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cache parameter, CREATETEMPORARY procedure : 7.5.2.1. CREATETEMPORARY: Creating a temporary LOB
CALL constant, DBMS_LOB package : 7.5.2.1. CREATETEMPORARY: Creating a temporary LOB
call specs : 9.8.1. Call Specs
cartridges : 2.3. When to Use Autonomous Transactions
CAST function : 10.3.2. The CAST Function
CAST...MULTISET operation
1.3.5. New Trigger Capabilities (Chapter 6, New Trigger Features in Oracle8i)
6.1. Triggers on Nested Table View Columns
character large object (CLOB) : 7.5.1. The TO_LOB Function
checking for specific errors, triggers : 6.2.1.4. Checking for specific errors
CHK_OPTION column, *_POLICIES data dictionary views : 8.4.3. Context Data Dictionary Views
CLASSPATH
9.2.1. Installing Java
9.3.2. Building a Custom Java Class
CLEAR_PLSQL_TRACE procedure, DBMS_TRACE package : 7.2.2. DBMS_TRACE Programs
client-side applications : 4.1. DBMS_SQL Versus NDS
CLOB (character large object) : 7.5.1. The TO_LOB Function
CLOSE statement, cursors : 4.3. Multirow Queries with Cursor Variables
collected data, formats : 7.2.4. Format of Collected Data
collections
4.2.1. The EXECUTE IMMEDIATE Statement
5. Bulking Up with PL/SQL 8.1
10.4. SQL Operations on Collections
COMMIT statement : 2.5.2. Using Autonomous Transactions in a Database Trigger
commits
1.3.1. Autonomous Transactions (Chapter 2, Choose Your Transaction!)
2.3. When to Use Autonomous Transactions
COMMON schema : 4.6.1. Sharing NDS Programs with Invoker Rights
companion disk : A. Appendix: What's on the Companion Disk?
Companion Utilities Guide (diskette)
A. Appendix: What's on the Companion Disk?
About the Disk
compatible parameter, CREATE_QUEUE_TABLE procedure : 7.6.1. CREATE_QUEUE_TABLE and MIGRATE_QUEUE_TABLE: Setting Version Compatibility and Queue Migration
compiling and loading Java into Oracle : 9.3.3. Compiling and Loading into Oracle
concatenation versus binding : 4.4.1. Binding Versus Concatenation
context switching
1.3.4. Bulk Binds and Collects (Chapter 5, Bulking Up with PL/SQL 8.1)
5.1. Context-Switching Problem Scenarios
COPY procedure, DBMS_LOB package : 7.5.2.5. Managing temporary LOBs
COPY program, Oracle Developer's FormsBuilder : 4.6.3. Dynamic PL/SQL
countBy program, ndsutil.pkg file : 4.7. NDS Utility Package
CREATE ANY CONTEXT system privilege : 8.2. CREATE CONTEXT: Creating Contexts
CREATE ANY TRIGGER system privilege : 6.3. Schema-Level Event Triggers
CREATE CONTEXT statement : 8.1. FGAC Components
CREATE events
1.3.5. New Trigger Capabilities (Chapter 6, New Trigger Features in Oracle8i)
6. New Trigger Features in Oracle8i
CREATE JAVA statement : 9.1. Oracle8i and Java
CREATE statement : 6.3. Schema-Level Event Triggers
CREATE TABLE statement, dynamic SQL
4. Native Dynamic SQL in Oracle8i
4.2.1. The EXECUTE IMMEDIATE Statement
CREATE$JAVA$LOB$TABLE element, loadjava utility : 9.4. Using loadjava
CREATE_QUEUE_TABLE procedure, DBMS_AQADM package : 7.6.1. CREATE_QUEUE_TABLE and MIGRATE_QUEUE_TABLE: Setting Version Compatibility and Queue Migration
CREATETEMPORARY procedure, DBMS_LOB package : 7.5.2.1. CREATETEMPORARY: Creating a temporary LOB
cretemplob.sql file : 7.5.2.4. Example
cur%FOUND cursor attribute : 5.4. Using Cursor Attributes
cur%ISOPEN cursor attribute : 5.4. Using Cursor Attributes
cur%NOTFOUND cursor attribute : 5.4. Using Cursor Attributes
cur%ROWCOUNT cursor attribute : 5.4. Using Cursor Attributes
CURRENT_INSTANCE function, DBMS_UTILITY package : 7.7.1. CURRENT_INSTANCE: Returning the Instance Number
CURRENT_SCHEMA attribute, SYS_CONTEXT function : 8.4.1. The SYS_CONTEXT Function
CURRENT_SCHEMAID attribute, SYS_CONTEXT function : 8.4.1. The SYS_CONTEXT Function
CURRENT_USER option, AUTHID clause : 3.2.1. Invoker Rights Syntax
CURRENT_USERID attribute, SYS_CONTEXT function : 8.4.1. The SYS_CONTEXT Function
cursor attributes : 5.4. Using Cursor Attributes
cursor_variable, OPEN FOR statement : 4.2.2. The OPEN FOR Statement
cursors, storing in packages : 5.3. Bulk Querying with the BULK COLLECT Clause
custom Java classes, building : 9.3.2. Building a Custom Java Class


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