A First Course in Database Systems (3rd Edition) by Jeffrey D. Ullman

By Jeffrey D. Ullman

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Applications that can service an increasing number of users and requests without additional hardware investments. OCI lets you manipulate data and schemas in an Oracle database using a host programming language, such as C. It provides a library of standard database access and retrieval functions in the form of a dynamic runtime library (OCI library) that can be linked in an application at runtime. This eliminates the need to embed SQL or PL/SQL within 3GL programs. OCI has many new features that can be categorized into several primary areas: ■ 1-2 Encapsulated/opaque (meaning that the details of which are unknown) interfaces.

See the table of contents and the index for entries for the new features. 1 releases of OCI have the following new features and performance advantages: ■ A revised callback mechanism has been implemented. ■ A discussion of middle-tier authentication attributes is now in this guide. ■ Cartridge service functions are now documented in this guide. ■ Ability to create new object with non-NULL attribute values. ■ Support for universal ROWIDs. ■ Support for fixed-width Unicode. ■ OCIThread package for thread manipulation.

OCIThread package for thread manipulation. ■ Ability to register user-created callback functions. ■ Enhanced application failover processing ability. ■ Support for publish/subscribe notification. ■ No-wait locking option for objects. ■ Ability to detect object changes when flushing. ■ Support for temporary LOBs. ■ Enhancements to LOB support. ■ l Enhanced array DML statement execution allowing all errors to be returned in a batch. RETURNING support. ■ Ability to create objects based on object views or user-created object IDs.

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