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Oracle9i SQL Reference -- Contents → Contents Title and Copyright Information Send Us Your Comments Preface What's New in SQL Reference … ? 1 Introduction to Oracle SQL 2 Basic Elements of Oracle SQL Datatypes Literals Format Models Nulls … and Parts in SQL Statements 3 Operators About SQL Operators Arithmetic Operators Concatenation
SQL*Plus Getting Started -- Contents → Related Documentation Conventions Documentation Accessibility 1 Introducing SQL*Plus Overview Basic … Concepts Obtaining Online Help 2 Installing SQL*Plus Help and Demonstration Tables Installing SQL*Plus … Installing SQL*Plus Command-line Help Accessing Sample Tables 3 Using SQL*Plus Using the Command-line
SQL*Module for Ada Programmer's Guide -- Contents → … Standards Conformance How the SQL*Module Guide Is Organized Conventions Used in This Guide Notation … 1 Introduction to SQL*Module What Is SQL*Module? Background Precompilers The Module Language Concept … SQL*Module as an Interface Builder What Is Supported by SQL*Module? What SQL
SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference -- Contents → Documentation Accessibility Documentation Structure Related Documentation Conventions What's New in SQL*Plus … ? New Features in SQL*Plus 9.2 New Features in i SQL*Plus 9.2 Upgrading i SQL*Plus Server from 9.0.1 … to 9.2 New Features in SQL*Plus 9.0.1 SQL*Plus Quick Start i SQL*Plus
Oracle9i Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference -- Contents → Related Documentation Conventions Documentation Accessibility What's New in Supplied PL/SQL Packages and … Types? Oracle9 i Release 2 (9.2) Beta New Features in Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Oracle9 i … Release 1 (9.0.1) New Features in Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Oracle8 i Release 2 (8.1.6) New … Features in Supplied
Oracle Migration Workbench Reference Guide for Microsoft SQL Server and Sybase Adaptive Server Migrations -- Contents
Oracle Migration Workbench Reference Guide for Microsoft SQL Server and Sybase Adaptive Server Migrations… → Introduction Product Description Features Glossary 2 Microsoft SQL Server, Sybase Adaptive Server, and … Individual SQL Statements Logical Transaction Handling Error Handling within the Stored Procedure Data … Package Body T/SQL Versus PL/SQL Constructs CREATE PROCEDURE Statement Parameter Passing DECLARE … Handling
SQL → Oracle SQL data definition language provides the following support for object datatypes: Defining … types Creating object tables Oracle SQL data manipulation language provides the following support for … SQL Reference for a complete description of SQL syntax
SQL → Oracle SQL DDL provides the following support for object types: Defining object types, nested … tables Oracle SQL DML provides the following support for object types: Querying and updating objects … and collections Manipulating REFs See Also: For a complete description of Oracle SQL syntax, see Oracle9i SQL Reference.
SQL → Syntax Text description of the illustration sql.gif
SQL and PL/SQL → This section describes compatibility and interoperability issues relating to SQL and PL/SQL. See … Also: Oracle9i SQL Reference and PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference for more information about SQL and … PL/SQL Functions GREATEST_LB, LEAST_UB, and TO_LABEL Desupported Starting with release
SQL Statement → The SQL statement property page displays the SQL statement text for the query associated with the
PL/SQL → This section contains a brief overview of PL/SQL, Oracle's procedural language extension to SQL. PL … /SQL is a modern block-structured language that allows you to declare constants and variables … issue SQL Data Manipulation Language and Transaction Control statements define exceptions, handle them … using WHEN
SQL Standards → SQL standards committees. Industry-accepted committees are the American National Standards Institute … International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC). Both ANSI and the ISO/IEC have accepted SQL as the standard … language for relational databases. When a new SQL standard is simultaneously published by these … standards are technically
SQL Pseudocolumns → PL/SQL recognizes the following SQL pseudocolumns, which return specific data items: CURRVAL, LEVEL … , update, or delete from a pseudocolumn. Also, pseudocolumns are allowed in SQL statements, but not in
SQL Datatypes → Table 2-1 lists the SQL and Oracle datatypes that you can use in a module parameter list.For more … information about arrays, see "Arrays as Procedure Arguments". Table 2-1 Datatypes SQL Datatype … VARCHAR2(L) variable-length character string of length L bytes SQL*Module Datatypes … ) cursor variable type task context Arrays
SQL Service → The Structured Query Language (SQL) service handles the processing of all SQL-related operations … . The work done by the SQL service includes: Mapping Oracle internal SQL-related calls to the … the client API of the non-Oracle system. Translating SQL statements from Oracle's SQL dialect
SQL*Loader → is used both by database administrators and by other users of Oracle. It loads data from standard operating system files (such as, files in text or C data format) into Oracle database tables.
PL/SQL → is a procedural language that extends SQL. It offers features such as packages, data encapsulation … /SQL. PL/SQL allows use from within functions and procedures of the SQL features that support object … types. The parameters and variables of PL/SQL functions and procedures can be of user-defined types
SQL*Net → database link or a client process: SQL*Net break/reset to client SQL*Net break/reset to dblink SQL*Net … message from client SQL*Net message from dblink SQL*Net message to client SQL*Net message to dblink SQL … *Net more data from client SQL*Net more