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write() → () calls. Syntax unsigned int write(unsigned int amt, unsigned char *buffer, unsigned int bufsize
WRITE → Purpose Writes the contents of a buffer to a LOB. Syntax EXEC SQL [AT [:]database] LOB WRITE
WRITE → Purpose Writes the contents of a buffer to a LOB. Syntax EXEC SQL [AT [:]database] LOB WRITE … method, amt will return the cumulative total length written for the execution of the WRITE … statement after a WRITE LAST is executed. If the WRITE statement is interrupted, amt will be undefined … LOB, zero-byte fillers
write() → is any error in writing the character. Syntax public void write( int c); Parameter Description c The character written.
write() → () instead. The actual number of bytes written is returned. Syntax unsigned int write(unsigned int
Write Method → Master Index Feedback Write Method Applies To OBlob OClob Description Writes a buffer into the OBlob … objects, and characters for OClob objects. Usage unsigned long Write (short *status, unsigned char … ) const throw( OException ) unsigned long Write (unsigned char *buffer, unsigned long buffersize … value of zero causes the
Multiple Piece Write Operation → Feedback Multiple Piece Write Operation This mechanism is used when the size of the buffer available is … once to set the offset for the first piece write operation. After the first time, it is automatically … success of each piece write operation. If Status property returns ORALOB_NEED_DATA, the Write method
Single Piece Write Operation → Feedback Single Piece Write Operation The entire contents of a buffer can be written in a single piece in
Write (OraLOB) Method → Feedback Write (OraLOB) Method Applies To OraBLOB, OraCLOB Description Writes a buffer into the BLOB or … for OraClob and bytes for OraBlob/OraBFile. Usage amount_written = OraBlob. Write buffer, chunksize … , piece amount_written = OraClob. Write buffer, chunksize, piece Remarks Either a row-level lock or … data from the offset
write(byte[ ]) → Format public void write(byte[ ] buffer) Description Writes all bytes in the specified byte array to the BLOB. Parameters
write(int) → Description Outputs character according to type of the output stream Syntax public void write(int c
write(int) → Format public void write(int b) Description Writes the specified byte to the BLOB. Parameters
Write Throughput → Description Write Throughput is the number of kilobytes written to disk per second. This test … checks the write throughput. If the write throughput is greater than or equal to the threshold values
Write Throughput → Description Write Throughput is the number of kilobytes written per second. This test checks the … write throughput. If the write throughput is greater than or equal to the threshold values specified
incomplete write → file access permissions are correct, that you have enough space or quota to write this file, and that
WRITE Procedure → offset from the beginning of the LOB. The data is written from the buffer parameter. WRITE replaces
db file parallel write → This event occurs in the DBWR. It indicates that the DBWR is performing a parallel write to files
Write Copies/sec → Description Write Copies per Second measures the number of page faults that have been resolved by … making a copy or the page when an attempt is made to write to the page. If the value of Write Copies
Lazy Write Pages/sec → Description Lazy Write Pages per Second measures the frequency at which the lazy write thread … requesting the file change will not have to wait for the disk write to complete before proceeding. Note … that more than one page can be transferred on a single disk write operation. If the value of Lazy … Write