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Contents → Conventions Changes in This Release for Oracle Label Security Administrator's Guide Changes in … and Downgrade Requirements for Oracle Database Release 12 c (12.1) Oracle Label Security and the … Oracle Multitenant Option Simplified Oracle Label Security Installation Unified Audit Trail and Oracle … Label Security
label → positions within the label string are: pointID: Point number edgeID: Edge number ringID: Ring
label → Optionally specifies the label that identifies the score generated by the MATCHES operator. Use … this label with MATCH_SCORE. Matches Example The following example creates a table querytable, and
label → The name of a label elsewhere in the program constructed following the \"Guidelines for … Constructing a Label\". Execution of the program branches to the line directly following the specified label … . Note that label, as specified in GOTO, must not be followed by a colon. However, the actual label
label → Optionally, specifies the label that identifies the score generated by the CONTAINS operator … the row. Note: You must use the SCORE operator with a label to obtain this number. Example The … for each row is selected with the SCORE operator using a label of 1: SELECT SCORE(1), title from … clause must reference the score label
label → example, in a SELECT clause), the CONTAINS clause must reference the score label value as in the
label → Specifies a number to identify the score produced by the query. Use this number to identify the MATCHES clause that returns this score. Example To get the matching score, use: select cat_id, match_score(1) from training_result where matches(profile, text,1)>0; Related Topics \" MATCHES \"
8.4.2 Configuring Oracle Label Security → You must configure Oracle Label Security in a database to use it. See \"Oracle Label Security Using … Oracle Internet Directory\" in Oracle Label Security Administrator's Guide for more information.
Basic LOOP Statement → The basic LOOP statement has this structure: [ label ] LOOP statements END LOOP [ label ]; With
crsctl get server label → Use the crsctl get server label command to check the current setting value of the SERVER_LABEL server attribute.
Syntax → crsctl set server label value
Usage Notes → Specify a value for the server. This value can reflect a physical location, such as building_A, or some other identifying characteristic of the server, such as hubserver. You must restart the Oracle Clusterware technology stack on the node before any changes you make take effect.
Example → The crsctl get server label command returns output similar to the following: CRS-4972: Current SERVER_LABEL parameter value is hubserver
2.4 Oracle Label Security Views → Descriptions of Oracle Label Security views are provided in Oracle Label Security Administrator's … Guide. Note: Oracle Label Security views include _SA_ in the view name.
Syntax → crsctl get server label
crsctl set server label → Use the crsctl set server label command to set the configuration value of the SERVER_LABEL server
Example → The crsctl set server label command returns output similar to the following: $ crsctl set server label hubserver
Basic LOOP Statement → Statement \" \" GOTO Statement \" \" RAISE Statement \" label A label that identifies … basic_loop_statement (see \" statement::= \" and \" label \" ). CONTINUE, EXIT, and GOTO statements can reference … this label. Labels improve readability, especially when LOOP statements are nested, but only if you … ensure
WHILE LOOP Statement → ) \" EXIT Statement \" \" GOTO Statement \" \" RAISE Statement \" label Label that identifies … while_loop_statement (see \" statement::= \" and \" label \" ). CONTINUE, EXIT, and GOTO statements can … reference this label. Labels improve readability, especially when LOOP statements are nested, but only if … you
GOTO Statement → goto_statement::= Description of the illustration goto_statement.eps Semantics goto_statement label … Identifies either a block or a statement (see \" plsql_block::= \", \" statement::= \", and \" label … \" ). If label is not in the current block, then the GOTO statement transfers control to the first … enclosing block in which