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UPPER → Syntax upper::= Text description of upper Purpose UPPER returns char, with all letters uppercase … UPPER('Large') "Uppercase" FROM DUAL; Upper ----- LARGE
Determining Upper and Lower Bounds of Labels → This section describes the Oracle Label Security functions which determine the least upper bound or … returned by a query; they return one result for each row. Finding Least Upper Bound with LEAST_UBOUND … labels must all belong to the same policy. Finding Least Upper Bound with LEAST_UBOUND The … LEAST_UBOUND (LUBD) function
SP2-0746 command_option option out of range ( lower through upper ) → Cause: The specified value was not in the range. Action: Specify a value in the range.
Returning Greatest Lower Bound and Least Upper Bound → ; LEAST_UBOUND This function returns an Oracle Label Security label that is the least upper bound of the … Also: "Determining Upper and Lower Bounds of Labels". The functions above are the same as those
Returns → The upper bound of the given collection.
1003 or 2003 3 Rectangle type sometimes called optimized rectangle. A bounding rectangle such that only…
1003 or 2003 3 Rectangle type sometimes called optimized rectangle. A bounding rectangle such that only… → lower-left and the upper-right, are required to describe it. Using this type (that is, defining a
DRG-10834 upper-case form of section name string too long → Cause: Upper-case form of the section name is longer then supported length. Action: Reduce length of section name when adding section.
ORA-12476 least upper bound resulted in an invalid OS label → Cause: You tried to do an operation that generated a least upper bound (LUB) label which is not a
Typical Range → Can wrap around the upper limit of 2147483647 in about three days of continuous instance operation for a busy database
IMG-00506, "extra value in CUT rectangle" → integer values for the lower-left and upper-right vertices.
type_name (IN) → Name of the type to get. This string must be all in upper-case, or else OCI throws an internal error and the program stops.
Configuring a SQL SELECT Statement in the Configuration File to Support Complex Selection Criteria → (ppx.email_address),'@ORACLE.COM',''), EMAILADDRESS, UPPER(ppx.attribute26) GUID, UPPER(ppx.last_name) LASTNAME … , UPPER(ppx.first_name) FIRSTNAME, UPPER(ppx.middle_names) MIDDLENAME, UPPER(ppx.known_as) NICKNAME … , UPPER(SUBSTR(ppx.date_of_birth,1,6)) BIRTHDAY, UPPER(ppx.employee_number)
Syntax → (IN) Context handle. tCase (IN) The tag's case; 0=asAre, 1=lower, 2=upper.
useUpperCaseTagNames() → Description Sets all tag names to upper case. This call should be made only after all the desired
LEAST_UBOUND with Inverse Groups → The LEAST_UBOUND (LUBD) function returns a character string label that is the least upper bound of … upper bound is the highest level, the union of the compartments in the labels, and t he union of the … groups in the labels. With inverse groups, the least upper bound is the highest level, the union of the … , with inverse groups
IMG-00505, "missing value in CUT rectangle" → integer values for the lower-left and upper-right vertices.
Comments → Returns the maximum number of elements that the given collection can hold. A value of zero indicates that the collection has no upper bound.
exact → Specify TRUE for an exact count. Specify FALSE for an upper-bound estimate. Specifying FALSE returns a less accurate number but runs faster.
Restrictions on Queue Management → : Queue names and queue table names are converted to upper case. Mixed case (upper and lower case