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SetDynasetOption → Master Index Feedback SetDynasetOption Applies To OParameter Description Set the dynaset option for … the dynaset created from the PL/SQL cursor. Usage void SetDynasetOption (unsigned int option … default, the dynaset is created with ODYNASET_READONLY option. The possible values are: Constant Value … operations) and from the rows
invalid option: option setting → Cause: The option given by option setting was not recognized by the customizer harness. Action: Correct or remove the unknown option.
unrecognized option: option → Cause: An unknown option was given to the profile conversion utility. Action: Verify that the option is spelled correctly.
THREADS Option → With THREADS=YES specified on the command line, Pro*COBOL ensures that the generated code is thread-safe, given that you follow the guidelines described in "Multithreading Programming Considerations". With THREADS=YES specified, Pro*COBOL verifies that all SQL statements execute within the scope of a user-defined runtime context. If your program does not meet this requirement, a precompiler error
UTF16_CHARSET Option → Specifies the default character set form used by UNICODE(UTF16) variables for performance and backward compatibility. See Also: "UTF16_CHARSET"
LINES Option → When LINES=YES, error messages issued by the C compiler always refer to your original source files, not the modified (precompiled) source file. This also enables stepping through the original source code using most debuggers. See "LINES".
NESTED Option → When set to NO, the NESTED precompiler option will prevent generation of the GLOBAL clause for non-nested programs. See "NESTED".
SQLMESSAGES Option → The SQLMESSAGES option controls whether SQL messages are sent to the current outfile, which is
SINGLEROW Option → The SINGLEROW option is intended for use during a direct path load with APPEND on systems with … limited memory, or when loading a small number of records into a large table. This option inserts each … the SINGLEROW option, storage space is not required for new index entries or for a new index. The … option is
SQLERRM Option → The SQLERRM option contains the error message associated with the current error code. It identifies
INCLUDE Option → The INCLUDE option enables the provided. cob files in the ORACLE_BASE\ORACLE_HOME \precomp\public … directory to be included without an explicit INCLUDE= option at the command line.
THREADS Option → program does not meet this requirement, a precompiler error is returned. See Also: "Programming Considerations" for guidelines regarding the THREADS option
SQLCODE Option → SQLCODE contains an integer error code number. Your programs should test the value of SQLCODE after every SQL command to make sure that the command executed successfully. You can also test the value of SQLCODE to determine whether you need to break out of a loop. SQLCODE typically has one of the values shown in Table 10-3. Table 10-3 Values of SQLCODE Code Meaning 0 (zero) The last SQL operation
PREFETCH Option → This precompiler option speeds up database access by prefetching values, thus cutting down the … number of network round-trips. See "The PREFETCH Precompiler Option".
V$OPTION → PARAMETER VARCHAR2(64) The name of the option VALUE VARCHAR2(64) TRUE if the option is installed
option (IN) → This parameter is currently unused. Pass as zero or OCI_DEFAULT.
PREFETCH Option → This precompiler option speeds up database access by "prefetching" values, thus cutting down the … number of network round trips. See "The PREFETCH Precompiler Option".
unknown option type: option name → Cause: The option named option name could not be handled by the customizer harness. This often … indicates a non-standard, customizer-specific option for which an appropriate JavaBeans property editor … accessible on the CLASSPATH. As a workaround, discontinue use of the option or use a different customizer.
cannot access option option name → Cause: The option named option name was not accessible to the customizer harness. This often … indicates a non-standard customizer-specific option. Action: Verify the intended use of the option. As a … workaround, discontinue use of the option or use a different customizer.