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A JPublisher script is invoked from the command line as follows: jpub <options> The following is an alphabetically sorted list of some commonly used options with valid values (default values are underlined wherever possible) and brief explanations. For a complete list of JPublisher options, please see the Oracle document Oracle Database JPublisher User s Guide (10g Release 1). In particular, you may want to focus on the following options, which are the most commonly used and which we discuss in this book: builtintypes, input, methods, numbertypes, package, props, sql, user, usertypes, usertypes, and input. -builtintypes (jdbc|oracle): Specifies the data type mappings (jdbc or oracle) for built-in data types (e.g., a standard Java class such as String or an Oracle Java class such as VARCHAR) that are non-numeric and non-LOB. -case (lower|mixed|same|upper): Specifies the case of Java identifiers that JPublisher generates. -classpath: Adds to the Java CLASSPATH for JPublisher to use in resolving Java source and classes during translation.
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-d: Specifies the root directory for placement of compiled class files. -dir: Specifies the root directory where generated Java files are placed. -driver (driver_name): Specifies the JDBC driver used for the JDBC connection in generated classes. The default is oracle.driver.OracleDriver. -encoding (encoding_of_character_set): Specifies the Java encoding of JPublisher input files and output files. The default is the value of the system property file.encoding. -generatebean (true|false): Specifies whether or not generated code should comply with the JavaBeans specification. -input or -i (input_file_name): Specifies a mapping file that allows you to specify the data type mapping between SQL and Java in a file rather than on the command line (equivalent of using the sql command-line option). -lobtypes (jdbc|oracle): Specifies the data type mappings that JPublisher uses for BLOB and CLOB types. -methods (all|none|named|always|overload|unique): This option determines whether JPublisher generates wrapper methods for methods in SQL object types and PL/SQL packages (through a setting of all, none, named, or always), or whether overloaded method names are allowed (through a setting of overload or unique). -methods=all: This is the default among the first group of settings. In this case, JPublisher generates wrapper methods for all the methods in the object types and PL/SQL packages it processes. This results in generation of a SQLJ class if the underlying SQL object or package actually defines methods, and a non-SQLJ class if not. -methods=none: JPublisher does not generate any wrapper methods. If you want to have wrapper methods in this case you have to handcraft them (typically in a subclass of the generated class). -methods=named: JPublisher generates wrapper methods only for the methods explicitly named in the input file. -methods=always: This also results in wrapper methods being generated. However, for backward compatibility with Oracle8i and Oracle9i JPublisher versions, this setting always results in SQLJ classes being generated for all SQL object types, regardless of whether the types define any methods.
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Note For backward compatibility, JPublisher also supports the setting true as equivalent to
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all, the setting false as equivalent to none, and the setting some as equivalent to named.
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-numbertypes (jdbc|objectjdbc|bigdecimal|oracle): This option controls data type mappings for numeric SQL and PL/SQL types.
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jdbc: In this case, most numeric data types are mapped to Java primitive types such as int and float; DECIMAL and NUMBER are mapped to java.math.BigDecimal. objectjdbc: In this mapping (the default), most numeric data types are mapped to Java wrapper classes such as java.lang.Integer and java.lang.Double; DECIMAL and NUMBER are mapped to java.math.BigDecimal. bigdecimal: In this mapping, all numeric data types are mapped to java.math.BigDecimal. oracle: In this mapping, all numeric data types are mapped to oracle.sql.NUMBER. omit_schema_names: This option controls if schema name is used in generated classes (disabled by default.) outarguments (array|holder|return): This option specifies how to treat mapping of the in, out, or in out designations in Java. You can specify one of three alternatives for holders: Arrays (the default) JAX-RPC holder types Function returns package: Specifies the name of the package for generated Java classes. props or -p (properties_file_name): Specifies a file that contains JPublisher options in addition to those listed on the command line. sql or -s (toplevel|type_name:super_class_name:map_class_name|type_name:map_class_name): Specifies the name of a Java object, an optional superclass name, and a Java class name to which the sql object or package is mapped. toplevel: Translates all top-level PL/SQL subprograms in a schema type_name: Name of the sql object type, collection, or package super_class_name: Name of an intermediate class file that the developer extends map_class_name: Name of the class that is used in the type map -tostring (false|true): Specifies whether to generate a toString() method for generated Java classes. url (database_url): Specifies the database URL. The default is jdbc:oracle:oci:@. user (username/password): The username and password for connecting to the database this is mandatory for using JPublisher. usertypes (oracle|jdbc): This option controls whether JPublisher implements the Oracle ORAData interface or the standard SQLData interface in the generated classes for the user-defined types.
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