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RAISE → Index Glossary Master Index Feedback RAISE Syntax procedure RAISE (name in varchar2); Description … for the name of the error message provided. Calls to TOKEN ( ) and RAISE ( ) raise predefined errors
Raise → Index Glossary Master Index Feedback Raise PL/SQL Syntax procedure Raise (p_event_name in varchar2 … . Raise() creates a WF_EVENT_T structure for this event instance and sets the specified event name … passed to the Event Manager within the call to the Raise() API, or the Event Manager can obtain the event
RAISE Statement → Records RESTRICT_REFERENCES Pragma
RAISE Statement → The RAISE statement stops normal execution of a PL/SQL block or subprogram and transfers control to … runtime system. However, RAISE statements can also raise predefined exceptions. User-defined exceptions … must be raised explicitly by RAISE statements. For more information, see "Defining Your Own PL/SQL Exceptions".
Raising Exceptions with the RAISE Statement → PL/SQL blocks and subprograms should raise an exception only when an error makes it undesirable or … impossible to finish processing. You can place RAISE statements for a given exception anywhere … ... IF number_on_hand You can also raise a predefined exception explicitly. That way, an exception … : DECLARE acct_type INTEGER:=
COM-0017: The application needs to raise an exception. The structure passed in pexcepinfo should be… → Action: Make sure the structure in pexcepinfo is initialized.
OCIExtProcRaiseExcpWithMsg() → Purpose Raise an exception with a message.
OCIExtProcRaiseExcp() → Purpose Raise an Exception to PL/SQL.
PLS-00368 in RAISE statement, ' string ' must be an exception name → Cause: The identifier in a RAISE statement is not a valid exception name. Action: Make sure the … identifier in the RAISE statement was declared as an exception and is correctly placed in the block
PLS-00367 a RAISE statement with no exception name must be inside an exception handler → Cause: A RAISE statement not followed by an exception name was found outside an exception handler … . Action: Delete the RAISE statement, relocate it to an exception handler, or supply the missing exception name.
C Exception Handling → C programs can raise exceptions through the OCIExtproc... functions.
Example → In the following example, you raise an exception when an inventoried part is out of stock: IF quantity_on_hand = 0 THEN RAISE out_of_stock; END IF;
Usage Notes → The get_response function can raise other exceptions when SET_RESPONSE_ERROR_CHECK is set to FALSE.
GET_DETAILED_EXCP_SUPPORT Procedure → This procedure checks if the UTL_HTTP package will raise a detailed exception or not.
Raising Events → In addition to raising events from your applications or through workflows, you can raise events … that do not require additional parameters manually using the Raise Event web page for testing purposes … . When you raise an event, the Event Manager searches for and executes any active subscriptions by
Defining Your Own PL/SQL Exceptions → exceptions must be declared and must be raised explicitly by RAISE statements.
endCDATA() → - The application may raise an exception. See Also startCDATA()
endDTD() → - The application may raise an exception. See Also startDTD(String, String, String)
startCDATA() → SAXException - The application may raise an exception. See Also endCDATA()