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RAW → The RAW datatype is used for binary data or byte strings that are not to be interpreted by Oracle … , for example, to store graphics character sequences. The maximum length of a RAW column is 2000 bytes … . See Also: Oracle9i SQL Reference. When RAW data in an Oracle table is converted to a character … string in a program, the
Raw Example → In this example, a raw data block is set up and a pointer to its data is obtained. Note the double … data_block; ub4 data_block_len = 10000; OCIRaw *raw1; ub1 *raw1_pointer; /* Set up the RAW … , data_block_len, &raw); /* Get a pointer to the data part of the RAW */ raw1_pointer = OCIRawPtr(envhp, raw1);
Raw Partitions → Datafiles for tablespaces may be stored on a file system or on raw partitions. A raw partition is a … portion of a physical disk that is accessed at the lowest possible level. UNIX supports raw … using drive letters A-Z, but creating raw partitions lets you bypass the disk drive limitation and … a physical drive.
Raw Functions → allocated size of raw memory in bytes OCIRawAssignBytes() assign raw data (ub1 *) to OCIRaw … * OCIRawAssignRaw() assign one OCIRaw * to another OCIRawPtr() get pointer to raw data OCIRawResize() resize … memory of variable-length raw data OCIRawSize() get size of raw data
raw (IN) → Variable-length raw pointer; the raw is resized to new_size.
raw (IN) → Pointer to the data of a given raw is returned.
raw (IN) → Raw data whose allocated size in bytes is returned. This must be a non- pointer.
Raw Partitions → In Windows NT, use Disk Administrator to create raw partitions required for Oracle Real Application … Clusters. In Windows 2000, use Computer Management to create basic disks (compatible with raw
LONG RAW → The LONG RAW datatype is similar to the RAW datatype, except that it stores raw data with a length up to two gigabytes (2^31-1 bytes).
Raw (OCIRaw) → Variable-length raw data is represented in C using the OCIRaw * datatype. For binding and defining
RAW and LONG RAW Datatypes → Note: The LONG RAW datatype is provided for backward compatibility with existing applications. For … new applications, use the BLOB and BFILE datatypes for large amounts of binary data. The RAW and … LONG RAW datatypes are used for data that is not to be interpreted (not converted when moving data … example, LONG RAW
RAW and LONG RAW Values → When you select a RAW or LONG RAW column value into a character host variable, Oracle9 i must … binary byte of RAW or LONG RAW data as a pair of characters. Each character represents the hexadecimal … also necessary when you insert a character host value into a RAW or LONG RAW column.
RAW and LONG RAW Values → When you select a RAW or LONG RAW column value into a CHAR or VARCHAR2 variable, PL/SQL must … RAW or LONG RAW data as a pair of characters. Each character represents the hexadecimal equivalent of … insert a CHAR or VARCHAR 2 value into a RAW or LONG RAW column. Each pair of characters
LONG, RAW, LONG RAW, VARCHAR2 → You can use the piecewise capabilities provided by OCIBindByName(), OCIBindByPos(), OCIDefineByPos(), OCIStmtGetPieceInfo() and OCIStmtSetPieceInfo() to perform inserts, updates or fetches involving column data of these types.
E.7 Raw Pixel Header "C" Constants → The following C language constants define the values used in the Raw Pixel header. #define
E Image Raw Pixel Format → This appendix describes the Oracle Raw Pixel image format and is intended for developers and … advanced users who wish to use the Raw Pixel format to import unsupported image formats into inter Media
E.5.3 Band Interleaving → Band interleaving describes the relative location of different bands of pixel data within the image buffer. Bands are ordered by their appearance in an image data stream, with 1 being the first band, n being the last band. Band 0 would indicate no band or no data. Band Interleaved by Pixel (BIP), or Chunky BIP, or chunky, images place the various bands or channels of pixel data sequentially by pixel,
E.3 Raw Pixel Header Field Descriptions → This section describes the fields of the Raw Pixel Header in greater detail. Image Identifier … Occupying the first 4 bytes of a Raw Pixel image, the identifier string must always be set to the ASCII … . This string is currently independent of the Raw Pixel version. Image Header Length The Raw Pixel … reader uses
E.10 Foreign Image Support and the Raw Pixel Format → inter Media provides support for reading certain foreign images that can be described in terms of a few simple parameters, and whose data is arranged in a certain straightforward way within the image file. There is no list of the supported formats because the list would be so large and continually changing. Instead, there are some simple guidelines to determine if an image can be read using the foreign