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Table of Contents for SQL*Module for Ada Programmer's Guide

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Title Page

Contents

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Preface

Introduction to SQL*Module

    What Is SQL*Module?

    SQL*Module as an Interface Builder

    What Is Supported by SQL*Module?

    What SQL Statements are Not Supported by SQL*Module?

Module Language

    The Module

    Structure of a Module

    SQL Datatypes

    SQL Commands

    Text in a Module

    Indicator Parameters

    Status Parameters

    CONNECT Statement

    DISCONNECT Statement

    Multi-tasking

    Multi-tasking Example

Accessing Stored Procedures

    PL/SQL

    Stored Procedures

    Stored Packages

    Accessing Stored Procedures

    Case of Package and Procedure Names

    Early and Late Binding

    Cursor Variables

    Dynamic SQL

    The WITH INTERFACE Clause

    Storing Module Language Procedures

    Connecting to a Database

Developing the Ada Application

    Program Structure

    Error Handling

    Obtaining the Number of Rows Processed

    Handling Nulls

    Cursors

    Specification Files

    Calling a Procedure

    Arrays as Procedure Arguments

    National Language Support

Running SQL*Module

    SQL*Module Input and Output

    Invoking SQL*Module

    Case Sensitivity in Program Names, Option Names, and Values

    How to Specify Command-Line Options

    Configuration Files

    Input Files

    Output Files

    Command-Line Options

    Compiling and Linking

Demonstration Programs

    The SQL_STANDARD Package

    Sample Programs

New Features

    New Statements

    Other New Features

Module Language Syntax

    Module Language Syntax Diagrams

    WITH INTERFACE CLAUSE

Reserved Words

    Module Reserved Words

SQLSTATE Codes

    SQLSTATE Codes

System-Specific References

    System-Specific Aspects of SQL*Module

Index