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type → Serialized Fields type int type
TYPE → Returns a text expression that specifies the type of error that has occurred. The types of errors … The value could not be converted to the requested data type. For packed data, this means the record
Restrictions on Dropping Type Attributes → a primary key of an index-organized table. You cannot drop all of the attributes of a root type … . Instead you must drop the type. However, you can drop all of the locally declared attributes of a … this clause to indicate whether any further subtypes can be created for this type: Specify FINAL if no … further subtypes can be
DROP TYPE → Purpose Use the DROP TYPE statement to drop the specification and body of an object type, a varray … , or a nested table type. See Also: DROP TYPE BODY for information on dropping just the body of an … object type CREATE TYPE and ALTER TYPE for information on creating
CREATE TYPE → Purpose Use the CREATE TYPE statement to create the specification of an object type, a SQLJ object … type, a named varying array ( varray ), a nested table type, or an incomplete object type. You … create object types with the CREATE TYPE and the CREATE TYPE BODY statements.
%TYPE Attribute → The %TYPE attribute lets use the datatype of a field, record, nested table, database column, or … variable in your own declarations, instead of hardcoding the type names. You can use the %TYPE … information, see "Using the %TYPE Attribute". Syntax Description of the illustration type_attribute.gif … is elaborated.
Restrictions on Static Methods → You cannot map a MEMBER method in a Java class to a STATIC method in a SQLJ object type. For both … MEMBER and STATIC methods, you must specify a corresponding method body in the object type body for … of the type. Use the [ NOT ] FINAL clause to indicate whether any further subtypes can be created … for this type:
ALTER TYPE → Purpose Use the ALTER TYPE statement to add or drop member attributes or methods. You can change … the existing properties ( FINAL or INSTANTIABLE ) of an object type, and you can modify the scalar … attributes of the type. You can also use this statement to recompile the specification or body of the … type or
Restrictions on Invoker Rights → You can specify this clause only for an object type, not for a nested table or varray type. You can … OBJECT to create a top-level object type. Such object types are sometimes called root object types … . UNDER Clause Specify UNDER supertype to create a subtype of an existing type. The existing supertype … must
See Also: "Recompiling a Type: Example" and "Recompiling a Type Specification: Example" → Semantics schema Specify the schema that contains the type. If you omit schema, then Oracle … Database assumes the type is in your current schema. type Specify the name of an object type, a nested … table type, or a varray type. compile_type_clause Specify COMPILE to compile the object
Restrictions on Attribute Datatypes → You cannot specify attributes of type ROWID, LONG, or LONG RAW. You cannot specify a datatype of … UROWID for a user-defined object type. If you specify an object of type REF, then the target object … must have an object identifier. If you are creating a collection type for use as a nested table or … varray column
ODP.NET Type Objects → This section covers the following object classes: ODP.NET Types (ODP.NET LOB objects) consisting of these object classes: OracleBFile Class OracleBlob Class OracleClob Class OracleRefCursor Class OracleXmlStream Class OracleXmlType Class All offsets are 0 -based for all ODP.NET LOB and OracleXmlStream object parameters.
Properties Description → Table 5-150 OracleBFile Instance Properties Properties Description CanRead Indicates whether the LOB stream can be read CanSeek Indicates whether forward and backward seek operations can be performed CanWrite Indicates whether the LOB object supports writing Connection Indicates the connection used to read from a BFILE DirectoryName Indicates the directory alias of the BFILE FileExists Indicates whether
Field Description → Table 5-152 OracleBFile Static Fields Field Description MaxSize The static field holds the maximum number of bytes a BFILE can hold, which is 4,294,967,295 (2^32 - 1) bytes See Also: Oracle.DataAccess.Types Namespace (ODP.NET Types) OracleBFile Class OracleBFile Members MaxSize This static field holds the maximum number of bytes a BFILE can hold, which is 4,294,967,295 (2^32 - 1) bytes. Declaration
Properties Description → Table 5-163 OracleBlob Instance Properties Properties Description CanRead Indicates whether the LOB stream can be read CanSeek Indicates whether forward and backward seek operations be performed CanWrite Indicates whether the LOB object supports writing Connection Indicates the OracleConnection that is used to retrieve and write BLOB data IsEmpty Indicates whether the BLOB is empty or not IsInChunkWriteMode
Methods Description → Table 5-167 OracleClob Static Methods Methods Description Equals Inherited from Object (Overloaded) OracleClob Instance Properties OracleClob instance properties are listed in Table 5-168.
Properties Description → Table 5-172 OracleClob Instance Properties Properties Description CanRead Indicates whether the LOB stream can be read CanSeek Indicates whether forward and backward seek operations can be performed CanWrite Indicates whether the LOB stream can be written Connection Indicates the OracleConnection that is used to retrieve and write CLOB data IsEmpty Indicates whether the CLOB is empty or not IsInChunkWriteMode
Methods Description → Table 5-184 OracleXmlStream Static Methods Methods Description Equals Inherited from Object (Overloaded) See Also: Oracle.DataAccess.Types Namespace (ODP.NET Types) OracleXmlStream Class OracleXmlStream Members OracleXmlStream Instance Properties The OracleXmlStream instance properties are listed in Table 5-185.
OracleXmlType Class → An OracleXmlType object represents an Oracle XMLType instance. Class Inheritance Object OracleXmlType Declaration // C# public sealed class OracleXmlType: IDisposable, ICloneable Thread Safety All public static methods are thread-safe, although instance methods do not guarantee thread safety. Remarks OracleXmlType objects can be used for well-formed XML documents with or without XML schemas or XML