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Oracle® Database JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference
10g Release 1 (10.1)

Part Number B10979-01
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3-1 Standard Datasource Properties
3-2 Oracle Extended Datasource Properties
3-3 Supported Database Specifiers
4-1 Connection Properties Recognized by Oracle JDBC Drivers
4-2 Default Mappings Between SQL Types and Java Types
4-3 LONG and LONG RAW Data Conversions
4-4 Bind-Size Limitations By
5-1 JDBC 3.0 Feature Support
5-2 Key Areas of JDBC 3.0 Functionality
5-3 BLOB Method Equivalents
5-4 CLOB Method Equivalents
6-1 Comparing Methods Used in Statement Caching
6-2 Methods Used in Statement Allocation and Implicit Statement Caching
6-3 Methods Used to Retrieve Explicitly Cached Statements
8-1 onsctl commands
9-1 Connection Mode Transitions
9-2 Oracle-XA Error Mapping
10-1 Oracle Datatype Classes
10-2 Key Interfaces and Classes of the oracle.jdbc Package
11-1 Summary of getObject() and getOracleObject() Return Types
11-2 Summary of getXXX() Return Types
11-3 Summary of setXXX() Input Parameter Types
11-4 Size Limitations for setBytes() and setString() Methods
13-1 JPublisher SQL Type Categories, Supported Settings, and Defaults
17-1 Visibility of Internal and External Changes for Oracle JDBC
18-1 The JDBC and Cached Row Sets Compared
19-1 PL/SQL Types and Corresponding JDBC Types
19-2 Arguments of the setPlsqlIndexTable () Method
19-3 Arguments of the registerIndexTableOutParameter () Method
19-4 Argument of the getPlsqlIndexTable () Method
19-5 Argument of the getOraclePlsqlIndexTable () Method
19-6 Arguments of the getPlsqlIndexTable () Method
20-1 OCI Instant Client Shared Libraries
22-1 Valid Column Type Specifications
23-1 Client/Server Negotiations for Encryption or Integrity
23-2 OCI Driver Client Parameters for Encryption and Integrity
23-3 Thin Driver Client Parameters for Encryption and Integrity
24-1 Valid SQL Datatype-Java Class Mappings
24-2 Support for SQL Datatypes
24-3 Support for ANSI-92 SQL Datatypes
24-4 Support for SQL User-Defined Types
24-5 Support for PL/SQL Datatypes
26-1 Mapping of SQL Datatypes to Java Classes that Represent SQL Datatypes