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OPEN → PREPARE sql_stmt FROM:delete_stmt; EXEC SQL DECLARE dept_cursor FOR sql_stmt; when you OPEN … select_stmt. OPEN OPEN allocates an Oracle cursor, binds input host variables, and executes the query … , identifying its active set. OPEN also positions the cursor on the first row in the active set and
open() → Opens the BLOB in read/write or read-only mode. Syntax void open( LobOpenMode mode
open() → Opens the CLOB in read/write or read-only mode. Syntax void open( LObOpenMode mode
open( ) → Format open(userArg IN RAW, ctx OUT RAW) RETURN INTEGER; Description Opens a data source. It is
open() → Opens an existing BFILE for read-only access. This function is meaningful the first time it is called for a Bfile object. Syntax void open();
OPEN Statement → The OPEN statement executes the query associated with a cursor. It allocates database resources to … open. cursor_parameter_name A variable declared as the formal parameter of a cursor. (For the syntax … OPEN statement is executed. The FETCH statement retrieves the rows. With a FOR UPDATE cursor, the rows … parameter in the cursor
OPEN Procedure → This procedure opens a LOB, internal or external, in the indicated mode. Valid modes include read-only, and read/write.
13.9.3 OPEN → OPEN allocates an Oracle cursor, binds input host variables, and executes the query, identifying … its active set. OPEN also positions the cursor on the first row in the active set and zeroes the rows … , OPEN allocates emp_cursor and assigns the host variable salary to the WHERE clause, as follows: EXEC SQL OPEN emp_cursor
SQL OPEN → The SQL OPEN command activates an explicitly-declared SQL cursor. When the cursor is opened, SQL … cursor's result set, and leaves the cursor in the open state for use by SQL FETCH or SQL IMPORT. The … cursor is positioned before the first row of the result set. Syntax SQL OPEN cursor Arguments
file open → The time it takes to open the file.
13.4.14 OPEN → Purpose Open a LOB or BFILE for read or read/write access. Syntax EXEC SQL [AT [:]database] LOB … OPEN:src [ READ ONLY | READ WRITE ] END-EXEC. Host Variables src (IN OUT) LOB locator of the LOB or … internal LOBs, being OPEN is associated with the LOB, not with the locator. Assigning an already … the same LOB. For BFILEs, being
OPEN Function → This function is used to declare a new job using the Data Pump API. The handle that is returned is used as a parameter for calls to all other procedures except ATTACH.
16.4.14 OPEN → Purpose Open a LOB or BFILE for read or read/write access. Syntax EXEC SQL [AT [:]database] LOB … OPEN:src [ READ ONLY | READ WRITE ]. Host Variables src (IN OUT) LOB locator of the LOB or BFILE … LOBs, being OPEN is associated with the LOB, not the locator. Assigning an already OPENed locator … . For BFILEs, being OPEN
BFILE open → The session waits for an external large object (LOB) to open. Wait Time: The total elapsed time for
OPEN Procedure → This procedure specifies the type of object to be retrieved, the version of its metadata, and the object model. The return value is an opaque context handle for the set of objects to be used in subsequent calls. See Also: For more information about related subprograms: Subprograms for Retrieval of Multiple Objects from the Database
9.11.3 OPEN → The OPEN statement allocates a cursor, binds input host variables, and executes the query … , identifying its active set. OPEN also positions the cursor on the first row in the active set and zeroes the … example, OPEN allocates EMPCURSOR and assigns the host variable SALARY to the WHERE clause, as follows: EXEC SQL OPEN
OPEN-FOR-USING Statement → The OPEN-FOR-USING statement associates a cursor variable with a query, executes the query … the OPEN-FOR-USING statement when building a query where you know the WHERE clauses in advance. Use … the OPEN-FOR statement when you need the flexibility to process a dynamic query with an unknown … Notes You use three statements to process
OPEN-FOR Statement → The OPEN-FOR statement executes the query associated with a cursor variable. It allocates database … . To open the host cursor variable, you can pass it as a bind variable to an anonymous PL/SQL block … . You can reduce network traffic by grouping OPEN-FOR statements. For example, the following PL/SQL … */ BEGIN OPEN:emp_cv
global cache open s → The session waits for a resource get in SHARED mode on the block identified by file# and block#. Wait Time: 1 second Parameter Description file# See "file#" block# See "block#" class See "class"