the time period extends from … in which each hour is displayed. Any hours with a concurrent manager utilization greater than the
ORA-01850 hour must be between 0 and 23 → Cause: An invalid hour was specified for a date using the 24-hour time format. If the 24-hour … format code (HH24) is listed, the specified hour must be between 0 and 23. Action: Enter an hour value between 0 and 23.
ORA-01813 hour may only be specified once → Cause: More than one hour format code was listed in a date specification. Only one of the following … hour format codes may be specified in a date: HH, HH12, HH24. Action: Remove all but one hour format from the date specification.
ORA-01837 minutes of hour conflicts with seconds in day → Cause: A date specification contained both minutes of the hour and seconds in the day but the … values did not correspond. If both minutes in the hour (MI) and seconds past midnight (SSSSS) are
ORA-01836 hour conflicts with seconds in day → Cause: The wrong hour was specified with seconds in the day. If an hour is specified with seconds … past midnight (SSSSS), it must be the hour in which the seconds value falls. Action: Remove the hour … value from the date specification or specify the correct hour for the seconds past midnight.
ORA-01849 hour must be between 1 and 12 → Cause: An invalid hour was specified for a date using the 12-hour time format. If a 12-hour format … code (HH or HH12) is used, the specified hour must be between 1 and 12. Action: Enter an hour value between 1 and 12.
getTimeZoneOffset() → Returns the time zone offset in hours and minutes. Syntax void getTimeZoneOffset(int &hour, int … &minute) const; Parameters hour time zone hour minute time zone minute
Syntax → void OCIDateSetTime ( OCIDate *date, ub1 hour, ub1 min, ub1 sec );
setTimeZoneOffset() → Sets the hour and minute offset for time zone. Syntax void setTimeZoneOffset(int hour, int minute … ); Parameters hour time zone hour. Valid values are -12 through 14. minute time zone minute. Valid values are -59 through 59.
getTime() → Return the hour, minute, second, and fractional second (fs) components Syntax void getTime(unsigned … int &hour, unsigned int &minute, unsigned int &second, unsigned int &fs) const; Parameters hour … hour component minute minute component second second component fs fractional second component
OCIIntervalSetDaySecond() → Purpose Sets day, hour, minute, and second in an interval.
ORA-01874 time zone hour must be between -12 and 13 → Cause: The time zone hour specified was not in the valid range. Action: Specify a time zone hour between -12 and 13.
set() → This method sets the interval to the values specified. Syntax void set(int day, int hour, int … minute, int second, int fracsec); Parameters day Day component. hour Hour component. minute Minute