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Release 1.8.77 → Oracle Corporation expects that any application written for Pro*COBOL release 1.8. x should … precompile successfully with Pro*COBOL release 9.2.0. However, some vendor extensions may not be accepted … and the application may not precompile successfully when migrating from release 1.8. x to release … 9.2.0. Note:
Release Limitations → The following are limitations in Release 2 (9.2) of Oracle Advanced Security: Only one listener … and password to connect. This release of DCE Integration does not support the Oracle Multi-Protocol … Interchange. This release does not work with the Oracle shared server. Copyright © 1996, 2002 Oracle
RELEASE CHANNEL → Syntax Text description of the illustration release.gif
RELEASE Function → automatically released at the end of a session. RELEASE is an overloaded function that accepts
OBJECT RELEASE → EXEC SQL [AT [:]database] [FOR [:]count] OBJECT RELEASE:obj. This statement unpins the object in
Using the RELEASE Option → RELEASE embedded SQL statement. Normal termination occurs when your program runs its course, closes … RELEASE END-EXEC. or EXEC SQL ROLLBACK WORK RELEASE END-EXEC. where the token WORK is optional
Database Server Release Restrictions → To export global database links to a directory server, ensure that the database is release 2 (9.2
Removing Release 9.2 Incompatibilities → If you are downgrading to release 9.0.1 or lower, then complete the actions in the following … sections to remove incompatibilities: Release 9.2 DEFAULT Partitions Release 9.2 Partitioning Methods … Release 9.2 Streams Release 9.2 Subpartition Templates LOB Retention Automatic Segment-Space Managed
Limitations in This Release → Oracle Internet Directory Release 9.2 does not support the synchronization of the schema and ACLs … synchronization, namely, SchemaSync, is available in Oracle Internet Directory Release 9.2. See Also … : "The schemasync Tool" for information about the SchemaSync tool Oracle Internet Directory Release
Removing Release 9.0.1 Incompatibilities → If you are downgrading to release 8.1.7 or lower, then complete the actions in the following … sections to remove incompatibilities: Tablespaces Schema Objects Release 9.0 Partitioning Methods Hash … describes removing incompatibilities relating to tablespaces that were introduced in release 9.0.1. Drop … All Automatic Segment-Space
Changes At This Release → Release 2 (9.2) of Oracle JDBC provides the following enhancements: Support for some JDBC 3.0 and … from the database, starting with Oracle9i Database release 2. However, the database-embedded Java VM … (J2SE) features, Java stored procedures, JDBC, and SQLJ in the database. As of Oracle9 i DB Release … . Oracle9 i Release
Client Release Restriction → Release 8.1.6 or Later Clients New client installations with directory server usage configuration … the procedure in "Exporting Data to a Directory Server". Release 8.1.6 or Previous Clients For release … 8.1.6 or later clients without directory server usage or pre-release 8.1.6 clients that do not
Release Number Format → To understand the release level nomenclature used by Oracle, examine the following example of an … Oracle database server labeled "Release 220.127.116.11.0." Figure 1-1 Example of an Oracle Release Number … Text description of the illustration admin002.gif Note: Starting with release 9.2, maintenance releases … of Oracle
New In This Release → New External Datatypes Five new external datatypes are available: INTERVAL DAY TO SECOND INTERVAL YEAR TO MONTH TIMESTAMP TIMESTAMP WITH TIMEZONE TIMESTAMP WITH LOCAL TIMEZONE See "Additional External Datatypes"
The RELEASE Option → using the RELEASE option. Normal termination occurs when your program runs its course, closes open … WORK RELEASE; or EXEC SQL ROLLBACK WORK RELEASE; where the token WORK is optional. Otherwise, locks
XA Changes from Release 7.3 to Release 8.0 → be used when connected to an Oracle Server Release 7.3. GPWD The group password is not used by
Compatibility and Interoperability Issues Between Release 9.2 and Release 9.0.1 → because of differences between release 9.2 and release 9.0.1: Locally Managed SYSTEM Tablespace New
A Differences from Previous Release → This appendix lists differences between Pro*PL/I precompiler release 1.5 and 1.6. Each feature
1.12 Spatial Release (Version) Number → To check which release of Spatial you are running, use the SDO_VERSION function. For example
Upgrading to Release 2 (9.2) → prompts you to upgrade to Oracle9 i release 2 (9.2). Select the upgrade option to upgrade to Oracle9 i … release 2 (9.2). See Also: The Oracle9i Database Migration guide for information about using the Database Upgrade Assistant