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Routine OCILobRead() OCILobWrite() OCILobAppend() OCILobErase() OCILobTrim() OCILobGetLength() OCILobLocatorIsInit() OCILobCopy() OCILobAssign() OCILobIsEqual() OCILobFileOpen() OCILobFileClose() OCILobFileCloseAll() OCILobFileIsOpen() OCILobFileGetName() OCILobFileSetName() OCILobFileExists() OCILobLoadFromFile()
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Function Reads a piece of a LOB into application program data area Writes data from an application program data area into a LOB Appends data to the end of a LOB Erases data within a LOB Truncates data from the end of a LOB Obtains the length of a LOB Checks whether a LOB locator is valid Copies data from one LOB to another Assigns one LOB locator to another Compares two LOB locators Opens a file containing LOB data Closes a previously opened LOB file Closes all previously opened LOB files Checks whether a LOB file is open Obtains the name of a LOB file, given a LOB locator Sets the name of a LOB file in a LOB locator Checks if a LOB file exists Loads a LOB from a LOB file
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JDBC is a callable SQL API for the Java programming language. JDBC is both the official and de facto standard for SQL database access from Java. For the C programming language, the DBMS vendors developed their own proprietary APIs well before the development of ODBC or SQL/CLI API. For Java, the JDBC API was developed by Sun Microsystems as part of a suite of Java APIs, embodied in various Java editions. As a result, all of the major DBMS products provide Java support via JDBC; there are no important competing APIs.
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The JDBC API has been through several major revisions since its original introduction. JDBC 1.0 provided the basic core of data access functionality, including a driver manager to arbitrate connections to multiple DBMSs, connection management to access individual databases, statement management to send SQL commands to the DBMS, and result set management to provide Java access to the query results.
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The JDBC 2.0 API and its incremental versions extended JDBC 1.0, and divided the functionality into a Core API and Extensions API. The 2.0 version added Batch operations A Java program can pass many rows of data to be inserted or updated via a single API call, improving performance and efficiency of bulk operations. Scrollable result sets Like the scrollable cursors provided in other APIs, this new capability permitted both forward and backward motion through query results. Updateable result sets A Java program can update the database by updating a specific row of query results or inserting a new row through the results. Connection pooling Connections to the database can be shared across Java programs, reducing the overhead of frequent connecting and disconnecting. Distributed transactions The API provides the capability to synchronize updates across multiple databases, with all-or-nothing transactions that span database boundaries. Data sources A new type of object that encapsulates the details of a database connection, reducing the need for an application programmer to understand connection specifics. Rowsets An abstraction of query results, rowsets allow query-results processing even when a program is disconnected from the source database and later resynchronization. Java Naming & Directory Interface (JNDI) support Databases and drivers can be named and cataloged in a network directory, and accessed via those directory entries. The JDBC 3.0 API was finalized and formally announced by Sun in February 2002, and packaged as part of Java2 Standard Edition (J2SE) 1.4. New capabilities introduced in the 3.0 version include Object-relational SQL extensions The API adds support for abstract data types and the associated capabilities that were added to the SQL standard in 1999. Savepoints The API allows a partial rollback to a specifically marked savepoint partway through a transaction. Cursor preservation API options allow cursors to remain open across transactions. Prepared statement metadata Programs can determine information about prepared statements, such as the number and data types of parameters and of query results columns.
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