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UPPER → Syntax upper::= Description of the illustration upper.gif Purpose UPPER returns char, with all … uppercase: SELECT UPPER('Large') "Uppercase" FROM DUAL; Upper ----- LARGE
Determining Upper and Lower Bounds of Labels → This section describes the Oracle Label Security functions that 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 returns
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 described here are the same as
ORA-30054: invalid upper limit snapshot expression → Cause: The upper limit snapshot expression is greater than the SQL statement read snapshot. Action … : Specify a valid upper limit snapshot expression. ORA-30054: invalid upper limit snapshot expression
ORA-30053: invalid upper limit snapshot expression → valid lower limit snapshot expression. ORA-30053: invalid upper limit snapshot expression
Returns → The upper bound of the given collection.
ORA-12476: least upper bound resulted in an invalid OS label → Security if this procedure is required to function. ORA-12476: least upper bound resulted in an invalid OS label
DRG-10834: upper-case form of section name string too long → action DRG-10834: upper-case form of section name string too long
Logging Out of Your Workspace → To logout of Oracle HTML DB, click the Logout icon in the upper right corner of the window.
SDO_GEOR.getULTCoordinate → … Description Returns the cell coordinates of the upper-left corner of a GeoRaster object. Parameters
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.
b → The byte to be written to the BLOB. Only the low-order byte is written; the upper 24 bits are
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.
LEAST_UBOUND with Inverse Groups → The LEAST_UBOUND (LUBD) function returns a character string label that is the least upper bound of … label1 and label2: that is, the one label that dominates both. With standard groups, the least upper … groups in the labels. With inverse groups, the least upper bound is the highest level, the union of the … , with inverse groups
Character Set → You write a PL/SQL program as lines of text using a specific set of characters: Upper- and lower … letters are equivalent to corresponding upper-case letters except within string and character literals.
Restrictions on Adding Range Partitions If the upper partition bound of each partitioning key in the… → Restriction on Adding Hash Partitions In table_partition_description, you cannot specify partition_level_subpartition. add_list_partition_clause The add_list_partition_clause lets you add a new partition to table using a new set of partition values. You can specify any create-time physical attributes for the new partition. If the table contains LOB columns, then you can also specify partition-level
schema_name (IN, optional) → must be all in upper-case, or else OCI throws an internal error and the program stops.
2.2.2 Case-Insensitivity → COBOL statements are case-insensitive. The precompiler accepts both upper- and lower-case tokens.
Conventions Used in This Guide → Important terms being defined for the first time are italicized. In discussions, UPPER CASE is used