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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
type → Serialized Fields type int type
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:
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
%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.
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.
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
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
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
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
content → The image data. Pragmas None. Exceptions ORDImageSIExceptions.NULL_CONTENT This exception is raised if the content parameter is NULL. See Appendix F for more information about these exceptions. Usage Notes None. Examples The following examples demonstrate how to insert a StillImage object into a database table. The first two examples use the SI_StillImage(content) constructor; the third example uses
content → The image data. explicitFormat The format that you want inter Media to use if the specified image is in an unsupported image format. Pragmas None. Exceptions ORDImageSIExceptions.NULL_CONTENT This exception is raised if the content parameter is NULL. Usage Notes An error is returned if the explicitFormat parameter is a NULL value, or if either of the following statements is true: The explicitFormat
SI_FeatureList Object Type → the feature is not considered for image matching. This object type is created in the ORDSYS schema … with invoker rights. It is declared as an INSTANTIABLE and NOT FINAL type. Note: Use the … changes to the internal representation of the SI_FeatureList object. The SI_FeatureList object type is … defined as follows: CREATE OR REPLACE
feature → The positional color to be compared with the positional color of the specified image. image The image whose positional color feature is extracted and used for comparison. Usage Notes None. Pragmas None. Exceptions None. Examples Compare an image to an SI_PositionalColor object and return the score using the SI_Score( ) method: DECLARE score DOUBLE PRECISION; myimage SI_StillImage; myPosColor SI_PositionalColor;
Parameters → being constructed. Must be of type DBMS_TYPES.TYPECODE_OBJECT. aname Optional. Attribute's name … . Ignored otherwise. len Optional. Required if typecode represents a RAW, CHAR, VARCHAR, or VARCHAR2 type … . Give length. csid Optional. Required if typecode represents a type requiring character information … , such as CHAR, VARCHAR,
Return Values → The number of data instances.
Properties Description → Table 5-59 OracleIntervalDS Properties Properties Description BinData Returns an array of bytes that represents the Oracle INTERVAL DAY TO SECOND in Oracle internal format Days Gets the days component of an OracleIntervalDS Hours Gets the hours component of an OracleIntervalDS IsNull Indicates whether the current instance has a value Milliseconds Gets the milliseconds component of an OracleIntervalDS
Methods Description → (ODP.NET Types) OracleTimeStampLTZ Structure OracleTimeStampLTZ Members OracleTimeStampLTZ Static Type … Operators The OracleTimeStampLTZ static type operators are listed in Table 5-109.
Methods Description → Table 5-121 OracleTimeStampTZ Static Methods Methods Description Equals Determines if two OracleTimeStampTZ values are equal (Overloaded) GetSysDate Gets an OracleTimeStampTZ structure that represents the current date and time GreaterThan Determines if the first of two OracleTimeStampTZ values is greater than the second GreaterThanOrEqual Determines if the first of two OracleTimeStampTZ values is