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Database PL/SQL Language Reference, Release 19c

Record Variable Declaration

You can impose the NOT NULL constraint on a scalar variable or constant or scalar component of a composite…A record variable is a composite variable whose internal components, called fields, can have … different data types. The value of a record variable and the values of its fields can change. You … reference an entire record variable by its name. You reference a record field with the syntax record.field … . You can

Database PL/SQL Language Reference, Release 19c

PL/SQL Collections and Records

5.12.3 RECORD TypesA RECORD type defined in a PL/SQL block is a local type. It is available only in the block, and is … stored in the database only if the block is in a standalone or package subprogram. A RECORD type … you drop the package with the DROP PACKAGE statement. You cannot create a RECORD type at schema level … . Therefore, a RECORD

Database PL/SQL Language Reference, Release 19c

PL/SQL Collections and Records

5.12.2 Declaring Record ConstantsWhen declaring a record constant, you must create a function that populates the record with its … initial value and then invoke the function in the constant declaration. Example 5-35 Declaring Record … Constant This example creates a function that populates the record with its initial value and then … Live SQL

Database PL/SQL Language Reference, Release 19c

PL/SQL Collections and Records

5.12 Record VariablesYou can create a record variable in any of these ways: Define a RECORD type and then declare a … variable of that type. Use %ROWTYPE to declare a record variable that represents either a full or … partial row of a database table or view. Use %TYPE to declare a record variable of the same type as a … previously

Database PL/SQL Language Reference, Release 19c

PL/SQL Collections and Records

5.14 Record ComparisonsRecords cannot be tested natively for ity, equality, or inequality. These BOOLEAN expressions are illegal: My_Record IS NULL My_Record_1 = My_Record_2 My_Record_1 > My_Record_2 You must write your own functions to implement such tests. For information about writing functions, see PL/SQL Subprograms.

Database PL/SQL Language Reference, Release 19c

PL/SQL Collections and Records

5.17 Restrictions on Record Inserts and UpdatesThese restrictions apply to record inserts and updates: Record variables are allowed only in these … statement In the INTO subclause of a RETURNING clause Record variables are not allowed in a SELECT … SET clause is allowed if ROW is used. If the VALUES clause of an INSERT statement contains a record … clause

Database Administrator's Guide, Release 19c

Managing Distributed Transactions

35.7.1 Step 1: Record User Feedbackthe local transaction ID of the in-doubt distributed transaction. You should request and record this

Database PL/SQL Language Reference, Release 19c

PL/SQL Collections and Records

5.13.3 Assigning NULL to a Record VariableAssigning the value NULL to a record variable assigns the value NULL to each of its fields. This … assignment is recursive; that is, if a field is a record, then its fields are also assigned the value … NULL. Example 5-53 Assigning NULL to Record Variable This example prints the fields of a record … variable (one

Database PL/SQL Language Reference, Release 19c

PL/SQL Collections and Records

5.12.1 Initial Values of Record VariablesFor a record variable of a RECORD type, the initial value of each field is NULL unless you specify … a different initial value for it when you define the type. For a record variable declared with

Database PL/SQL Language Reference, Release 19c

PL/SQL Collections and Records

5.13 Assigning Values to Record VariablesA record variable means either a record variable or a record component of a composite variable. To … any record variable, you can assign a value to each field individually. You can assign values using … qualified expressions (see Example 5-8 ). In some cases, you can assign the value of one record

Database PL/SQL Language Reference, Release 19c

PL/SQL Collections and Records

5.13.1 Assigning One Record Variable to AnotherYou can assign the value of one record variable to another record variable only in these cases: The … two variables have the same RECORD type. The target variable is declared with a RECORD type, the … fields have the same data type. For record components of composite variables, the types of the

Application Server - WebLogic Server (WLS), 12c (12.2.1.3.0)

record

recordrecorded. Operation Name \"record\"     Parameters Object [] {  str  } where: str is an object of type

All Cloud Services, Latest Cloud Release

record

recordrecorded. Operation Name \"record\"     Parameters Object [] {  str  } where: str is an object of type

All Cloud Services, Latest Cloud Release

record

recordrecorded. Operation Name \"record\"     Parameters Object [] {  str  } where: str is an object of type

Oracle Internet Directory (OID), 11g Release 1 (11.1.1.9)

Record

UNKNOWNField Detail UNKNOWN public static final long UNKNOWN This field specifies unknown long value setting, such as unknown total.

Oracle Internet Directory (OID), 11g Release 1 (11.1.1.9)

Record

getGamutpublic long getGamut() Returns the recorded duration gamut of occurrences thus far. Returns: long representing the duration gamut

Oracle Internet Directory (OID), 11g Release 1 (11.1.1.9)

Record

getCountpublic int getCount() Returns the recorded count of occurrences thus far. Returns: int representing the occurance count

Oracle Internet Directory (OID), 11g Release 1 (11.1.1.9)

Record

getMinimumpublic long getMinimum() Returns the recorded minimum duration of occurrences thus far. Returns: long representing the minimum duration

Oracle Internet Directory (OID), 11g Release 1 (11.1.1.9)

Record

All Implemented Interfaces:java.lang.Cloneable, XmlPrintable public class Record extends java.lang.Object implements

Oracle Internet Directory (OID), 11g Release 1 (11.1.1.9)

Record

getMaximumpublic long getMaximum() Returns the recorded maximum duration of occurrences thus far. Returns: long representing the maximum duration