ON → … (Continues the current tracking process without interruption when tracking is already on, or resumes with … effect on the tracking list, so you can send the same list repeatedly to different destinations. APPEND … when you want the memory for other purposes). Also, when tracking is on, resumes waiting for you to … Each
ON → monitoring is already on, or resumes with a gap when monitoring was off.) When you do not specify … either ALL or awlist, the default is the program specified in the last MONITOR ON statement that did … file. RESET (Useful only when monitoring is on.) Retains the program name that is currently … when monitoring is on.)
getXAErrorCode() → Determine if the thrown exception is due to an XA or an SQL error. Used by C++ XA applications with dynamic registration. Returns an XA error code if the exception is due to XA, or XA_OK otherwise. Syntax int getrXAErrorCode( const string &dbname); Parameter Description dbname The database name; same as the optional dbname provided in the Open String (and used when connecting to the Resource Manager).
SQLException() → This is the SQLException constructor. Syntax Description SQLException(); Constructs a NULL SQLException object. SQLException( const SQLException &src); Constructs an SQLException object as a copy of another SQLException object. Parameter Description src The SQLException to be copied.
Compilation → cd apache_1.3. xx /src/lib rm -r expat-lite sdbm cd ../os rm -r bs2000 cygwin mpeix netware os2 os390 win32 cd .. Compilation
getNLSMessage() → Returns the error message string of this SQLException if it was created with an error message string. Passes the globalization enabled environment. Returns a NULL string if the SQLException was created with no error message. The error message will be in the character set associated with the environment. Syntax UString getNLSMessage( Environment *env) const; Parameter Description env The globalization
getNLSUStringMessage() → Returns the error message UString of this SQLException if it was created with an error message UString. Passes the globalization enabled environment. Returns a NULL UString if the SQLException was created with no error message. The error message will be in the character set associated with the environment. Syntax UString getNLSUStringMessage( Environment *env) const; Parameter Description env The
Compiling with VisualAge TPF → create it. Make sure Apache can write into the logs subdirectory by doing a zfile chmod on it with the … more information: http://www.ibm.com/tpf/pubs/tpfpubs.htm. On TPF add Apache to the Internet … : ZINET ADD S-APACHE PGM- chta MODEL-DAEMON USER-root On pre-PUT11 systems use the NOLISTEN model … Apache running as NOLISTEN
SQLException Class → SQLExcepti on Class The SQLException class provides information on generated errors, their codes
getErrorCode() → Gets the database error code. Syntax int getErrorCode() const;
getMessage() → Returns the error message string of this SQLException if it was created with an error message string. Returns NULL if the SQLException was created with no error message. Syntax string getMessage() const;
Installation → instructions assume a c89 compiler and have been tested on an OS/390 UNIX machine running at version 2.6 … : Editing files on your PC prior to moving them to OS/390 UNIX may result in the loss/addition of … readme-tpf.html document lists the modules that have been tested on TPF) if you did not delete the … at http://modules.apache.org/.
getUStringMessage() → Returns the error message UString of this SQLException if it was created with an error message UString. Returns a NULL UString if the SQLException was created with no error message. The error message will be in the character set associated with the environment. Syntax UString getUStringMessage() const;
Installing the Apache 1.3 HTTP Server on TPF → to install Apache onto a TPF system. You should first read readme-tpf.html for basic information on
Download → details on how to get Apache and how to get it where it needs to be: Download the compressed Apache files … (the "tarball") to your PC. The file name on the web site will be something like apache_1.3. xx … the tarball on your PC using WinZip or some other PC decompression tool. TIP: If you are using WinZip … be done simply by
setErrorCtx() → Sets the pointer to the error context. Syntax void setErrorCtx( void *ctx); Parameter Description ctx The pointer to the error context.
Starting and Shutting Down the Database Instance on Windows → Figure 5-1 Shutdown/Startup Button on Home Page Description of the illustration hp-shutdown.gif The … requires you to log in to the machine that Oracle is running on, and into the database itself with … database, specifying options. Starting and Shutting Down the Database Instance on Windows You can … Administrative Tools->Services.
2.4.3 Using Oracle Counters for Windows Performance Monitor → Performance Monitor" for specific instructions on accessing and using Oracle Counters for Windows Performance Monitor to monitor Oracle Database performance
2.2.3 Starting Database Tools from the Command Line → Table 2-3 describes how to start Oracle Database tools from the command line, and where to go for further information on using these products.
D.2.3 Process Errors: OSD-04200 to OSD-04299 → OSD-04200 Unable to begin another thread Cause: Program has run out of system resources. Action: Shut down all unnecessary processes; install more memory in the computer. OSD-04201 No pid structure supplied to spdcr() Cause: This is an internal error, not normally expected to occur. Action: Contact Oracle Support Services. OSD-04202 DosSetPriority() failure, unable to set process priority Cause: Unexpected
Tool Enter at Prompt More Information → instructions on use of Data Pump Export Oracle Database Error Messages for information on error messages … list of these parameters, enter: C:\> impdp help=y Oracle Database Utilities for instructions on … use of Data Pump Import Oracle Database Error Messages for information on error messages Export C … , enter:
Tool Start Procedure More Information → Table 2-4 Starting Windows Tools Tool Start Procedure More Information Event Viewer Choose Start > Programs > Administrative Tools > Event Viewer "Using Event Viewer to Monitor a Database" Your operating system documentation Microsoft Management Console (MMC) Foot 1 Choose Start > Programs > Oracle - HOME_NAME > Configuration and Migration Tools > Administration Assistant for Windows Your operating
D.2 OSD-04000 to OSD-04599: Windows-Specific Oracle Database Messages → translate the 'USERNAME' config.ora variable on server 4513 'remote_os_authent' init.ora variable
2.3 Using SQL*Loader → This section describes Windows-specific information for using SQL*Loader ( SQLLDR ).
2.3.3 Specifying the Bad File → When SQL*Loader executes, it can create a file called a bad file or reject file in which it places records that were rejected because of formatting errors or because they caused Oracle Database errors. If you have specified that a bad file is to be created, it overwrites any existing file with the same name; ensure that you do not overwrite a file you wish to retain.
D Error Messages on Windows → available. See this Appendix, Oracle Database Error Messages, and Oracle Enterprise Manager Messages Manual for information on error messages.
2.4.1 Using Event Viewer to Monitor a Database → major events can appear on-screen as you work at your computer, events not requiring your immediate … operating system audit trail is logged to Event Viewer. See Also: Chapter 6, "Monitoring a Database on … Windows" for specific instructions on accessing and using Event Viewer to monitor Oracle Database events
Administration Task Preferred Tool Other Tools → use it for Oracle Internet Directory Release 9.0.4 or earlier. For guidelines on creating database
2.3.1 Windows Processing Options → external_table option), then specify the UNIX-style record terminator by specifying "str '\n'" on
2.3.2 Case Study Files → The distribution media for SQL*Loader contains case study files for control files, datafiles, and setup files in ulcase1,...ulcase11 in the following directory: Oracle_Home \rdbms\demo.
D.4 Database Connection Issues → are logged on as the user Administrator, or a user within the Windows Administrator's Group with
2 Database Tools on Windows → Oracle Database for Windows includes various tools to perform database functions. This chapter describes preferred tools to perform common database administration tasks and explains how tools can be started. Unless otherwise noted, features described in this guide are common to Oracle Database Enterprise Edition, Oracle Database Standard Edition, and Oracle Database Personal Edition. This chapter
2.1.2 Preferred Database Tools → ", for instructions on how to start the tool. Note: The VOLSIZE parameter for Export and Import … utilities is not supported on Windows. If you attempt to use the utilities with the VOLSIZE parameter, then
2.4.2 Using Microsoft Management Console to Administer a Database → OracleService SID Modify registry parameters for all Oracle homes on the computer Modify the computer
2.4 Using Windows Tools → You can use Windows tools in various ways to manage Oracle Database: Using Event Viewer to Monitor a Database Using Microsoft Management Console to Administer a Database Using Oracle Counters for Windows Performance Monitor Using Registry Editor to Modify Configuration Information Using Task Manager to Monitor Applications and Processes Using Local Users and Groups to Manage Users and Groups Using
2.1 Choosing a Database Tool → can be used on particular operating systems and preferred tools to use for common database
2.4.4 Using Registry Editor to Modify Configuration Information → parameters and specific instructions on using the registry to modify Oracle Database configuration parameters
2.2.2 Starting Database Tools from the Start Menu → where to go for further information on using these products. Note: When you use an assistant, you must
Native Datatypes Default Field Length → in bytes. See Also: Oracle Database Utilities for a complete list of options and instructions on using SQL*Loader
2.3.4 Control File Conventions → When preparing SQL*Loader control files (.ctl ), you must follow certain syntax and notational conventions. In full path descriptions, backslashes do not require escape characters or other special treatment. When embedding a single or double quotation mark inside a string delimited by double quotation marks, place a backslash escape character before the embedded quotation mark. When specifying datatypes