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E.1.7 Ada SQL_STANDARD Package → E.1.6 Command Line The command line interpreter makes assumptions about defaults that are system specific. See your system-specific Oracle documentation. E.1.7 Ada SQL_STANDARD Package The SQL_STANDARD package that is shipped with the Ada version of SQL*Module can differ from system to system, depending on the requirements of your Ada compiler. See your system-specific Oracle documentation.
E System-Specific References → This appendix contains a complete list of the features of the SQL*Module compiler and its libraries that are system specific.
E.1.2 Character Case in Command Lines → Operating systems differ in case sensitivity. See "Case of Package and Procedure Names " for more information.
E.1.9 Location of the Pro*C/C++ Executable → E.1.9 L ocation of the Pro*C/C++ Executable The location of the Pro*C/C++ Precompiler is system specific. See the section "The Precompiler Command", and your installation or user's guides, for more information.
E.1.11 INCLUDE Option Syntax → The syntax for the value of the INCLUDE command-line option is system specific. See "INCLUDE".
E.1 System-Specific Information → System-specific information is described in the appropriate Oracle system-specific documentation for your platform.
E.1.10 System Configuration File → Each precompiler installation has a system configuration file. This file is not shipped with the precompiler; it must be created by the system administrator. The location (directory path) which Pro*C/C++ searches for the system configuration file is system dependent. See the section "What Occurs During Precompilation? " for more information.
E.1.5 Ada Output Files → The default filenames and filename extensions for Ada depend on the supported compiler for your system. See "Source Code Output File" and "Listing File".
E.1.1 Supported Compilers → The Ada compiler that you can use to compile the code generated by SQL*Module is platform specific. See your system-dependent documentation.
E.1.2 Specifying Location of Included Files for the C Compiler → When you use the Pro*C/C++ command-line option INCLUDE= to specify the location of a non-standard file to be included, you should also specify the same location for the C compiler. The way you do this is system specific. See "Include Files".
E.1.1 Location of Standard Header Files → The location of the standard Pro*C/C++ header files— sqlca.h, oraca.h, and sqlda.h —is system specific. For other your system, see your Oracle system-specific documentation.
E.1.4 Struct Component Alignment → C compilers vary in the way they align struct components, usually depending on the system hardware. Use the sqlvcp() function to determine the padding added to the.arr component of a VARCHAR struct. See the section "Find the Length of the VARCHAR Array Component ".
E.1.3 ANSI C Support → Use the CODE= option to make the C code that Pro*C/C++ generates compatible with your system's C compiler. See "Function Prototyping ".
E.1.6 Byte Ordering → E.1.6 B yte Ordering The order of bytes in a word is platform dependent. See the section "UNSIGNED ".
E.1.8 Linking in an XA Library → You link in your XA library in a system-dependent way. See the section "Linking ", and your Oracle installation or user's guides, for more information.
E.1.7 Connecting to the Oracle Server → Connecting to the Oracle server using the Oracle Net drivers involves system-specific network protocols. See the section "Interface to OCI Release 8" for more details.
E.1.12 Compiling and Linking → Compiling and linking your Pro*C/C++ output to get an executable application is always system dependent. See the section "Compile and Link ", and the following sections, for additional information.
E.1.4 Filename Extensions → The default filename extensions that SQL*Module generates for output files might vary from platform to platform. See "Output Files ".
E.1 System-Specific Aspects of SQL*Module → This section describes the system-specific aspects of the SQL*Module compiler features and their libraries that are system specific.