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Bulk-bind input and output host arrays to index-by tables

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Hi,

In the chapter 4 'Collections and Records' of the 'PL/SQL User's Guide
and Reference Release 8.1.6' book there is the next paragrap:
"For example, PL/SQL supports implicit (automatic) datatype conversion
between host arrays and index-by tables (but not nested tables). So,
the most efficient way to pass collections to and from the database
server is to use anonymous PL/SQL blocks to bulk-bind input and output
host arrays to index-by tables."

Can anybody show me a pro*c/c++ example program with a embebed
anonymous PL/SQL block that bulk-bind input and output host arrays to
index-by tables ?
Thanks,
Jose Luis
Jul 19 '05 #1
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Hi, Jose.

As far as I have experienced, you cannot use bulk bind if you have out
type parameter or cursor parameter. Any one comments on that.

Thanks,

--ye

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Hi,

In the chapter 4 'Collections and Records' of the 'PL/SQL User's Guide
and Reference Release 8.1.6' book there is the next paragrap:
"For example, PL/SQL supports implicit (automatic) datatype conversion
between host arrays and index-by tables (but not nested tables). So,
the most efficient way to pass collections to and from the database
server is to use anonymous PL/SQL blocks to bulk-bind input and output
host arrays to index-by tables."

Can anybody show me a pro*c/c++ example program with a embebed
anonymous PL/SQL block that bulk-bind input and output host arrays to
index-by tables ?
Thanks,
Jose Luis

Jul 19 '05 #2

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