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AQMsg Method (not used) → Master Index Feedback AQMsg Method (not used) Applies To OAQ Description Creates an OAQMsg for the
Table of Contents → Oracle Ultra Search Online Documentation Release 9.2 Home Book List Contents Master Index Feedback Table of Contents Part I Concepts What's New in Ultra Search Ultra Search Overview Ultra Search Crawler and Data Sources About the Ultra Search Administration Tool About the Ultra Search Sample Query Applications About the Search Query API About the Ultra Search Java Email API Installation Installing
NOT (~) → Use the NOT operator to search for documents that contain one query term and not another.
What Is NOT Supported → Index Glossary Master Index Feedback What Is NOT Supported The following types of customizations … are not supported: 1. Modifying a workflow object that has a protection level that is less than 100 … documented as not to be modified. 5. Manual modifications of Workflow tables with a prefix of WF_ or FND_
D Commands Not Supported in i SQL*Plus → This appendix lists SQL*Plus commands not supported in the i SQL*Plus user interface. Attempting to … . The following commands have no context in i SQL*Plus and have not been implemented. ACCEPT PASSWORD … CLEAR SCREEN PAUSE The following SET command variables have no context in i SQL*Plus and have not … have not
Unsupported Control Utility Commands → Table B-2 describes the control utility commands not supported in release 9.0. Table B-2
Overview of Unsupported Features → recommends not sharing sqlnet.ora with other nodes after merging or adding these parameters
Oracle Workflow Guide Release 2.6.2 → Contents Index Glossary Master Index Feedback
See Also → new item attribute after work items have been initiated will not affect the active work items … . However, these work items will not include the new item attribute unless you specifically create the … may cause errors in active work items that do not include the attribute. For example, if you change … item attribute, the function
Unsupported Parameters → Table B-1 describes the networking parameters no longer supported. Table B-1 Unsupported Networking Parameters Parameter File Description Last Supported Release COMMUNITY tnsnames.ora The parameter was a required part of all network service addresses. Thus, it appears anywhere you might find an address (for example, local naming and listener configuration files). 8.0 AUTOMATIC_IPC sqlnet.ora This
Workflow Objects That Do Not Support Versioning → The following Workflow objects do not support versioning: Item attributes Messages Lookups PL/SQL … your changes carefully to ensure that the changes do not cause any backward incompatibility. Note … : The Workflow Builder does not support the editing of PL/SQL code. PL/SQL code is listed as a Workflow
B Commands and Parameters Not Supported in This Release → This appendix describes features no longer supported by Oracle Net Services. This appendix contains these topics: Overview of Unsupported Features Unsupported Parameters Unsupported Control Utility Commands
NOT Transformations → Stopword Expression Rewritten Expression non_stopword NOT stopword non_stopword non_stopword NOT … no_token non_stopword stopword NOT non_stopword no_token no_token NOT non_stopword no_token stopword … NOT stopword no_token no_token NOT stopword no_token stopword NOT
SYND-503, Not implemented → Cause: The server does not implement the requested operation. Action: Make sure the operation you want to perform is supported by Syndication Server.
Method not accessible. → Cause: This class has no access to the method. Action: Check that the access rights of the method are set correctly.
Do not include titles → When selected, classification titles such as Status, Service Name, and Timestamp are omitted from the message.
%s attribute not found. → Cause: The particular attribute type is not defined in the schema.
Using NOT NULL → Besides assigning an initial value, declarations can impose the NOT NULL constraint, as the … following example shows: acct_id INTEGER(4) NOT NULL:= 9999; You cannot assign s to a variable defined … as NOT NULL. If you try, PL/SQL raises the predefined exception VALUE_ERROR. The NOT NULL … constraint must be followed