OTL 4.0, Examples for Oracle 10g

The examples below work with Oracle 10g / OCI10g. In general, all of these examples should work with any Oracle version higher than Oracle 10.0, when OCI10g is enabled in OTL by setting #define OTL_ORA10G. Oracle normally provides decent backward compatibility, at least at the source code level. All examples for Oracle 7 , Oracle 8/8i, and Oracle 9i should work when OTL_ORA10G is enabled. In other words, in order to see more examples for Oracle 10g, take a closer look at the examples for Oracle 7, Oracle 8/8i, and Oracle 9i.
  1. Example 321 (Oracle 10.2, asynchronous commit / commit_nowait)
  2. Example 718 (Oracle 10.2 and higher,  raw[XXX] and BLOBs combined with the bulk interface (stream buffer size >1 ))
  3. Example 719 (Oracle 10.2 and higher,  char[XXX] and CLOBs combined with the bulk interface (stream buffer size >1 ))

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