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Dear all, I am going to change the IP address and hostname in my solaris, but I don't know how to do it.
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Jifty::DBI::Handle::Oracle(3pm) User Contributed Perl Documentation Jifty::DBI::Handle::Oracle(3pm)
Jifty::DBI::Handle::Oracle - An oracle specific Handle object
This module provides a subclass of Jifty::DBI::Handle that compensates for some of the idiosyncrasies of Oracle.
connect PARAMHASH: Driver, Database, Host, User, Password
Takes a paramhash and connects to your DBI datasource.
Returns value of ORA_OCI constant, see "Constants" in DBD::Oracle.
Takes a table name as the first argument and assumes that the rest of the arguments are an array of key-value pairs to be inserted.
Takes a bunch of parameters:
Required: Driver, Database or Host/SID, Optional: Port and RequireSSL
Builds a dsn suitable for an Oracle DBI connection
blob_params column_NAME column_type
Returns a hash ref for the bind_param call to identify BLOB types used by the current database for a particular column type. The current
Oracle implementation only supports ORA_CLOB types(112).
apply_limits STATEMENTREF ROWS_PER_PAGE FIRST_ROW
takes an SQL SELECT statement and massages it to return ROWS_PER_PAGE starting with FIRST_ROW;
takes an incomplete SQL SELECT statement and massages it to return a DISTINCT result set.
Jesse Vincent, email@example.com
Jifty::DBI, Jifty::DBI::Handle, DBD::Oracle
perl v5.14.2 2011-04-26 Jifty::DBI::Handle::Oracle(3pm)