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(Release 9.0.1; includes Windows books)

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Index Entries

R-tree indexes (Spatial User's Guide and Reference)
analyzing quality (Spatial User's Guide and Reference)
before creating (Spatial User's Guide and Reference)
quality degradation (Spatial User's Guide and Reference)
quality score (Spatial User's Guide and Reference)
sequence object (Spatial User's Guide and Reference)
R-tree quality (Spatial User's Guide and Reference)
RAC_DATABASE entry (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
RAC_DATABASE entry in services.ora file (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
RAC_INSTANCE entry (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
RAC_INSTANCE entry in services.ora file (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
radio buttons (Universal Installer Concepts Guide)
RADIUS (Concepts)
     [entry #2] (Advanced Security Administrator's Guide)
accounting (Advanced Security Administrator's Guide)
asynchronous (challenge-response) authentication mode (Advanced Security Administrator's Guide)
authentication modes (Advanced Security Administrator's Guide)
authentication parameters (Advanced Security Administrator's Guide)
challenge-response (asynchronous) authentication (Advanced Security Administrator's Guide)
challenge-response (asynchronous) authentication, customizing challenge-response user interface (Advanced Security Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Advanced Security Administrator's Guide)
Challenge-Response user interface (Advanced Security Administrator's Guide)
configuring (Advanced Security Administrator's Guide)
customizing the Challenge-Response user interface (Advanced Security Administrator's Guide)
location of secret key (Advanced Security Administrator's Guide)
sample for sqlnet.ora file (Advanced Security Administrator's Guide)
smartcards and (Advanced Security Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Advanced Security Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Advanced Security Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #4] (Advanced Security Administrator's Guide)
synchronous authentication mode (Advanced Security Administrator's Guide)
system requirements (Advanced Security Administrator's Guide)
RADIUS protocol
authentication (Security Overview)
     [subentry #2] (Security Overview)
supported vendors (Security Overview)
RADIUS-compliant smart cards (Security Overview)
RADIUS-compliant token cards (Security Overview)
RAID (Data Warehousing Guide)
     [entry #2] (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #3] (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
configurations (Data Warehousing Guide)
RAID. See Redundant Array of Independent Disks (Getting Started for Windows)
RAISE statement (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [entry #2] (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
syntax (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
using in exception handler (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
RAISE_APPLICATION_ERROR procedure (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
remote procedures (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
raise_application_error procedure (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
raising an exception (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
raising exceptions
triggers (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
randomizing requests among listeners (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Net Services Reference Guide)
     [entry #3] (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
range
measure (Spatial User's Guide and Reference)
range conditions (SQL Reference)
range dimension
definition (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
range operator (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
range partitioning
     [entry #2] (Data Warehousing Guide)
index-organized tables (Administrator's Guide)
performance considerations (Data Warehousing Guide)
when to use (Administrator's Guide)
range partitions (Performance Guide and Reference)
adding (SQL Reference)
creating (SQL Reference)
examples of (Performance Guide and Reference)
range Source objects (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the Oracle OLAP API)
RANGEDIMREL property
how to set on the attribute dimension (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
rank formatting (OLAP Services Concepts and Administration Guide)
rank formatting, 2-7 (OLAP Services Concepts and Administration Guide for Windows)
RANK function (SQL Reference)
     [entry #2] (Data Warehousing Guide)
ranking elements (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the Oracle OLAP API)
     [entry #2] (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the Oracle OLAP API)
ranking functions (Data Warehousing Guide)
rapid protection (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
log transport services data availability modes (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
     [subentry #2] (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
RATE option
of ALLOCATE CHANNEL (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
of CONFIGURE CHANNEL (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
ratios
see database instance performance ratios (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
RATIO_TO_REPORT function (SQL Reference)
     [entry #2] (Data Warehousing Guide)
RAW
     [entry #2] (OLAP Services Concepts and Administration Guide)
external datatype (Oracle C++ Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
maximum size
RAW class (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
RAW datatype (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [entry #2] (Concepts)
     [entry #3] (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #4] (SQL Reference)
     [entry #5] (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [entry #6] (Utilities)
converting (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
converting from CHAR data (SQL Reference)
external (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
maximum length (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
SQL*Loader (Utilities)
RAW DATE attribute
with data-reading commands (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
with program (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
raw device (Performance Guide and Reference)
raw device configuration information
export (Real Application Clusters Administration)
import (Real Application Clusters Administration)
raw devices
     [entry #2] (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
backing up to (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
configuration raw device (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
configuring (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
creating
on UNIX (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
on Windows (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
datafiles (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
DRSYS tablespace (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
environment variable (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
EXAMPLE tablespace (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
identifying on UNIX
control1 database object (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
control2 database object (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
drsys1 database object (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
indx1 database object (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
redo thread_number database object (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
redo thread_number database object (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
system1 database object (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
temp1 database object (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
tools1 database object (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
users1 database object (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
identifying on Windows
db_name_control1 symbolic link (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
db_name_control1 symbolic link (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
db_name_control2 symbolic link (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
db_name_control2 symbolic link (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
db_name_cwmlite1 (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
db_name_drsys1 symbolic link (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
db_name_drsys1 symbolic link (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
db_name_indx1 symbolic link (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
db_name_indx1 symbolic link (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
db_name_rbs1 symbolic link (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
db_name_redo thread_number symbolic link (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
db_name_redothread_number symbolic link (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
db_name_spfile1 symbolic link (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
db_name_spfile1 symbolic link (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
db_name_system1 symbolic link (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
db_name_system1 symbolic link (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
db_name_temp1 symbolic link (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
db_name_temp1 symbolic link (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
db_name_tools1 symbolic link (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
db_name_tools1 symbolic link (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
db_name_users1 symbolic link (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
db_name_users1 symbolic link (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
identifying on Windows, srvcfg (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
identifying on Windows, undotbs1 and undotbs2 symbolic links (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
     [subentry #2] (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
INDX tablespace (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
new requirements (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
redo log files (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
restoring to (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
server parameter files (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
setting up (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
     [subentry #2] (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
SYSTEM tablespace (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
TEMP tablespace (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
TOOLS tablespace (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
UNDOTBS tablespace (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
UNIX backups (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
USERS tablespace (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
verification (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
Windows backups (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
raw devices CWMLITE tablespace (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
raw files
using, 4-5 (Getting Started for Windows)
raw partition
     [entry #2] (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
defined, A-2 (Administrator's Guide for Windows)
logical partition, A-4 (Administrator's Guide for Windows)
LOG_ARCHIVE_DEST initialization parameter (Reference)
overview, A-2 (Administrator's Guide for Windows)
physical disk, A-3 (Administrator's Guide for Windows)
Raw Partition Tablespace Size Requirements (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
raw partitions
defined, 6-24 (Getting Started for Windows)
RAW queues (Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing (AQ))
RAW session layer (CORBA Developer's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (Enterprise JavaBeans Developer's Guide and Reference)
raw volumes
on UNIX, configuring (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
RAW, 4-10 (OLAP Services Concepts and Administration Guide for Windows)
RAWTOHEX function (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [entry #2] (SQL Reference)
     [entry #3] (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
data conversion (Concepts)
RAWTONHEX function (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [entry #2] (SQL Reference)
data conversion (Concepts)
RBS tablespace
description (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
RC4 encryption algorithm (Advanced Security Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Advanced Security Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #3] (Security Overview)
     [entry #4] (Security Overview)
     [entry #5] (Security Overview)
RC4_40 encryption (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Internet Directory Application Developer's Guide)
rcpt() function
of UTL_SMTP (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
RC_ views (Reference)
RC_ARCHIVED_LOG view (Recovery Manager Reference)
RC_BACKUP_CONTROLFILE view (Recovery Manager Reference)
RC_BACKUP_CORRUPTION view (Recovery Manager Reference)
RC_BACKUP_DATAFILE view (Recovery Manager Reference)
RC_BACKUP_PIECE view (Recovery Manager Reference)
RC_BACKUP_REDOLOG view (Recovery Manager Reference)
RC_BACKUP_SET view (Recovery Manager Reference)
RC_CHECKPOINT view (Recovery Manager Reference)
RC_COPY_CORRUPTION view (Recovery Manager Reference)
RC_DATABASE view (Recovery Manager Reference)
RC_DATABASE_INCARNATION view (Recovery Manager Reference)
RC_DATAFILE view (Recovery Manager Reference)
RC_DATAFILE_COPY view (Recovery Manager Reference)
RC_LOG_HISTORY view (Recovery Manager Reference)
RC_OFFLINE_RANGE view (Recovery Manager Reference)
RC_PROXY_CONTROLFILE view (Recovery Manager Reference)
RC_PROXY_DATAFILE view (Recovery Manager Reference)
RC_REDO_LOG view (Recovery Manager Reference)
RC_REDO_THREAD view (Recovery Manager Reference)
RC_RESYNC view (Recovery Manager Reference)
RC_RMAN_CONFIGURATION view (Recovery Manager Reference)
RC_STORED_SCRIPT view (Recovery Manager Reference)
RC_STORED_SCRIPT_LINE view (Recovery Manager Reference)
RC_TABLESPACE view (Recovery Manager Reference)
RDB Database field (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
RDBMS
     [entry #2] (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
realm type (Servlet Engine Developer's Guide)
RDBMS administration functions
OraTcl (Intelligent Agent User's Guide)
rdbms-log
WAR file subelement (Servlet Engine Developer's Guide)
RDBMS. (Concepts)
rdbmsDbContact variable (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
rdbmsDbIndex variable (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
rdbmsDbInfoProductName variable (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
rdbmsDbInfoSizeAllocated variable (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
rdbmsDbInfoSizeUnits variable (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
rdbmsDbInfoSizeUsed variable (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
rdbmsDbInfoTable (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
rdbmsDbInfoVersion variable (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
rdbmsDbName variable (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
rdbmsDbPrivateMibOID variable (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
rdbmsDbTable (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
rdbmsDbVendorName variable (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
rdbmsRelState variable (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
rdbmsRelTable (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
rdbmsSrvContact variable (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
rdbmsSrvInfoDiskReads variable (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
rdbmsSrvInfoDiskWrites variable (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
rdbmsSrvInfoFinishedTransactions variable (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
rdbmsSrvInfoHighwaterInboundAssociations variable (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
rdbmsSrvInfoLogicalReads variable (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
rdbmsSrvInfoMaxInboundAssociations variable (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
rdbmsSrvInfoPageReads variable (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
rdbmsSrvInfoPageWrites variable (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
rdbmsSrvInfoRequestsHandled variable (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
rdbmsSrvInfoStartupTime variable (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
rdbmsSrvInfoTable (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
rdbmsSrvParamCurrValue variable (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
rdbmsSrvParamName variable (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
rdbmsSrvParamSubIndex variable (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
rdbmsSrvParamTable (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
rdbmsSrvPrivateMibOID variable (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
rdbmsSrvProductName variable (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
rdbmsSrvTable (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
rdbmsSrvVendorName variable (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
rdbmsStateChange trap (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
rdbmsTraps (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
RDBMS_SERVER_DN initialization parameter (Reference)
setting with ALTER SYSTEM (SQL Reference)
RDB_DATABASE networking parameter (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #3] (Net Services Reference Guide)
RDNs (relative distinguished names) (Directory Service Integration and Deployment Guide)
RDNs. See relative distinguished names (RDNs) (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
RDNs. see relative distinguished names (RDNs) (Internet Directory Application Developer's Guide)
re-mastering
resources (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
Re-Parse Frequency data view (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with the Oracle Diagnostics Pack)
read access
algorithm (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
introduction (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
read committed isolation (Concepts)
     [entry #2] (Concepts)
READ COMMITTED transactions (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
read consistency
     [entry #2] (Concepts)
     [entry #3] (Concepts)
     [entry #4] (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #5] (Performance Guide and Reference)
     [entry #6] (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
Cache Fusion (Concepts)
definition (Concepts)
dirty read (Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Concepts)
Export utility (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
LOBs (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
managing in distributed databases (Administrator's Guide)
multiversion (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
multiversion consistency model (Concepts)
nonrepeatable read (Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Concepts)
phantom read (Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Concepts)
queries (Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Concepts)
Real Application Clusters (Concepts)
rollback information (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
rollback segments and (Concepts)
statement level (Concepts)
subqueries in DML (Concepts)
transactions (Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Concepts)
triggers and (Concepts)
read consistent locators (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
     [entry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
     [entry #3] (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
     [entry #4] (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
     [entry #5] (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
     [entry #6] (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
     [entry #7] (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
     [entry #8] (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
read events
direct path (Performance Guide and Reference)
read label (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
READ object privilege (SQL Reference)
on a materialized directory (SQL Reference)
READ ONLY clause
read only connection pool properties (Internet File System Setup and Administration Guide)
READ ONLY parameter (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
in SET TRANSACTION statement (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
using in SET TRANSACTION (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
READ ONLY transactions (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
READ privilege (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
read snapshot time (Concepts)
read Transaction object (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the Oracle OLAP API)
read uncommitted (Concepts)
READ UNCOMMITTED transactions (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
read wait events
scattered (Performance Guide and Reference)
READ WRITE clause
of ALTER TABLESPACE (SQL Reference)
READ WRITE transactions (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
read( ) (interMedia Java Classes User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (interMedia Java Classes User's Guide and Reference)
read( ) method (interMedia User's Guide and Reference)
read(byte[ ]) (interMedia Annotator User's Guide)
     [entry #2] (interMedia Java Classes User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #3] (interMedia Java Classes User's Guide and Reference)
read(byte[ ], int, int) (interMedia Annotator User's Guide)
     [entry #2] (interMedia Java Classes User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #3] (interMedia Java Classes User's Guide and Reference)
read-consistent export (Utilities)
read-only
databases
opening (Concepts)
tablespaces (Concepts)
transactions, definition (Concepts)
read-only access (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
read-only database
opening (Administrator's Guide)
read-only databases
exporting from (Utilities)
read-only materialized views (Replication)
     [entry #2] (Replication)
registration
manual (Replication)
unregistering (Replication)
read-only mode
standby databases (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
     [subentry #2] (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
     [subentry #3] (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
read-only response
two-phase commit (Administrator's Guide)
read-only result set concurrency type (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
READ-ONLY substate (Data Guard Broker)
effect on underlying components (Data Guard Broker)
state transitions (Data Guard Broker)
read-only tablespaces
active transactions (Migration)
backups (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
compatibility (Migration)
datafiles (Administrator's Guide)
migration (Migration)
read-only tablespaces, see tablespaces (Administrator's Guide)
read-only transaction (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
ending (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
example (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
read-only transactions (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
description of (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
example of (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
how ended (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
READ-WRITE substate (Data Guard Broker)
effect on underlying components (Data Guard Broker)
state transitions (Data Guard Broker)
READ-WRITE-XPTON substate (Data Guard Broker)
CLI default value (Data Guard Broker)
effect on underlying components (Data Guard Broker)
state transitions (Data Guard Broker)
read/write mode (Data Guard Broker)
     [entry #2] (Data Guard Broker)
readability (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
readAVILanguage( ) (interMedia Annotator User's Guide)
readBoolean (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #2] (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
readByte (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #2] (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
readByte( ) (interMedia Annotator User's Guide)
readByteArray(byte[ ], int) (interMedia Annotator User's Guide)
readByteArray(int) (interMedia Annotator User's Guide)
readBytes (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #2] (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #3] (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
readChar (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #2] (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
readColor48( ) (interMedia Annotator User's Guide)
readDate( ) (interMedia Annotator User's Guide)
readDate(int, String) (interMedia Annotator User's Guide)
readDouble (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #2] (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
reader (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #2] (XML Reference)
reader/writer conflicts
and Cache Fusion (Real Application Clusters Deployment and Performance)
readers block writers (Concepts)
readExtended( ) (interMedia Annotator User's Guide)
readFixedPoint16( ) (interMedia Annotator User's Guide)
readFixedPoint32( ) (interMedia Annotator User's Guide)
readFloat (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
readFourCC( ) (interMedia Annotator User's Guide)
readFromSource( ) (interMedia Java Classes User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (interMedia Java Classes User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #3] (interMedia Java Classes User's Guide and Reference)
readFromSource( ) method (interMedia User's Guide and Reference)
reading
BFILES
specify 4 Gb-1 regardless of LOB (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
data fom temporary LOB (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
data from a LOB
internal persistent LOBs (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
large amounts of LOB data using streaming (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
portion of BFILE data using substr (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
portion of LOB using substr
internal persistent LOBs (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
portion of temporary LOB (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
small amounts of data,enable buffering (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
reading data from an interMedia object (interMedia User's Guide and Reference)
reading down (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
reading interMedia data
example (interMedia User's Guide and Reference)
readInt (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
readInt( ) (interMedia Annotator User's Guide)
readLong (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #2] (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
readLong( ) (interMedia Annotator User's Guide)
readObject (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
readPascalString( ) (interMedia Annotator User's Guide)
readPascalString(int) (interMedia Annotator User's Guide)
readPascalString(Short) (interMedia Annotator User's Guide)
readQTLanguage( ) (interMedia Annotator User's Guide)
readRectangle( ) (interMedia Annotator User's Guide)
reads
data block
limits on (Concepts)
dirty (Concepts)
repeatable (Concepts)
readShort (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
readShort( ) (interMedia Annotator User's Guide)
READSIZE parameter
for SQL*Loader command line (Utilities)
readSQL() method (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #3] (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #4] (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
readString (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
readString( ) (interMedia Annotator User's Guide)
ReadStructAQ.java (Case Studies - XML Applications)
READTIM in V$FILESTAT (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
     [entry #2] (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
readUnsignedByte (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
readUnsignedByte( ) (interMedia Annotator User's Guide)
readUnsignedInt( ) (interMedia Annotator User's Guide)
readUnsignedShort (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
readUnsignedShort( ) (interMedia Annotator User's Guide)
readUTF (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
READ_CONTROL option
about (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
algorithm (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
and CHECK_CONTROL (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
and child rows (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
definition (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
with predicates (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
read_line()
function of UTL_TCP (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
READ_ONLY function (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #3] (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #4] (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
READ_ONLY_OPEN_DELAYED initialization parameter (Reference)
setting with ALTER SYSTEM (SQL Reference)
read_raw()
function of UTL_TCP (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
read_text()
function of UTL_TCP (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
READ_WRITE function (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #3] (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #4] (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
Real Application Clusters
     [entry #2] (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
     [entry #3] (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
     [entry #4] (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #5] (Real Application Clusters Administration)
applicable system types (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
availability (Security Overview)
benefits (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
components (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
concurrency limits and (Concepts)
databases and instances (Concepts)
databases, backing up (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
databases, creating
with manual methods (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
databases, deleting (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
databases, password files (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
definition (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
deployment phases (Real Application Clusters Deployment and Performance)
directory failover in (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
disk affinities (Real Application Clusters Deployment and Performance)
exclusive mode
hardware requirements (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
initialization parameter files (Real Application Clusters Administration)
installation requirements (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
installed components of (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
isolation levels (Concepts)
lock processes (Concepts)
mounting (Real Application Clusters Administration)
mounting a database using (Concepts)
named user licensing and (Concepts)
Oracle Parallel Execution (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
overview (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
     [subentry #2] (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
     [subentry #3] (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
parallel execution (Real Application Clusters Deployment and Performance)
parallel SQL (Concepts)
performing switchover and (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
pre-installation (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
primary databases and (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
raw device setup (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
     [subentry #2] (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
read consistency (Concepts)
reasons to convert to (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
shared mode
rollback segments and (Concepts)
shutdown (Real Application Clusters Administration)
standby databases and (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
     [subentry #2] (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
system monitor process and (Concepts)
temporary tablespaces (Concepts)
Real Application Clusters connect-time failover (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
Real Application Clusters databases
starting (Real Application Clusters Administration)
Real Application Clusters, renamed (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
Real Application Clusters. See Oracle Real Application Clusters (Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing (AQ))
Real Clusters Manager (Oracle Enterprise Manager Concepts Guide)
REAL datatype (ANSI) (SQL Reference)
REAL keyword
real REF columns (Utilities)
REAL subtype (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
realm (CyberSafe) (Advanced Security Administrator's Guide)
realm (Kerberos) (Advanced Security Administrator's Guide)
realm command (Java Tools Reference)
     [entry #2] (Java Tools Reference)
realm, 5-23 (Servlet Engine Developer's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Servlet Engine Developer's Guide)
realm-name
WAR file element (Servlet Engine Developer's Guide)
realmName (Servlet Engine Developer's Guide)
reauthenticating clients (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [entry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
reblocking (Heterogeneous Connectivity Administrator's Guide)
REBUILD clause (Performance Guide and Reference)
of ALTER INDEX (SQL Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL Reference)
of ALTER MATERIALIZED VIEW (SQL Reference)
of ALTER OUTLINE (SQL Reference)
REBUILD INDEX PARTITION statement
REBUILD INDEX statement
rules of parallelism (Data Warehousing Guide)
REBUILD PARTITION clause (Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
of ALTER INDEX (SQL Reference)
REBUILD SUBPARTITION clause (Administrator's Guide)
of ALTER INDEX (SQL Reference)
REBUILD UNUSABLE LOCAL INDEXES clause (Administrator's Guide)
rebuilding (SQL Reference)
rebuilding an index (Text Application Developer's Guide)
rebuilding index
example (Text Reference)
syntax (Text Reference)
rebuilding indexes (Administrator's Guide)
costs (Administrator's Guide)
online (Administrator's Guide)
physical ROWIDs (Migration)
REBUILD_FREELISTS procedure (Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #3] (Administrator's Guide)
example (Administrator's Guide)
receipt table
using with Microsoft application demo, 4-3 (Developer's Guide for Microsoft Transaction Server)
receive (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #2] (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
receiveNoData (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #2] (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #3] (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #4] (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
receiveNoWait (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
receiver
replication (Replication)
receiving messages (Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing (AQ))
reception
log transport services (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
     [subentry #2] (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
recipient (Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing (AQ))
     [entry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing (AQ))
list (Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing (AQ))
     [subentry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing (AQ))
     [subentry #3] (Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing (AQ))
local and remote (Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing (AQ))
     [subentry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing (AQ))
multiple (Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing (AQ))
RECNUM parameter
use with SQL*Loader SKIP parameter (Utilities)
Recommendation Summary report (Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
generating (Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
Recommendation Summary Report dialog box (Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
recommendations
declining (Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
effect of tuning categories on (Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
implementing (Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
     [subentry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
in Analysis report (Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
     [subentry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
     [subentry #3] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with the Oracle Standard Management Pack)
obtaining less conservative (Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
reviewing (Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
     [subentry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
Recommendations page. See tuning session window. (Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
recommendations, W3C (Application Developer's Guide - XML)
record (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
RECORD datatype (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
record management (Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager)
record separators, printing (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
record separators, printing, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
RECORD type (PL/SQL) (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
record, user-defined (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
recording chart data (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Management Pack for Oracle Applications)
     [entry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with the Oracle Diagnostics Pack)
     [entry #3] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with the Oracle Standard Management Pack)
recording statistics
for tuning (Real Application Clusters Deployment and Performance)
recordings
removing (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Management Pack for Oracle Applications)
     [subentry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with the Oracle Diagnostics Pack)
     [subentry #3] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with the Oracle Standard Management Pack)
starting (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Management Pack for Oracle Applications)
     [subentry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with the Oracle Diagnostics Pack)
     [subentry #3] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with the Oracle Standard Management Pack)
stopping (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Management Pack for Oracle Applications)
     [subentry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with the Oracle Diagnostics Pack)
     [subentry #3] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with the Oracle Standard Management Pack)
Recordings folder (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Management Pack for Oracle Applications)
     [entry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with the Oracle Diagnostics Pack)
     [entry #3] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with the Oracle Standard Management Pack)
RECORDLENGTH parameter
for Export utility (Utilities)
for Import utility (Utilities)
records (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
%ROWTYPE (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
assigning (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
comparing (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
consolidating into a single logical record
SQL*Loader (Utilities)
declaring (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
defining (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
discarded by SQL*Loader (Utilities)
     [subentry #2] (Utilities)
distinguishing different formats for SQL*Loader (Utilities)
extracting multiple logical records using SQL*Loader (Utilities)
fixed format (Utilities)
implicit declaration (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
initializing (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
manipulating (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
missing data columns during load (Utilities)
nesting (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
referencing (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
rejected by SQL*Loader (Utilities)
     [subentry #2] (Utilities)
setting column to record number with SQL*Loader (Utilities)
specifying how to load (Utilities)
specifying length for export (Utilities)
specifying length for import (Utilities)
stream record format (Utilities)
syntax (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
records, reading (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
Recordsets, ADO (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
recordSpec (Recovery Manager Reference)
RECOVER
clause (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
RECOVER AUTOMATIC clause
of ALTER DATABASE (SQL Reference)
RECOVER CANCEL clause
of ALTER DATABASE (SQL Reference)
RECOVER clause
of ALTER DATABASE (SQL Reference)
     [subentry #2] (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
     [subentry #3] (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
RECOVER command (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Real Application Clusters Administration)
     [entry #3] (Real Application Clusters Administration)
     [entry #4] (Recovery Manager Reference)
PARALLEL option (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
unrecoverable objects and standby databases (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
UNTIL TIME option (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
USING BACKUP CONTROLFILE clause (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
RECOVER command, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
AUTOMATIC clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
CANCEL clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
CONTINUE clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
DATABASE clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
FROM clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
LOGFILE clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
STANDBY DATABASE clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
STANDBY DATAFILE clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
STANDBY TABLESPACE clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
UNTIL CANCEL clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
UNTIL CONTROLFILE clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
UNTIL TIME clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
USING BACKUP CONTROL FILE clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
RECOVER CONTINUE clause
of ALTER DATABASE (SQL Reference)
RECOVER DATABASE clause
of ALTER DATABASE (SQL Reference)
RECOVER DATAFILE clause
of ALTER DATABASE (SQL Reference)
RECOVER LOGFILE clause
of ALTER DATABASE (SQL Reference)
RECOVER MANAGED STANDBY DATABASE clause
     [entry #2] (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
of ALTER DATABASE (SQL Reference)
     [subentry #2] (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
     [subentry #3] (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
CANCEL IMMEDIATE option (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
CANCEL IMMEDIATE option (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
CANCEL NOWAIT option (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
CANCEL option (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
CANCEL option (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
DELAY option (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
DELAY option (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
DISCONNECT FROM SESSION option (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
DISCONNECT option (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
DISCONNECT option (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
EXPIRE option (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
EXPIRE option (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
FINISH NOWAIT option (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
FINISH option (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
FINISH option (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
FINISH option (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
FINISH option (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
NEXT option (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
NEXT option (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
NODELAY option (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
NODELAY option (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
NODELAY option (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
PARALLEL option (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
PARALLEL option (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
PARALLEL option (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
TIMEOUT option (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
TIMEOUT option (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
TIMEOUT option (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
RECOVER option
STARTUP command (Administrator's Guide)
RECOVER procedure (Text Reference)
RECOVER STANDBY DATABASE clause
of ALTER DATABASE (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
RECOVER STANDBY DATAFILE clause
RECOVER STANDBY TABLESPACE clause
of ALTER DATABASE (SQL Reference)
RECOVER statement
PARALLEL clause (Performance Guide and Reference)
RECOVER TABLESPACE clause
of ALTER DATABASE (SQL Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL Reference)
recover(8), 2-256 (Legato Storage Manager Command Reference Guide for Windows 2000 and Windows NT)
RECOVERABLE (SQL Reference)
     [entry #2] (SQL Reference)
recoverable errors
flagged as warnings in Export (Utilities)
flagged as warnings in Import (Utilities)
recoverable save set (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide)
recoverable save set, 2-8 (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide for Windows 2000 and Windows NT)
recoverer (RECO) process
definition (Concepts)
recoverer process (Administrator's Guide)
recoverer process (RECO)
     [entry #2] (Concepts)
disabling (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
distributed transaction recovery (Administrator's Guide)
DISTRIBUTED_TRANSACTIONS initialization parameter (Administrator's Guide)
enabling (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
in-doubt transactions (Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Concepts)
pending transaction table (Administrator's Guide)
recovering
OS and NetWorker, UNIX (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide)
to new server, UNIX (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide)
recovering the operating system, 5-9 (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide for Windows 2000 and Windows NT)
recovering, an Oracle9i database, 6-2 (Administrator's Guide for Windows)
recovering, LSM Server bootstrap, 5-16 (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide for Windows 2000 and Windows NT)
recovering, LSM Server, 5-13 (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide for Windows 2000 and Windows NT)
recovery
     [entry #2] (Real Application Clusters Administration)
access to files (Real Application Clusters Administration)
     [subentry #2] (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
after SHUTDOWN ABORT (Real Application Clusters Administration)
archive history (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
automatically applying archived logs (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
basic concepts (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
basic steps (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Concepts)
block media recovery (Real Application Clusters Administration)
cache (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
cancel-based (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
     [subentry #2] (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
change-based (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
compatibility (Migration)
     [subentry #2] (Migration)
complete (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
closed database (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
offline tablespaces (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
corruption
intentionally allowing (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
crash (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
crash recovery (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
instance failure (Concepts)
opening a database (Concepts)
required after aborting instance (Concepts)
SMON process (Concepts)
creating new control files (Administrator's Guide)
data (Internet File System Setup and Administration Guide)
data block (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
data blocks (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
guidelines (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
data structures used in (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
database
     [subentry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
in NOARCHIVELOG mode (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
database buffers and (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
database files
how RMAN applies changes (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
in a disaster (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
overview (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
datafile (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
datafile without a backup (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
datafiles (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
ARCHIVELOG mode (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
NOARCHIVELOG mode (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
dead transactions (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
determining files needing recovery (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
differences among scenarios (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
direct path load
SQL*Loader (Utilities)
disaster (Real Application Clusters Administration)
Disaster Recovery Server (Concepts)
disaster using RMAN (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
discarding data (SQL Reference)
distributed processing in (Concepts)
distributed, enabling (SQL Reference)
dropped table (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
errors (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
failures requiring (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
for replication (Replication)
from an offline backup (Real Application Clusters Administration)
from an online backup (Real Application Clusters Administration)
from multiple node failure (Real Application Clusters Administration)
from network failure (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
from single-node failure (Real Application Clusters Administration)
general information about (Real Application Clusters Administration)
general overview (Concepts)
generic procedures (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
generic RMAN (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
global checkpoint (Real Application Clusters Administration)
Import utility (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
incomplete (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
incomplete media (Real Application Clusters Administration)
instance (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Real Application Clusters Administration)
     [subentry #3] (Real Application Clusters Administration)
     [subentry #4] (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
instance recovery (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
instance failure (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
parallel DML (Data Warehousing Guide)
read-only tablespaces (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
SMON process (Concepts)
SMON process (Data Warehousing Guide)
SMON process, definition (Concepts)
instance, continue after interruption (SQL Reference)
log history (Real Application Clusters Administration)
media (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
     [subentry #3] (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
     [subentry #4] (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
     [subentry #5] (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
media failure (Real Application Clusters Administration)
     [subentry #2] (Real Application Clusters Administration)
     [subentry #3] (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
media failures (Real Application Clusters Administration)
media recovery
dispatcher processes (Concepts)
enabled or disabled (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
media, designing (SQL Reference)
media, performing ongoing (SQL Reference)
media, with striping (Data Warehousing Guide)
methods (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
multithreaded (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
number of required processes (Reference)
     [subentry #2] (Reference)
of database (SQL Reference)
of distributed transactions (Concepts)
of in-doubt transactions, 3-3 (Developer's Guide for Microsoft Transaction Server)
of instances (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
of lost or damaged recovery catalog (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
online (Real Application Clusters Administration)
online redo logs (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
losing member (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
loss of group (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
open database using RMAN (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
Oracle Real Application Clusters (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
overview of (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
parallel
     [subentry #2] (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Real Application Clusters Administration)
     [subentry #4] (Real Application Clusters Administration)
intratransaction recovery (Performance Guide and Reference)
parallel DML (Data Warehousing Guide)
parallel processes for (Performance Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
parallelizing (SQL Reference)
PARALLEL_MAX_SERVERS initialization parameter (Performance Guide and Reference)
PARALLEL_MAX_SERVERS parameter (Real Application Clusters Administration)
     [subentry #2] (Real Application Clusters Administration)
point-in-time
preconditions (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
preparing for (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
problems (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
fixing (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
investigating (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
process recovery (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Concepts)
RECOVER command (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
RECOVER command, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
recovery time (Real Application Clusters Administration)
replacing rows (Utilities)
responding to unsuccessful (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
restrictions (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
rolling back (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
rolling back transactions (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
rolling forward (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
setting number of processes to use (Performance Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
setting parallelism (Real Application Clusters Administration)
     [subentry #2] (Real Application Clusters Administration)
starting another instance (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
statement failure (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
steps of (Real Application Clusters Administration)
stuck (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
tablespace
     [subentry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
point-in-time (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
time-based (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
     [subentry #3] (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
transaction (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
transportable tablespaces (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
trial (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
troubleshooting (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
types (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
user errors (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
user-managed (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
     [subentry #2] (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
     [subentry #3] (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
     [subentry #4] (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
using backup control file (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
using logs in a nondefault location (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
using logs in default location (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
using logs in nondefault location (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
using operating system utilities (Real Application Clusters Administration)
using Recovery Manager (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
using redo log (Real Application Clusters Administration)
using SQL*Plus (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
whole database
using backup control file (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
without a recovery catalog (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
recovery catalog
     [entry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #3] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #4] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Configuration Guide)
compatibility with Recovery Manager (Migration)
registering (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
setting up and registering (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
upgrading (Migration)
views (Recovery Manager Reference)
Recovery Catalog, Oracle8 (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide)
Recovery Catalog, Oracle9i, 1-7 (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide for Windows 2000 and Windows NT)
Recovery Catalog, Oracle9i, 1-8 (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide for Windows 2000 and Windows NT)
RECOVERY command
and database recovery (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
recovery features, in Oracle9i (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
recovery file types, OCOPY, 6-6 (Administrator's Guide for Windows)
Recovery Manager
     [entry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [entry #3] (New Features)
     [entry #4] (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
allocating channels (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
allocating disk buffers (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
allocating input files (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
allocating tape buffers (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
archive log backup (Real Application Clusters Administration)
archived redo logs
backups (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
backup management (Migration)
backup sets (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
backing up (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
overview (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
backup types (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
duplexed backup sets (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
backups (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
archived redo logs (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
archived redo logs (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
archived redo logs (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
archived redo logs (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
backing up (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
batch deletion of obsolete (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
control file (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
control file (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
control file autobackups (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
control file autobackups (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
control file autobackups (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
control file autobackups (Recovery Manager Reference)
control file autobackups (Recovery Manager Reference)
control file autobackups (Recovery Manager Reference)
control file copies (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
control files (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
datafile (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
datafile (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
datafile (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
datafile (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
datafile (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
fractured block detection (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
image copy (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
incremental (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
incremental (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
incremental (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
long-term (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
optimization (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
overview (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
restartable (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
standby database (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
tablespace (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
tablespace (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
tablespace (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
tablespace (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
tablespace (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
testing (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
testing (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
types (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
using tags (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
validating (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
whole database (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
capabilities, 6-2 (Administrator's Guide for Windows)
channels (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
generic configurations (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
naming conventions (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
specific configurations (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
commands
@ (Recovery Manager Reference)
@@ (Recovery Manager Reference)
ALLOCATE CHANNEL (Recovery Manager Reference)
ALLOCATE CHANNEL (Recovery Manager Reference)
ALLOCATE CHANNEL FOR MAINTENANCE (Recovery Manager Reference)
ALTER DATABASE (Recovery Manager Reference)
BACKUP (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
BACKUP (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
CATALOG (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
CATALOG (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
CHANGE (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
CHANGE (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
compatibility (Migration)
CONNECT (Recovery Manager Reference)
COPY (Recovery Manager Reference)
CREATE CATALOG (Recovery Manager Reference)
CREATE SCRIPT (Recovery Manager Reference)
CROSSCHECK (Recovery Manager Reference)
DELETE (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
DELETE (Recovery Manager Reference)
DELETE SCRIPT (Recovery Manager Reference)
DROP CATALOG (Recovery Manager Reference)
DUPLICATE (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
DUPLICATE (Recovery Manager Reference)
EXECUTE SCRIPT (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
EXECUTE SCRIPT (Recovery Manager Reference)
HOST (Recovery Manager Reference)
interactive use of (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
job commands (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
LIST (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
PRINT SCRIPT (Recovery Manager Reference)
REGISTER (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
REPLACE SCRIPT (Recovery Manager Reference)
REPLICATE CONTROLFILE (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
REPORT (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
RESTORE (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
RESYNC CATALOG (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
RUN (Recovery Manager Reference)
stand-alone commands (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
types (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
using command files (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
compatibility (Migration)
     [subentry #2] (Recovery Manager Reference)
compilation and execution of commands (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
configure archive logs (Real Application Clusters Administration)
configuring
default device types (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
device types (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
showing (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
showing (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
connecting
command line options (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
constraints
backup (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
control files
automatic backups (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
automatic backups (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
corrupt datafile blocks (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
handling I/O errors and (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
crosschecking recovery catalog (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
database character set (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
database connections (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
auxiliary database (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
duplicate database (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
hiding passwords (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
Oracle Real Application Clusters configuration (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
SYSDBA required for target (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
with a catalog (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
with password files (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
with recovery catalog (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
with recovery catalog (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
without a catalog (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
datafile copies
backing up (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
dates in commands (Recovery Manager Reference)
DBMS_PIPE package (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
definition (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
disaster recovery (Real Application Clusters Administration)
disconnecting from (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
duplicate databases
how created (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
environment
definition (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
error codes
message numbers (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
errors (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
interpreting (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
executable
definition (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
feature comparison with user-managed recovery (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
file deletion
overview (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
fractured block detection in (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
hanging backups (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
image copy backups (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
incomplete media recovery (Real Application Clusters Administration)
incomplete recovery
with current control file (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
incremental backups
cumulative (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
differential (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
level 0 (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
integrity checking (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
interactive use of commands (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
introduction (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
jobs
monitoring progress (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
lists (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
media failures (Real Application Clusters Administration)
media management
backing up files (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
Backup Solutions Program (BSP) (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
crosschecking (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
media manager, linking with a (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
proxy copy (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
requirements (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
restoring files (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
testing (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
metadata (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #4] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
storing in control file (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
monitoring (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
multiplexing
datafiles (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
normalize catalog (Migration)
operating system compatibility, 5-3 (Getting Started for Windows)
overview (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
overview, 6-2 (Administrator's Guide for Windows)
performance
monitoring (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
performance tips (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
pipe interface (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
preferred tools, 5-5 (Getting Started for Windows)
reasons for using (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
recovery
after total media failure (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
incomplete (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
open database (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
using backup control file (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
recovery catalog (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
availability (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
backing up (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
compatibility (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
contents (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
crosschecking (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
crosschecking (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
deciding whether to use (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
managing the size of (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
moving to new database (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
operating with (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
operating with (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
operating without (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
querying (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
recovering lost or damaged (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
registration of target databases (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
registration of target databases (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
removing records (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
resynchronizing (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
schema (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
snapshot control file (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
synchronization (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
updating after schema changes (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
upgrading (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
registering databases (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
repository
definition (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
restoring (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
archived redo logs (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
control files to new location without recovery catalog (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
datafiles (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
retention policies
return codes (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
RPC calls and (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
sample scripts (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
setting time parameters (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
snapshot control file location (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
standby database
about creating (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
backing up (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
backing up archived logs (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
backing up overview (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
backing up the database (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
backup restrictions (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
creating (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
creating standby control file (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
creating standby control file using RMAN BACKUP command (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
creating standby control file using RMAN COPY command (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
creating standby control file using SQL (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
creating using image copies (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
creation overview (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
naming online redo logs (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
naming standby datafiles (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
standby databases
creating (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
starting (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
starting a database (Administrator's Guide)
starting an instance (Administrator's Guide)
stored scripts (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
symbolic links for filenames (Recovery Manager Reference)
synchronous and asynchronous I/O (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
syntax conventions (Recovery Manager Reference)
tablespace point-in-time recovery (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
tags for backups (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
terminating commands (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
types of backups (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
using basic commands (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
using incremental backups (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
using RMAN commands (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
using with a pipe (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
Recovery Manager (RMAN)
     [entry #2] (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
backup script, 4-6 (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide for Windows 2000 and Windows NT)
definition (Concepts)
Recovery Manager (RMAN), Oracle8 (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide)
Recovery Manager (RMAN), Oracle9i, 1-7 (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide for Windows 2000 and Windows NT)
Recovery Manager (RMAN), Oracle9i, 1-8 (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide for Windows 2000 and Windows NT)
recovery script
attribute changes not undone by (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
recovery sets
containing whole tables (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
for RMAN TSPITR (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
recovery window
     [entry #2] (New Features)
point of recoverability (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
RECOVERY WINDOW parameter
CONFIGURE command (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
recovery windows
backup optimization and (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
configuring for retention policy (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
definition (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
Recovery Wizard
     [entry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
Configuration Page (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
Datafiles Page (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
Introduction Page (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
preferred tools, 5-5 (Getting Started for Windows)
Recovery Selection (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
Rename Page (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
Restore Until (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
Summary (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
Tablespaces Page (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
RECOVERY_CATALOG_OWNER role (SQL Reference)
     [entry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
recovery_clauses
of ALTER DATABASE (SQL Reference)
RECOVERY_PARALLELISM initialization parameter (Performance Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (Reference)
     [entry #3] (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
setting with ALTER SYSTEM (SQL Reference)
RECOVERY_PARALLELISM parameter (Real Application Clusters Administration)
     [entry #2] (Real Application Clusters Administration)
     [entry #3] (Real Application Clusters Administration)
recover_automatic
public procedure, 3-8 (Developer's Guide for Microsoft Transaction Server)
RECSEP variable, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
RECSEPCHAR variable, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
rectangle
minimum bounding (Spatial User's Guide and Reference)
type (Spatial User's Guide and Reference)
rectifying
tables (Replication Management API Reference)
     [subentry #2] (Replication Management API Reference)
     [subentry #3] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
recursion (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
infinite (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
mutual (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
versus iteration (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
recursive calls (Performance Guide and Reference)
recursive SQL
recursive SQLJ calls in server (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
recursive to user call ratio
defined (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
recyclable save set (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide)
recyclable save set, 2-8 (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide for Windows 2000 and Windows NT)
recyclable volumes (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide)
recyclable volumes, 2-7 (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide for Windows 2000 and Windows NT)
RECYCLE cache (Performance Guide and Reference)
REDEFINES clause
purpose (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
restrictions (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
REDEFINES support (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
REDEFINE_GEOM_SEGMENT procedure (Spatial User's Guide and Reference)
redefining a gemoetric segment (Spatial User's Guide and Reference)
redefining mandatory attributes (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
redefining tables
online (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
redirect connection (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
redirecting output (Java Stored Procedures Developer's Guide)
redirection (CORBA Developer's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (CORBA Developer's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #3] (Enterprise JavaBeans Developer's Guide and Reference)
redirection, 3-5 (Enterprise JavaBeans Developer's Guide and Reference)
redo buffer allocation retries (Data Warehousing Guide)
REDO BUFFER ALLOCATION RETRIES statistic (Performance Guide and Reference)
REDO ENTRIES in V$SYSSTAT (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
redo log buffers
definition (Concepts)
redo log buffers parameter (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
redo log file
archiving (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
overwriting (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
redo Log Files
ARCHIVE LOG command (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
ARCHIVE LOG command, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
redo log files
     [entry #2] (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
     [entry #3] (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
     [entry #4] (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
active (current) (Administrator's Guide)
analyzing (Administrator's Guide)
archived
advantages of (Administrator's Guide)
contents of (Administrator's Guide)
log switches and (Administrator's Guide)
archived redo log files (Administrator's Guide)
archived redo logs (Administrator's Guide)
archiving (Real Application Clusters Administration)
     [subentry #2] (Real Application Clusters Administration)
     [subentry #3] (Real Application Clusters Administration)
archiving, 3-20 (Administrator's Guide for Windows)
available for use (Administrator's Guide)
backup (Real Application Clusters Administration)
     [subentry #2] (Real Application Clusters Administration)
circular use of (Administrator's Guide)
clearing (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
restrictions (Administrator's Guide)
contents of (Administrator's Guide)
creating
groups and members (Administrator's Guide)
creating members (Administrator's Guide)
described (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
distributed transaction information in (Administrator's Guide)
dropping (Real Application Clusters Administration)
how many in redo log (Administrator's Guide)
identified in control file (Real Application Clusters Administration)
identifying on UNIX (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
inactive (Administrator's Guide)
legal and illegal configurations (Administrator's Guide)
LGWR and the (Administrator's Guide)
log sequence numbers of (Administrator's Guide)
log switches (Administrator's Guide)
members (Administrator's Guide)
creating (Administrator's Guide)
dropping (Administrator's Guide)
maximum number of (Administrator's Guide)
mirrored
log switches and (Administrator's Guide)
multiplexed
diagrammed (Administrator's Guide)
if all inaccessible (Administrator's Guide)
multiplexing (Administrator's Guide)
groups (Administrator's Guide)
if some members inaccessible (Administrator's Guide)
online (Administrator's Guide)
recovery use of (Administrator's Guide)
requirement of two (Administrator's Guide)
threads of (Administrator's Guide)
online redo log (Administrator's Guide)
planning the (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
privileges
adding groups and members (Administrator's Guide)
raw devices (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
reconfiguring (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
redo entries (Administrator's Guide)
renaming (Real Application Clusters Administration)
requirements (Administrator's Guide)
thread of redo (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
using (Real Application Clusters Administration)
verifying blocks (Administrator's Guide)
viewing (Administrator's Guide)
redo log group operations, Storage Management (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Concepts Guide)
redo log groups
     [entry #2] (Real Application Clusters Administration)
supplemental, adding (SQL Reference)
supplemental, dropping (SQL Reference)
redo log groups, creating (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
REDO LOG SPACE REQUESTS in V$SYSSTAT (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
redo log space wait ratio
defined (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
redo logs
     [entry #2] (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
     [entry #3] (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
     [entry #4] (Performance Guide and Reference)
     [entry #5] (SQL Reference)
"fuzzy" data in backups and (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
adding (SQL Reference)
     [subentry #2] (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
applying on standby database (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
archive gap management of (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
archive location (SQL Reference)
archived (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
errors in archiving (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
manually (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
archived, definition (Concepts)
archiver (ARCn) process, definition (Concepts)
archiver process (ARCn) (Concepts)
archiving modes (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
archiving to standby database (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
automatic archiving (SQL Reference)
starting (SQL Reference)
stopping (SQL Reference)
automatic name generation (SQL Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL Reference)
buffer management (Concepts)
buffer size (Reference)
buffers (Concepts)
circular buffer (Concepts)
clearing (SQL Reference)
     [subentry #2] (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
     [subentry #3] (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
committed data (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
committing a transaction (Concepts)
definition (Concepts)
deleting (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
direct path load (Utilities)
disabling specified threads in a cluster database (SQL Reference)
dropping (SQL Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL Reference)
enabling and disabling thread (SQL Reference)
enabling specified threads in a cluster database (SQL Reference)
entries (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
files named in control file (Concepts)
format and destination specifications (Real Application Clusters Administration)
instance and media recovery
SQL*Loader (Utilities)
listing files for backup (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
log sequence numbers
recorded in control file (Concepts)
log switch
archiver process (Concepts)
archiver process, definition (Concepts)
log writer process (Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Concepts)
manual archiving (SQL Reference)
manually archiving
all (SQL Reference)
by filename (SQL Reference)
by group number (SQL Reference)
by SCN (SQL Reference)
current (SQL Reference)
next (SQL Reference)
with sequence numbers (SQL Reference)
members
adding to existing groups (SQL Reference)
dropping (SQL Reference)
minimizing use during direct path loads (Utilities)
mirroring (Performance Guide and Reference)
modes, definition (Concepts)
multiplexed, definition (Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Concepts)
naming (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
offline, definition (Concepts)
online, definition (Concepts)
overview (Concepts)
placement on disk (Performance Guide and Reference)
receiving and storing on standby database (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
remove changes from (SQL Reference)
resetting (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
rolling forward (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
instance failure (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
rolling forward and (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
saving space
direct path load (Utilities)
See also (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
setting permission to archive (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
size of buffers (Concepts)
sizing (Performance Guide and Reference)
specifying (SQL Reference)
specifying archive mode (SQL Reference)
storing separately from datafiles (Administrator's Guide)
switching groups (SQL Reference)
threads (SQL Reference)
transmitting (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
unavailable when database is opened (Administrator's Guide)
uncommitted data (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
viewing (Data Guard Broker)
viewing information about (Data Guard Broker)
when temporary segments in (Concepts)
writing buffers (Concepts)
written before transaction commit (Concepts)
redo logs, applying (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide)
redo records (Administrator's Guide)
how Oracle applies (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
problems when applying (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
redo space
during LONG-to-LOB migration, prevent generation (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
REDO SYNC WRITES in V$SYSSTAT (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
redo thread (Reference)
reducing
contention
dispatchers (Performance Guide and Reference)
OS processes (Performance Guide and Reference)
shared servers (Performance Guide and Reference)
data dictionary cache misses (Performance Guide and Reference)
paging and swapping (Performance Guide and Reference)
rollback segment contention (Performance Guide and Reference)
unnecessary parse calls (Performance Guide and Reference)
reducing wait time (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Management Pack for Oracle Applications)
redundancy (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
and failover (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
redundancy planning (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
Redundant Array of Independent Disks, 6-23 (Getting Started for Windows)
redundant links (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
reentrant functions, 2-15 (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Getting Started for Windows)
REF
external datatype (Oracle C++ Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
retrieving a reference to an object (Oracle C++ Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
structure for (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
ref (Java Stored Procedures Developer's Guide)
REF (reference to object) (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
ref attribute (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
REF class (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
Ref class (Oracle C++ Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
methods (Oracle C++ Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
REF column
indexes on (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
REF columns
     [entry #2] (Utilities)
direct path loading of (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
loading (Utilities)
primary key (Utilities)
real (Utilities)
rescoping (SQL Reference)
specifying (SQL Reference)
specifying from table or column level (SQL Reference)
REF CURSOR
about REF CURSOR types (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
example (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
sample application (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
SQLJ support (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
REF CURSOR datatype (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
defining (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
REF CURSOR variables
as parameters to table functions (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
predefined SYS_REFCURSOR type (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
REF CURSORs (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
example program (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
materialized as result set objects (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
REF cursors variables
binding and defining (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
REF data
importing (Utilities)
REF fields
example (Utilities)
REF function (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (SQL Reference)
     [entry #3] (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
REF operator (Data Cartridge Developer's Guide)
REF type modifier (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
RefAny class (Oracle C++ Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
methods (Oracle C++ Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Oracle C++ Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
REFCURSOR bind variables (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
in a stored function (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
REFCURSOR clause
VARIABLE command (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
VARIABLE command, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
Reference (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #2] (XML Reference)
reference
for cman.ora (Net Services Reference Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Net Services Reference Guide)
for ldap.ora (Net Services Reference Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Net Services Reference Guide)
for Listener Control utility commands (Net Services Reference Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Net Services Reference Guide)
for listener.ora (Net Services Reference Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Net Services Reference Guide)
for names.ora (Net Services Reference Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Net Services Reference Guide)
for Oracle Connection Manager Control utility commands (Net Services Reference Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Net Services Reference Guide)
for Oracle Names Control utility commands (Net Services Reference Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Net Services Reference Guide)
for sqlnet.ora (Net Services Reference Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Net Services Reference Guide)
for tnsnames.ora (Net Services Reference Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Net Services Reference Guide)
host variable (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
REFERENCE clause
in TYPE statement (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
reference cursor (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
reference datatypes (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
reference documentation (New Features)
reference information
ORDAudio (interMedia User's Guide and Reference)
ORDDoc (interMedia User's Guide and Reference)
ORDImage (interMedia User's Guide and Reference)
ORDImageSignature (interMedia User's Guide and Reference)
ORDSource (interMedia User's Guide and Reference)
ORDVideo (interMedia User's Guide and Reference)
reference semantics (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
     [entry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
BFILEs enables multiple BFILE columns per record (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
external LOBs (Oracle C++ Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
reference semantics (ANSI dynamic SQL) (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
reference tables (Data Warehousing Guide)
reference types
inheritance (JPublisher User's Guide)
representing in Java (JPublisher User's Guide)
strongly typed (JPublisher User's Guide)
reference. See REFs (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
referenceable objects (Oracle C++ Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
referenced
keys (Concepts)
objects
dependencies (Concepts)
referenced keys
definition (Concepts)
references
in JNDI (Servlet Engine Developer's Guide)
REFERENCES clause
of constraint_clause (SQL Reference)
REFERENCES object privilege (SQL Reference)
on a table (SQL Reference)
on a view (SQL Reference)
REFERENCES privilege
     [entry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [entry #3] (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
CASCADE CONSTRAINTS option (Administrator's Guide)
when granted through a role (Concepts)
references to objects (REFs)
references, external (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
referencing
host tables (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
host variables (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
indicator variables (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
of host arrays (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
of host variables (Pro*PL/I Supplement to the Oracle Precompilers Guide)
of indicator variables (Pro*PL/I Supplement to the Oracle Precompilers Guide)
VARCHAR variables (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
REFERENCING clause
of CREATE TRIGGER (SQL Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL Reference)
referential integrity
     [entry #2] (Concepts)
     [entry #3] (Concepts)
     [entry #4] (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #5] (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #6] (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #7] (Security Overview)
cascade rule (Concepts)
distributed database systems
application development (Administrator's Guide)
distributed databases and (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
examples of (Concepts)
one-to-many relationship (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
one-to-one relationship (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
PRIMARY KEY constraints (Concepts)
privileges required to create foreign keys (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
restrict rule (Concepts)
self-referential constraints (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [subentry #2] (Concepts)
     [subentry #3] (Concepts)
     [subentry #4] (Replication)
set to default rule (Concepts)
set to null rule (Concepts)
triggers and (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [subentry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
referential integrity constraints (SQL Reference)
     [entry #2] (SQL Reference)
disabling for import (Utilities)
SQL*Loader (Utilities)
referential integrity support (Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager)
referral object class (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
referrals (Directory Service Integration and Deployment Guide)
refetching rows into a result set (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
ReflectPermission (Java Developer's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Java Developer's Guide)
     [entry #3] (Java Developer's Guide)
refresh
automatic (Replication)
complete (Replication)
DBMS_REFRESH package
CHANGE procedure (Replication)
failures (Replication)
fast (Replication)
determining possibility of (Replication)
force (Replication)
group (Replication)
incremental (Concepts)
initiating (Replication)
interval (Replication)
job queue processes (Concepts)
manual (Replication)
materialized view sites (Replication Management API Reference)
     [subentry #2] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
materialized views (Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Replication)
     [subentry #3] (Replication)
     [subentry #4] (Replication Management API Reference)
     [subentry #5] (Replication Management API Reference)
     [subentry #6] (Replication Management API Reference)
     [subentry #7] (Replication Management API Reference)
     [subentry #8] (Replication Management API Reference)
     [subentry #9] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
     [subentry #10] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
     [subentry #11] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
monitoring (Data Warehousing Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Replication Management API Reference)
     [subentry #3] (Replication Management API Reference)
on-demand (Replication)
options (Data Warehousing Guide)
retries (Replication)
rollback segments
troubleshooting (Replication)
scheduling (Replication)
troubleshooting (Replication)
troubleshooting
ORA-12004 error (Replication)
ORA-942 error (Replication)
truncating materialized views
troubleshooting (Replication)
Refresh button, in Oracle Directory Manager (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
REFRESH clause
of ALTER MATERIALIZED VIEW (SQL Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL Reference)
of CREATE MATERIALIZED VIEW (SQL Reference)
REFRESH COMPLETE clause
of ALTER MATERIALIZED VIEW (SQL Reference)
Refresh Entry button, in Oracle Directory Manager (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
Refresh Entry menu item (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
refresh error
snapshots
Import (Utilities)
REFRESH FAST clause
of ALTER MATERIALIZED VIEW (SQL Reference)
REFRESH FORCE clause
of ALTER MATERIALIZED VIEW (SQL Reference)
refresh groups (Replication)
adding members to (Replication Management API Reference)
     [subentry #2] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
adding objects to (Replication Management API Reference)
     [subentry #2] (Replication Management API Reference)
creating (Replication Management API Reference)
     [subentry #2] (Replication Management API Reference)
     [subentry #3] (Replication Management API Reference)
     [subentry #4] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
data dictionary views (Replication Management API Reference)
deleting (Replication Management API Reference)
     [subentry #2] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
deployment templates (Replication)
monitoring (Replication Management API Reference)
refresh (Replication Management API Reference)
refresh interval
changing (Replication Management API Reference)
changing (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
refreshing
manually (Replication Management API Reference)
manually (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
removing members from (Replication Management API Reference)
     [subentry #2] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
size considerations (Replication)
troubleshooting (Replication)
REFRESH networking parameter (Net Services Reference Guide)
REFRESH ON COMMIT clause
of ALTER MATERIALIZED VIEW (SQL Reference)
REFRESH ON DEMAND clause
of ALTER MATERIALIZED VIEW (SQL Reference)
of CREATE MATERIALIZED VIEW (SQL Reference)
Refresh Subtree Entries button, in Oracle Directory Manager (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
Refresh Subtree Entries menu item (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
refresher
creating (Replication Management API Reference)
     [subentry #2] (Replication Management API Reference)
refreshing
     [entry #2] (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
materialized views (Data Warehousing Guide)
nested materialized views (Data Warehousing Guide)
objects (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
partitioning (Data Warehousing Guide)
standby database control files (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
     [subentry #2] (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
Refreshing Discovery
Refresh Topology Menu Choice (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
refreshing tables (Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager)
     [entry #2] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
refreshing workspaces (Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager)
     [entry #2] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
refreshRow() method (result set) (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
RefreshTable procedure (Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager)
     [entry #2] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
RefreshWorkspace procedure (Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager)
     [entry #2] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
REFRESH_GROUPED_POLICY procedure (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [entry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
REFRESH_POLICY procedure (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [entry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
REFs
     [entry #2] (SQL Reference)
     [entry #3] (SQL Reference)
     [entry #4] (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
as containers for OIDs (SQL Reference)
binding (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
comparing (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
compatibility (Migration)
constraints on (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
     [subentry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
constructing from object identifiers (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
cursor variables, binding (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
dangling (Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (SQL Reference)
     [subentry #3] (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
     [subentry #4] (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
     [subentry #5] (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
declaring (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
defining (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
dereferencing of (Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
     [subentry #3] (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
for rows of object views (Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
implicit dereferencing of (Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
     [subentry #3] (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
indexes on (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
indexing (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
indicator variables for (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
materialized views (Replication)
object identifiers (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
obtaining (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
pinning (Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
     [subentry #3] (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
replication (Replication)
     [subentry #2] (Replication)
retrieving from server (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
scoped (Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
     [subentry #3] (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
     [subentry #4] (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
     [subentry #5] (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
size of (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
storage (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
substitutability and (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
     [subentry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
updating (SQL Reference)
use of table aliases (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
using (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
using in embedded SQL (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
validating (SQL Reference)
WITH ROWID option (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
refs (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
dangling (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
declaring (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
dereferencing (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
REFTOHEX function
     [entry #2] (SQL Reference)
data conversion (Concepts)
REGEDIT.EXE, A-2 (SQL*Plus Getting Started for Windows)
REGEDT32 command, 1-19 (Administrator's Guide for Windows)
REGEDT32.EXE, A-2 (SQL*Plus Getting Started for Windows)
regep tool (CORBA Developer's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (CORBA Developer's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #3] (Enterprise JavaBeans Developer's Guide and Reference)
regep tool, 3-10 (Enterprise JavaBeans Developer's Guide and Reference)
region attributes
for MdmHierarchy objects (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the Oracle OLAP API)
region database
configure database server (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
create Oracle Names server (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
defined (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
regions
delegated administrative (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
delegated administrative below root (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
delegated administrative, diagram (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
example of getting (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the Oracle OLAP API)
in Oracle Names (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
of an MdmDimension (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the Oracle OLAP API)
organizing multiple administrative network (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
root administrative (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
REGISTER clause
of ALTER SYSTEM (SQL Reference)
REGISTER command (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [entry #3] (Migration)
     [entry #4] (Migration)
     [entry #5] (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #6] (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #7] (Net Services Reference Guide)
     [entry #8] (Recovery Manager Reference)
REGISTER CONNECT SQL statement (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
register database (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
register JDBC drivers
for runtime (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
for translation (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
REGISTER LOGFILE clause
of ALTER DATABASE (SQL Reference)
     [subentry #2] (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
     [subentry #3] (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
REGISTER option
LOG_ARCHIVE_DEST_n initialization parameters (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
register request
server response (Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing (AQ))
REGISTER=location_format option
LOG_ARCHIVE_DEST_n initialization parameters (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
     [subentry #2] (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
registerCallback method (Java Developer's Guide)
registerConnectionFactory (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #2] (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #3] (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #4] (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
registerDriver() method (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
registered destination
map objects (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
Registered Page (Events Pane) (Oracle Enterprise Manager Concepts Guide)
registerIndexTableOutParameter() method (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
arguments
int elemMaxLen (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
int elemSqlType (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
int maxLen (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
int paramIndex (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
code example (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
Registering (Real Application Clusters Administration)
registering
aliases with Oracle Names (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
AQ Agent (Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing (AQ))
database service names with Oracle Names (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
global database link qualifiers with Oracle Names (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
global database links with Oracle Names (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
java server pages (Internet File System Setup and Administration Guide)
JDBC connection parameters through LDAP (Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing (AQ))
JDBC URL through LDAP (Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing (AQ))
net service names with Oracle Names (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
objects with Oracle Names (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
parsers by extension (Internet File System Setup and Administration Guide)
propagator for local database (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
queue/topic connection factory (Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing (AQ))
queue/topic connection factory through LDAP (Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing (AQ))
renderers (Internet File System Setup and Administration Guide)
through the database, JDBC connection parameters (Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing (AQ))
through the database, JDBC URL (Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing (AQ))
user callbacks (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
xml parser (Internet File System Setup and Administration Guide)
registering a service (Dynamic Services User's and Administrator's Guide)
registering a service consumer application (Dynamic Services User's and Administrator's Guide)
registering an external procedure (Data Cartridge Developer's Guide)
registering an external procedure, 10-11 (Getting Started for Windows)
registering column types/sizes (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
registering events (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
registering Oracle JDBC drivers, class for (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
registering parameter sizes (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
registerOutParameter() method (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #3] (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
REGISTER_NS command (Net Services Reference Guide)
registration
client request for (Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing (AQ))
to a queue (Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing (AQ))
registration files
registering a JSP, 7-5
registering a parser, 5-18
registering a renderer, 6-15
registering an agent, 8-18
registration for notification vs. listener (Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing (AQ))
Registrations page
Event window (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
registry
adding parameters, 9-15 (Getting Started for Windows)
ALL_HOMES subkey, 9-8 (Getting Started for Windows)
and multiple Oracle homes, 6-6 (Getting Started for Windows)
and Oracle Real Application Clusters, 9-12 (Getting Started for Windows)
Cluster Manager, 9-12 (Getting Started for Windows)
ClusterID, 9-12 (Getting Started for Windows)
ClusterName, 9-12 (Getting Started for Windows)
CmDiskFile, 9-12 (Getting Started for Windows)
CMDLL, 9-12 (Getting Started for Windows)
CmHostName, 9-12 (Getting Started for Windows)
configuration parameters, defined, 9-2 (Getting Started for Windows)
default attribute values, 2-4 (Provider for OLE DB Developer's Guide)
DEFAULT_HOME, 9-9 (Getting Started for Windows)
DefinedNodes, 9-12 (Getting Started for Windows)
DeviceNic, 9-13 (Getting Started for Windows)
DisplayName, 9-11 (Getting Started for Windows)
DisplayName, A-2 (Network, Directory, and Security Guide for Windows)
editor, 9-2 (Getting Started for Windows)
editor, starting, 5-16 (Getting Started for Windows)
HOME_COUNTER, 9-9 (Getting Started for Windows)
Hostname, 4-3 (Administrator's Guide for Windows)
Hostname, 9-10 (Getting Started for Windows)
ImagePath, 9-11 (Getting Started for Windows)
ImagePath, A-2 (Network, Directory, and Security Guide for Windows)
InstanceID, 9-13 (Getting Started for Windows)
INST_LOC, 9-8 (Getting Started for Windows)
Inter-Process Communication, 9-13 (Getting Started for Windows)
IODLL, 9-12 (Getting Started for Windows)
IPCDLL, 9-12 (Getting Started for Windows)
keys, defined, 9-2 (Getting Started for Windows)
LAST_HOME, 9-9 (Getting Started for Windows)
LOGFILE, 9-11 (Getting Started for Windows)
MissCount, 9-12 (Getting Started for Windows)
modifying the Oracle Service for MTS database connection, 2-11 (Developer's Guide for Microsoft Transaction Server)
modifying values for Oracle Fail Safe configurations, 3-11 (Developer's Guide for Microsoft Transaction Server)
modifying values, 9-14 (Getting Started for Windows)
MSHELP_TOOLS, 9-4 (Getting Started for Windows)
NAME, 9-9 (Getting Started for Windows)
NLS_LANG, 9-4 (Getting Started for Windows)
ObjectName, 9-12 (Getting Started for Windows)
ObjectName, A-2 (Network, Directory, and Security Guide for Windows)
OO4O, 9-8 (Getting Started for Windows)
OracleHOME_NAMEClientCache key, A-2 (Network, Directory, and Security Guide for Windows)
OracleHOME_NAMECMAdminService key, A-2 (Network, Directory, and Security Guide for Windows)
OracleHOME_NAMECManService key, A-2 (Network, Directory, and Security Guide for Windows)
OracleHOME_NAMETNSListener key, A-2 (Network, Directory, and Security Guide for Windows)
ORACLE_BASE, 9-6 (Getting Started for Windows)
ORACLE_GROUP_NAME, 9-6 (Getting Started for Windows)
ORACLE_HOME, 9-6 (Getting Started for Windows)
ORACLE_HOME_KEY, 9-7 (Getting Started for Windows)
ORACLE_HOME_NAME, 9-7 (Getting Started for Windows)
ORACLE_PRIORITY, 9-7 (Getting Started for Windows)
ORACLE_SID, 9-7 (Getting Started for Windows)
ORA_AFFINITY, 9-6 (Getting Started for Windows)
ORA_CWD, 9-4 (Getting Started for Windows)
ORA_SHUTDOWN, 3-12 (Administrator's Guide for Windows)
ORA_SID_AUTOSTART, 3-11 (Administrator's Guide for Windows)
ORA_SID_AUTOSTART, 9-4 (Getting Started for Windows)
ORA_SID_PFILE, 3-11 (Administrator's Guide for Windows)
ORA_SID_PFILE, 9-5 (Getting Started for Windows)
ORA_SID_SHUTDOWN, 3-12 (Administrator's Guide for Windows)
ORA_SID_SHUTDOWN, 9-5 (Getting Started for Windows)
ORA_SID_SHUTDOWNTYPE, 3-13 (Administrator's Guide for Windows)
ORA_SID_SHUTDOWNTYPE, 9-5 (Getting Started for Windows)
ORA_SID_SHUTDOWN_TIMEOUT, 3-13 (Administrator's Guide for Windows)
ORA_SID_SHUTDOWN_TIMEOUT, 9-5 (Getting Started for Windows)
OSAUTH_PREFIX_DOMAIN, 9-8 (Getting Started for Windows)
OSAUTH_X509_NAME, 9-8 (Getting Started for Windows)
password value, 4-3 (Administrator's Guide for Windows)
Password, 9-11 (Getting Started for Windows)
PATH, 9-9 (Getting Started for Windows)
PERFORMANCE key, 9-10 (Getting Started for Windows)
PERF_FILE_NAME, 9-11 (Getting Started for Windows)
PM\db_name key (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
PollInterval, 9-13 (Getting Started for Windows)
PublicNames, 9-13 (Getting Started for Windows)
RDBMS_ARCHIVE, 9-7 (Getting Started for Windows)
RDBMS_CONTROL, 9-8 (Getting Started for Windows)
REGEDT32, 2-6 (Oracle Call Interface Getting Started for Windows)
REGEDT32, 9-14 (Getting Started for Windows)
REGEDT32, 9-15 (Getting Started for Windows)
REG_DWORD, 9-16 (Getting Started for Windows)
REG_DWORD, 9-2 (Getting Started for Windows)
REG_EXPAND_SZ, 9-16 (Getting Started for Windows)
REG_EXPAND_SZ, 9-2 (Getting Started for Windows)
REG_MULTI_SZ, 9-16 (Getting Started for Windows)
REG_MULTI_SZ, 9-2 (Getting Started for Windows)
REG_SZ, 9-16 (Getting Started for Windows)
REG_SZ, 9-2 (Getting Started for Windows)
ServiceName, 9-13 (Getting Started for Windows)
SQLPATH, 9-8 (Getting Started for Windows)
STARTDLL, 9-12 (Getting Started for Windows)
trace file settings, 7-2 (Developer's Guide for Microsoft Transaction Server)
update ORACLE_SID, 1-19 (Administrator's Guide for Windows)
Username, 4-3 (Administrator's Guide for Windows)
Username, 9-11 (Getting Started for Windows)
using OPERFCFG, 9-20 (Getting Started for Windows)
registry
editor, 3-12 (SQL*Plus Getting Started for Windows)
SQLPATH entry, 4-3 (SQL*Plus Getting Started for Windows)
SQLPATH entry, 4-3, A-2 (SQL*Plus Getting Started for Windows)
registry parameters
modifying for Oracle Fail Safe, 3-11 (Developer's Guide for Microsoft Transaction Server)
ORAMTS_CONN_POOL_TIMEOUT, 6-4 (Developer's Guide for Microsoft Transaction Server)
ORAMTS_CP_TRACE_DIRECTORY, 7-2 (Developer's Guide for Microsoft Transaction Server)
ORAMTS_CP_TRACE_LEVEL, 7-2 (Developer's Guide for Microsoft Transaction Server)
ORAMTS_NET_CACHE_MAXFREE, 6-4 (Developer's Guide for Microsoft Transaction Server)
ORAMTS_NET_CACHE_TIMEOUT, 6-4 (Developer's Guide for Microsoft Transaction Server)
ORAMTS_ORADB, 2-12 (Developer's Guide for Microsoft Transaction Server)
ORAMTS_OSCREDS_MATCH_LEVEL, 6-5 (Developer's Guide for Microsoft Transaction Server)
ORAMTS_SUNAME, 2-12 (Developer's Guide for Microsoft Transaction Server)
ORAMTS_SUPWD, 2-12 (Developer's Guide for Microsoft Transaction Server)
OSAUTH_PREFIX_DOMAIN, 2-30 (Network, Directory, and Security Guide for Windows)
regression
detecting (Data Warehousing Guide)
REGR_AVGX function (SQL Reference)
     [entry #2] (Data Warehousing Guide)
REGR_AVGY function (SQL Reference)
     [entry #2] (Data Warehousing Guide)
REGR_COUNT function (SQL Reference)
     [entry #2] (Data Warehousing Guide)
REGR_INTERCEPT function (SQL Reference)
     [entry #2] (Data Warehousing Guide)
REGR_R2 function (SQL Reference)
     [entry #2] (Data Warehousing Guide)
REGR_SLOPE function (SQL Reference)
     [entry #2] (Data Warehousing Guide)
REGR_SXX function (SQL Reference)
     [entry #2] (Data Warehousing Guide)
REGR_SXY function (SQL Reference)
     [entry #2] (Data Warehousing Guide)
REGR_SYY function (SQL Reference)
     [entry #2] (Data Warehousing Guide)
Regular Administrator (Oracle Enterprise Manager Configuration Guide)
Reinstallations (Universal Installer Concepts Guide)
reject files
specifying for SQL*Loader (Utilities)
rejected records (Spatial User's Guide and Reference)
SQL*Loader (Utilities)
     [subentry #2] (Utilities)
RELATE function (Spatial User's Guide and Reference)
related documentation (Internet Directory Application Developer's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide)
related documents (Internet File System Setup and Administration Guide)
     [entry #2] (interMedia User's Guide and Reference)
related publications (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
related term operator (Text Reference)
related term query feedback (Text Reference)
Related Variables element
meaning in appendices (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
relation
attribute domain, how to define (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
attribute domain, purpose of (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
attribute range, how to define (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
attribute range, purpose of (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
dimension member level, definition (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
hierarchy parent, defined (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
Relational Access Administrator (OLAP Services Concepts and Administration Guide)
Relational Access Administrator, A-3 (OLAP Services Concepts and Administration Guide for Windows)
Relational Access Manager (OLAP Services Concepts and Administration Guide)
Relational Access Manager, A-3 (OLAP Services Concepts and Administration Guide for Windows)
relational data (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
DATE data type example (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
fetching example (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
See also SQL (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
updating tables example (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
relational database example (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
relational database management system (RDBMS)
definition (Concepts)
relational databases contrasted to directories (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
relational DBMS (RDBMS)
object-relational DBMS (Concepts)
SQL and (Concepts)
relational design
planning (Administrator's Guide)
relational functional interface reference information (interMedia User's Guide and Reference)
relational functions
server roundtrips (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
relational geometry model (New Features)
relational operators (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (Pro*PL/I Supplement to the Oracle Precompilers Guide)
COBOL versus SQL (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
relational programming
using OCCI (Oracle C++ Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
relational tables
relations
assigning values to (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
between two dimensions (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
comparing to text literals (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
defined (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
defining (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
defining, 3-8 (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
dimensionality of (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
example of (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
example of, 3-8 (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
     [subentry #2] (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
how data is stored (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
implicit (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
in expressions, 4-6 (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
limiting to single value (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
QDR with (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
replacing dimension of (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
self (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
self, 3-9 (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
used with programs (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
relationships
Source objects for (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the Oracle OLAP API)
relative distinguished name (RDN) (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
relative distinguished names (Directory Service Integration and Deployment Guide)
relative distinguished names (RDNs) (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Internet Directory Application Developer's Guide)
displaying for each entry (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
modifying
by using command line tools (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
by using command-line tools (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
by using ldapmodify (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
modifying by using ldapmodify (Internet Directory Application Developer's Guide)
modifying, by using ldapmoddn (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
relative field positioning
where a field starts and SQL*Loader (Utilities)
with multiple SQL*Loader INTO TABLE clauses (Utilities)
relative naming
directory naming (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
Java Database Connectivity (JDBC)
OCI drivers (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
Thin drivers (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
relative positioning in result sets (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
relative() method (result set) (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
RELAY_STATISTICS networking parameter (Net Services Reference Guide)
release
release 1.8.x
described, 1-2 (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Getting Started for Windows)
installation, 1-2 (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Getting Started for Windows)
release 9i
changes to this guide for Oracle9i (Spatial User's Guide and Reference)
migrating to Oracle9i (Spatial User's Guide and Reference)
RELEASE CHANNEL command (RMAN) (Recovery Manager Reference)
releasing a maintenance channel (Recovery Manager Reference)
RELEASE clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
Release Information button (Universal Installer Concepts Guide)
release number (Spatial)
release number format (Administrator's Guide)
release number, OracleJSP, code to display (OracleJSP Support for JavaServer Pages Developer's Guide and Reference)
RELEASE option (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [entry #3] (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
COMMIT statement (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
if omitted (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
in COMMIT statement (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
in ROLLBACK statement (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
omitting (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
purpose of (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
ROLLBACK statement (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
release( ) (interMedia Java Classes User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (interMedia Java Classes User's Guide and Reference)
release() method (releasing connection contexts) (JPublisher User's Guide)
release() method (releasing connection contexts), 1-40 (JPublisher User's Guide)
releaseResource() (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #2] (XML Reference)
releases (Administrator's Guide)
checking the Oracle database release number (Administrator's Guide)
RELEASE_CURSOR
precompiler option
what it affects (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
RELEASE_CURSOR clause (Performance Guide and Reference)
RELEASE_CURSOR option
     [entry #2] (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
of ORACLE Precompilers (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
using to improve performance (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
RELEASE_CURSOR precompiler option (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
relevance ranking
reliability, and replication (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
reliability, increasing, 6-23 (Getting Started for Windows)
relinking with SQL*Net (Migration)
RELOAD command
of Listener Control utility (Net Services Reference Guide)
of Oracle Names Control utility (Net Services Reference Guide)
reloading classes, dynamic (OracleJSP Support for JavaServer Pages Developer's Guide and Reference)
reloading page, dynamic (OracleJSP Support for JavaServer Pages Developer's Guide and Reference)
RELOADS in V$LIBRARYCACHE (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
     [entry #2] (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
relocating control files (Administrator's Guide)
RELY clause
of constraint_clause (SQL Reference)
RELY constraints (Data Warehousing Guide)
remaining( ) (interMedia Java Classes User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (interMedia Java Classes User's Guide and Reference)
REMARK command (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
REMARK command, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
REMARKS column
PLAN_TABLE table (Performance Guide and Reference)
remarksReporting connection property (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
remarksReporting flag (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
remastering
during failover (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
remote access indicator (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
remote clients
authenticating (Reference)
remote computers
managing with Oracle Administration Assistant for Windows NT, 2-4 (Network, Directory, and Security Guide for Windows)
remote computers, accessing database files, 3-19 (Administrator's Guide for Windows)
remote connections (Administrator's Guide)
connecting as SYSOPER/SYSDBA (Administrator's Guide)
multithreaded shared servers (Migration)
password files (Administrator's Guide)
remote data
querying (Administrator's Guide)
updating (Administrator's Guide)
remote database
connect identifier, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
declaration of (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
Remote Database Connection with XSQL Servlet (Application Developer's Guide - XML)
remote dependencies (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [entry #2] (Concepts)
signatures (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
specifying timestamps or signatures (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
remote exception handling (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [entry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
remote instances (Real Application Clusters Administration)
     [entry #2] (Real Application Clusters Administration)
remote interface (Enterprise JavaBeans Developer's Guide and Reference)
remote interface, 2-12 (Enterprise JavaBeans Developer's Guide and Reference)
creating (Enterprise JavaBeans Developer's Guide and Reference)
creating, 2-3 (Enterprise JavaBeans Developer's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (Enterprise JavaBeans Developer's Guide and Reference)
example (Enterprise JavaBeans Developer's Guide and Reference)
overview (Enterprise JavaBeans Developer's Guide and Reference)
overview, 1-6 (Enterprise JavaBeans Developer's Guide and Reference)
requirements (Enterprise JavaBeans Developer's Guide and Reference)
remote login password file (Data Guard Broker)
remote logins (Reference)
Remote Method Invocation
see (Enterprise JavaBeans Developer's Guide and Reference)
Remote Method Invocation (RMI), Remote Method Invocation (RMI) (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
remote object
access (Enterprise JavaBeans Developer's Guide and Reference)
definition (Enterprise JavaBeans Developer's Guide and Reference)
remote operation
Export/Import (Utilities)
     [subentry #2] (Utilities)
remote procedure calls (Administrator's Guide)
distributed databases and (Administrator's Guide)
Remote queries (Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
remote queries (Administrator's Guide)
execution (Administrator's Guide)
post-processing (Administrator's Guide)
remote SYSDBA access (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
remote transactions (Administrator's Guide)
defined (Administrator's Guide)
parallel DML and DDL restrictions (Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Data Warehousing Guide)
remote users (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
RemoteException (Enterprise JavaBeans Developer's Guide and Reference)
REMOTE_ADMIN networking parameter (Net Services Reference Guide)
REMOTE_ARCHIVE_ENABLE initialization parameter (Reference)
     [entry #2] (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
     [entry #3] (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
     [entry #4] (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
setting with ALTER SYSTEM (SQL Reference)
REMOTE_DEPENDENCIES_MODE initialization parameter (Reference)
setting with ALTER SESSION (SQL Reference)
setting with ALTER SYSTEM (SQL Reference)
REMOTE_DEPENDENCIES_MODE parameter (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [entry #2] (Concepts)
REMOTE_LISTENER initialization parameter (Reference)
     [entry #2] (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
setting with ALTER SYSTEM (SQL Reference)
REMOTE_LOGIN_PASSWORDFILE initialization parameter (Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Reference)
     [entry #3] (Migration)
and control files (SQL Reference)
and databases (SQL Reference)
migration (Migration)
setting with ALTER SYSTEM (SQL Reference)
REMOTE_LOGIN_PASSWORDFILE parameter, 3-15 (Administrator's Guide for Windows)
REMOTE_OS_AUTHENT initialization parameter (Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Reference)
setting (Administrator's Guide)
setting with ALTER SYSTEM (SQL Reference)
REMOTE_OS_AUTHENT parameter
CyberSafe authentication (Advanced Security Administrator's Guide)
REMOTE_OS_ROLES initialization parameter
     [entry #2] (Reference)
setting (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
setting with ALTER SYSTEM (SQL Reference)
Remove button (Universal Installer Concepts Guide)
remove command
removing interface from IFR (CORBA Developer's Guide and Reference)
REMOVE CONFIGURATION command (Data Guard Broker)
example (Data Guard Broker)
     [subentry #2] (Data Guard Broker)
remove incompatibilities
with release 8.1 (Migration)
remove method (Enterprise JavaBeans Developer's Guide and Reference)
remove method, 2-5 (Enterprise JavaBeans Developer's Guide and Reference)
EJBHome interface (Enterprise JavaBeans Developer's Guide and Reference)
REMOVE SITE command (Data Guard Broker)
example (Data Guard Broker)
remove tag, JML (OracleJSP Support for JavaServer Pages Developer's Guide and Reference)
remove tool (Java Tools Reference)
removeAttribute( ) (interMedia Annotator User's Guide)
removeAttribute(String) (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #2] (XML Reference)
removeAttributeNode(Attr) (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #2] (XML Reference)
removeChild(Node) (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #2] (XML Reference)
removeConnectionEventListener method (connection cache) (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
removeDOMBuilderErrorListener(DOMBuilderErrorListener) (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #2] (XML Reference)
removeDOMBuilderListener(DOMBuilderListener) (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #2] (XML Reference)
removeDOMTransformerErrorListener(XSLTransformerErrorListener) (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #2] (XML Reference)
removegroupentry command (Java Tools Reference)
removeSampleAnns( ) (interMedia Annotator User's Guide)
removeSubAnnotation( ) (interMedia Annotator User's Guide)
removeSubscriber (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
RemoveWorkspace procedure (Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager)
     [entry #2] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
RemoveWorkspaceTree procedure (Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager)
     [entry #2] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
removeXSLTParam(String) (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #2] (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #3] (XML Reference)
     [entry #4] (XML Reference)
removeXSLTransformerListener(XSLTransformerListener) (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #2] (XML Reference)
remove_816 tool (Java Tools Reference)
REMOVE_ANY_WORKSPACE privilege (Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager)
REMOVE_EVENT procedure (Text Reference)
REMOVE_SCHEMA_POLICY procedure (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
REMOVE_SECTION procedure (Text Reference)
REMOVE_SQE procedure (Text Application Developer's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Text Reference)
REMOVE_STOPCLASS procedure (Text Application Developer's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Text Reference)
REMOVE_STOPTHEME procedure (Text Application Developer's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Text Reference)
REMOVE_STOPWORD procedure (Text Application Developer's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Text Application Developer's Guide)
     [entry #3] (Text Reference)
REMOVE_TABLE_POLICY procedure (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
REMOVE_WORKSPACE privilege (Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager)
removing
a data item from a user-defined class (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with the Oracle Diagnostics Pack)
a line from a chart (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Management Pack for Oracle Applications)
     [subentry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with the Oracle Diagnostics Pack)
job with Remove menu item (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
problems with a job (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
problems with an event (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
registered events (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
See (Data Guard Broker)
See deleting (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
     [subentry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with the Oracle Standard Management Pack)
removing data (Performance Guide and Reference)
removing incompatibilities
UTLPITL.SQL (Migration)
removing records from the recovery catalog (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
removing snapshots (Performance Guide and Reference)
removing workspaces (Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager)
     [entry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager)
     [entry #3] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
rename
groups (Internet File System Setup and Administration Guide)
RENAME clause
of ALTER INDEX (SQL Reference)
of ALTER OUTLINE (SQL Reference)
of ALTER TABLE (SQL Reference)
of ALTER TRIGGER (SQL Reference)
RENAME command
disabling, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
disabling, disabling (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
RENAME DATABASE clause
ALTER DATABASE statement (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
RENAME DATAFILE clause
of ALTER TABLESPACE (SQL Reference)
RENAME FILE clause
of ALTER DATABASE (SQL Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL Reference)
     [subentry #3] (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
     [subentry #4] (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
RENAME GLOBAL_NAME clause
of ALTER DATABASE (SQL Reference)
RENAME PARTITION clause (Administrator's Guide)
RENAME statement (Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [entry #3] (Concepts)
     [entry #4] (SQL Reference)
RENAME SUBPARTITION clause (Administrator's Guide)
of ALTER INDEX (SQL Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL Reference)
of ALTER TABLE (SQL Reference)
renaming
a data item in a user-defined class (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with the Oracle Diagnostics Pack)
a user-defined analysis (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Management Pack for Oracle Applications)
     [subentry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with the Oracle Diagnostics Pack)
a user-defined class (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with the Oracle Diagnostics Pack)
change plan (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
datafiles (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
     [subentry #2] (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
automatically (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
manually (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
standby database datafiles (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
renaming a file
log switch (Real Application Clusters Administration)
renaming configuration files
UNIX (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide)
Windows NT (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide)
renaming control files (Administrator's Guide)
renaming files
Oracle-managed files (Administrator's Guide)
renaming index (Text Reference)
renaming LSM Server configuration files, 5-18 (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide for Windows 2000 and Windows NT)
renderer, definition (Application Developer's Guide - XML)
     [entry #2] (Case Studies - XML Applications)
renderers
deleting (Internet File System Setup and Administration Guide)
invoking renderers, 6-5
modifying (Internet File System Setup and Administration Guide)
overview (Internet File System Setup and Administration Guide)
registering (Internet File System Setup and Administration Guide)
registering a renderer, 6-15
using custom renderers, 6-8
using PolicyPropertyBundles, 6-3
using server-side classes, 6-3
using standard renderers, 6-5
writing a custom renderer, 6-9
REOPEN option
LOG_ARCHIVE_DEST_n initialization parameter (Administrator's Guide)
LOG_ARCHIVE_DEST_n initialization parameters (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
     [subentry #2] (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
     [subentry #3] (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
     [subentry #4] (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
REORDER_NS command (Migration)
     [entry #2] (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #3] (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #4] (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #5] (Net Services Reference Guide)
Reorg Wizard (Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
Accessing (Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
failure prediction (Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
Impact Summary Report (Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
recovery from reorganization job failure (Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
reorganization job submission (Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
reviewing reorganization job (Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
specifying objects to reorganize (Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
REPADMIN account (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #3] (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
repairing data block corruption
DBMS_REPAIR (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
REPAIR_TABLE view. (Reference)
reparsing (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
REPEAT command (Net Services Reference Guide)
REPEAT UNTIL structure
mimicking (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
REPEATABLE READ transactions (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
repeatable reads (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [entry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [entry #3] (Concepts)
repeated field sections
querying (Text Reference)
REPFOOTER clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
REPFOOTER command (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
aligning footer elements (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
indenting report footers (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
REPFOOTER command, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
aligning footer elements, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
BOLD clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
CENTER clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
COL clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
FORMAT clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
indenting report footers, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
LEFT clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
OFF clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
RIGHT clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
SKIP clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
suppressing current definition, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
TAB clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
REPHEADER clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
REPHEADER command (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
aligning header elements (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
aligning heading elements (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
BOLD clause (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
CENTER clause (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
COL clause (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
FORMAT clause (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
indenting headings (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
LEFT clause (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
OFF clause (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
PAGE clause (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
SKIP clause (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
suppressing current definition (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
REPHEADER command, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
aligning heading elements, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
BOLD clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
CENTER clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
COL clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
FORMAT clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
indenting headings, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
LEFT clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
OFF clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
PAGE clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
RIGHT clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
SKIP clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
suppressing current definition, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
TAB clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
REPLACE AS OBJECT clause
of ALTER TYPE (SQL Reference)
REPLACE clause
in COPY command (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
in COPY command, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
in SAVE command (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
REPLACE function
     [entry #2] (SQL Reference)
treatment of nulls (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
REPLACE SCRIPT command (Recovery Manager Reference)
REPLACE table
example (Utilities)
replacing a table using SQL*Loader (Utilities)
replaceChild(Node, Node) (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #2] (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #3] (XML Reference)
     [entry #4] (XML Reference)
replacement characters (Globalization Support Guide)
replaceXMLData(Connection, String, String, String) (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #2] (XML Reference)
replacing a hard drive, 5-7 (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide for Windows 2000 and Windows NT)
replacing preferences (Text Reference)
replicas (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
in deployment (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
REPLICATE command (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Recovery Manager Reference)
replicated data in Oracle Names (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
replicated directories, conceptual discussion (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
replicated objects
dropping from master sites (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
Replicating Discoverer Application Server (Case Studies - XML Applications)
replication
     [entry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
     [entry #3] (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #4] (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #5] (Java Stored Procedures Developer's Guide)
adding a new node for (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
administration (Replication)
     [subentry #2] (Replication)
administrative request queue (Replication)
administrative requests (Replication)
states (Replication)
agreement parameters (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
location (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
modifying (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
modifying (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
viewing and modifying (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
agreements (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
adding nodes to (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
configuring (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
configuring (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
applications that use (Replication)
architecture (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
assignment tables (Replication)
asynchronous propagation (Replication)
     [subentry #2] (Replication)
availability (Replication)
backup and recovery for (Replication)
catalog views (Replication Management API Reference)
     [subentry #2] (Replication Management API Reference)
change conflicts
monitoring (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
change logs (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
character sets (Replication)
checking imported data (Replication)
cold backup (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
column groups (Replication)
     [subentry #2] (Replication Management API Reference)
     [subentry #3] (Replication Management API Reference)
     [subentry #4] (Replication Management API Reference)
     [subentry #5] (Replication Management API Reference)
     [subentry #6] (Replication Management API Reference)
     [subentry #7] (Replication Management API Reference)
column subsetting (Replication)
compared to Oracle Real Application Clusters (Replication)
     [subentry #2] (Replication)
compatibility (Migration)
     [subentry #2] (Migration)
     [subentry #3] (Migration)
configuration parameters
modifying (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
viewing and modifying (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
configuring (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
Oracle9i Replication (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
sqlnet.ora (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
tnsnames.ora (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
conflict resolution (Replication)
     [subentry #2] (Replication)
     [subentry #3] (Replication)
conflicts
detecting (Replication)
levels of occurrence (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
procedural replication (Replication)
resolving manually (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
typical causes of (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
connection qualifiers (Replication)
considerations (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
constraints
troubleshooting (Replication)
creating administrators (Replication Management API Reference)
creating an environment (Replication)
     [subentry #2] (Replication Management API Reference)
data dictionary views (Replication Management API Reference)
     [subentry #2] (Replication Management API Reference)
data requirements (Replication)
database copy procedure (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
database links (Replication)
CONNECT TO clause (Replication)
creating (Replication Management API Reference)
Replication Management tool (Replication)
USING clause (Replication)
datetime datatypes
DDL statements (Replication)
deferred transaction queues (Replication)
diagnosing problems with (Replication)
managing (Replication Management API Reference)
deferred transactions (Replication)
     [subentry #2] (Replication)
data dictionary views (Replication Management API Reference)
defined (Replication)
definition (Concepts)
DELAY_SECONDS parameter (Replication)
deleting a node (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
dependencies
minimizing (Replication)
dependency tracking (Replication)
deployment templates (Replication)
     [subentry #2] (Replication)
user-defined types (Replication)
user-defined types (Replication Management API Reference)
determining differences between tables (Replication Management API Reference)
disabling (Replication Management API Reference)
     [subentry #2] (Replication Management API Reference)
     [subentry #3] (Replication Management API Reference)
     [subentry #4] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
distributed schema management (Replication)
downgrading (Migration)
regenerating after (Migration)
dynamic performance views (Replication Management API Reference)
enabling (Replication Management API Reference)
     [subentry #2] (Replication Management API Reference)
     [subentry #3] (Replication Management API Reference)
     [subentry #4] (Replication Management API Reference)
     [subentry #5] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
error queues (Replication)
managing (Replication Management API Reference)
failover (Replication)
failure tolerance (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
filter columns (Replication)
flowchart for creating environment (Replication)
     [subentry #2] (Replication Management API Reference)
garbage collection (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
generating support for (Replication Management API Reference)
groups (Replication)
     [subentry #2] (Replication)
hybrid configurations (Replication)
Import check (Replication)
in deployment (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
indextypes (Replication)
initialization parameters (Replication)
installing and configuring (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
internal procedures (Replication)
internal triggers (Replication)
interval datatypes
abbreviations (Replication Management API Reference)
abbreviations (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
introduction (Replication)
job queue processes (Replication)
job queues (Replication)
jobs (Replication)
load balancing (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
LOBs (Replication)
log location (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
login events (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
LONG column
converting to LOB (Replication Management API Reference)
loose consistency model (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
managing (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
managing an environment (Replication Management API Reference)
mass deployment (Replication)
master (Replication)
master definition site (Replication)
master groups (Replication)
     [subentry #2] (Replication)
master materialized views (Replication)
master sites (Replication)
     [subentry #2] (Replication)
adding (Replication Management API Reference)
advantages (Replication)
materialized view groups (Replication)
creating (Replication Management API Reference)
creating (Replication Management API Reference)
materialized view logs (Replication)
managing (Replication Management API Reference)
materialized view sites
advantages (Replication)
materialized views (Replication)
     [subentry #2] (Replication)
materialized views (snapshots) (Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #4] (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
migration (Migration)
migration overview (Migration)
minimum communication (Replication)
modes (Replication)
monitoring (Replication Management API Reference)
deferred transactions (Replication Management API Reference)
error transactions (Replication Management API Reference)
initialization parameters (Replication Management API Reference)
master environments (Replication Management API Reference)
materialized view environments (Replication Management API Reference)
performance (Replication Management API Reference)
multimaster (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #4] (Replication)
     [subentry #5] (Replication)
multitier materialized views (Replication)
naming contexts (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
nodes
adding (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
deleting (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
objects (Replication)
adding to deployment template (Replication Management API Reference)
adding to master group (Replication Management API Reference)
altering (Replication Management API Reference)
altering (Replication Management API Reference)
dropping from master sites (Replication Management API Reference)
obsolete procedures (Migration)
Oracle9i (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
overview (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
parallel propagation
monitoring (Replication Management API Reference)
monitoring (Replication Management API Reference)
performance (Replication)
planning for (Replication)
     [subentry #2] (Replication Management API Reference)
preparing the Oracle Net Services environment for (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
problems
procedural replication (Replication)
     [subentry #2] (Replication Management API Reference)
restrictions (Replication Management API Reference)
user-defined types (Replication Management API Reference)
procedures
process (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #4] (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #5] (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
on the consumer side (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
on the supplier side (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
propagation (Replication)
propagator (Replication)
registering (Replication Management API Reference)
quiesce (Replication)
     [subentry #2] (Replication)
real-time replication. See synchronous replication (Replication)
reasons to implement (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
receiver (Replication)
registering (Replication Management API Reference)
refresh (Replication)
refresh groups (Replication)
     [subentry #2] (Replication)
reliability and (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
replicated objects (Replication Management API Reference)
replication administrator (REPADMIN user) (Replication)
replication queues (Replication Management API Reference)
restrictions
parallel DML (Data Warehousing Guide)
resuming (Replication)
     [subentry #2] (Replication Management API Reference)
retries
applying changes (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
modifying number of (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
scheduled links
security (Replication Management API Reference)
See Also materialized views (Replication)
server
stopping (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
setting up sites (Replication Management API Reference)
single master (Replication)
sites (Replication)
choosing (Replication)
setup (Replication Management API Reference)
specifying number of worker threads (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
sponsor node (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
statistics
status location (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
suspending (Replication)
synchronous (Replication)
     [subentry #2] (Replication)
transaction propagation protection (Replication)
transactions
dependency ordering (Replication)
transport mechanism (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
triggers
     [subentry #2] (Replication Management API Reference)
troubleshooting (Replication)
troubleshooting (Replication)
Unicode (Replication)
unsupported datatypes
BFILE (Replication)
LONG (Replication)
upgrading (Migration)
user-defined datatypes (Replication)
     [subentry #2] (Replication)
uses of (Replication)
with Oracle Label Security (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
replication and heterogeneous services documentation (New Features)
replication catalog (Replication)
DBA_MVIEW_REFRESH_TIMES (Replication)
DBA_REGISTERED_MVIEWS (Replication)
DBA_REPCATLOG (Replication)
incorrect views (Replication)
USER_REFRESH (Replication)
USER_REFRESH_CHILDREN (Replication)
replication catalog views (Replication Management API Reference)
comments
updating (Replication Management API Reference)
monitoring replication (Replication Management API Reference)
replication groups
offline instantiation of (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
     [subentry #2] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
     [subentry #3] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
     [subentry #4] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
     [subentry #5] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
Replication Management (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Concepts Guide)
replication management API (Replication)
     [entry #2] (Replication)
     [entry #3] (Replication Management API Reference)
conflict resolution (Replication Management API Reference)
deployment templates
creating (Replication Management API Reference)
instantiating (Replication Management API Reference)
packaging (Replication Management API Reference)
examples (Replication Management API Reference)
managing a replication environment (Replication Management API Reference)
managing replicated objects (Replication Management API Reference)
managing replication queues (Replication Management API Reference)
master groups
creating (Replication Management API Reference)
materialized view groups
creating (Replication Management API Reference)
overview (Replication Management API Reference)
packages (Replication Management API Reference)
     [subentry #2] (Replication Management API Reference)
     [subentry #3] (Replication Management API Reference)
setting up replication sites (Replication Management API Reference)
Replication Management tool. See Oracle Replication Management tool (Replication)
replication objects (Replication)
     [entry #2] (Replication)
altering (Replication Management API Reference)
at materialized view sites
problems creating (Replication)
functions (Replication)
indexes (Replication)
on foreign keys (Replication)
packages (Replication)
procedures (Replication)
recreating (Replication)
sequences (Replication)
tables (Replication)
     [subentry #2] (Replication)
altering (Replication Management API Reference)
foreign keys (Replication)
primary keys (Replication)
unable to generate support for (Replication)
triggers (Replication)
replication of data in Oracle Names (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
replication server. See directory replication server (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
replication, advanced (Security Overview)
replication, of directories (Directory Service Integration and Deployment Guide)
benefits (Directory Service Integration and Deployment Guide)
definition (Directory Service Integration and Deployment Guide)
replication-specific debugging (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
REPLICATION_DEPENDENCY_TRACKING initialization parameter (Reference)
     [entry #2] (Replication)
setting with ALTER SYSTEM (SQL Reference)
replies function
reply functions
of UTL_SMTP (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
report
about the dependency and dependent objects for an exemplar (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
about the impact of executing a script (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
about the objects in a baseline (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
     [subentry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with the Oracle Standard Management Pack)
about the results of a comparison (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
     [subentry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with the Oracle Standard Management Pack)
breaks (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
breaks, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
generating for an analysis report (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Management Pack for Oracle Applications)
     [subentry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with the Oracle Diagnostics Pack)
generating for completed task history entries (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
     [subentry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with the Oracle Standard Management Pack)
generating for pending task history entries (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
title, title (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
REPORT command (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Real Application Clusters Guard Administration and Reference Guide)
     [entry #3] (Recovery Manager Reference)
NEED BACKUP option (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
with sparse data (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
Report Definition (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
Report element (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
report elements (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
report generation, applications (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
REPORT OBSOLETE command (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
report programs
FOR loops in (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
writing (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
     [subentry #2] (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
Report View, 4-5 (Administrator's Guide for Windows)
Report( ) (interMedia Annotator User's Guide)
report, defined, 1-3 (SQL*Plus Getting Started for Windows)
ReportError(short, Object, String, int, String) (interMedia Annotator User's Guide)
ReportError(short, Throwable) (interMedia Annotator User's Guide)
Reporting (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
reporting functions (Data Warehousing Guide)
reporting options (translator) (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
Reporting website (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
Reporting, configuring (Oracle Enterprise Manager Configuration Guide)
reports
     [entry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [entry #3] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [entry #4] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [entry #5] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
Analysis (Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
blank lines (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
calculations (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
calculations, 12-20 (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
clarifying with spacing and summary lines (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
column calculations (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
column headings (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
columns (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
columns, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
Concurrent Manager Utilization by Hour (24 x 7) (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Management Pack for Oracle Applications)
creating bottom titles (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #3] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
creating bottom titles, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
creating dynamic, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
creating footers (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
creating headers (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
creating headers and footers (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
creating master/detail (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
creating top titles (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #3] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
Cross Reference (Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
currency symbols in (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
database incarnations (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
database schema (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
debugging tips (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
displaying (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
dynamic, dynamic (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
formatting column headings (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
formatting columns (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #3] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
functions in (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
generating (Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
generating for charts (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Management Pack for Oracle Applications)
     [subentry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with the Oracle Diagnostics Pack)
     [subentry #3] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with the Oracle Standard Management Pack)
headings (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
headings in (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
Long Running Requests (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Management Pack for Oracle Applications)
objects needing a backup (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
obsolete backups (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
obsolete backups and copies (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
on the web (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
orphaned backups (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
overview (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
page breaks (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
page headings (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
page numbering (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
PAGEPAUSE message (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
paging with REPORT command (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
paging with ROW command (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
PAUSE message (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
pausing during output (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
performance (Performance Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (Performance Guide and Reference)
Recommendation Summary (Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
Requests that Ran (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Management Pack for Oracle Applications)
Requests that Waited (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Management Pack for Oracle Applications)
resetting totals (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
resetting totals, 12-23 (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
row calculations (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
running totals (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
scenarios (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
Session Data (Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
Short Running Requests that Waited (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Management Pack for Oracle Applications)
side headings (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
SILENT mode (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
starting on a new page (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
Statspack (Performance Guide and Reference)
title (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
titles (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
totals (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
unrecoverable backups (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
Waiting Requests by Hour (24 x 7) (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Management Pack for Oracle Applications)
reports (continued)
creating footers, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
creating headers, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
creating master/detail, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
creating top titles, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
displaying, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
formatting column headings, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
formatting columns, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
running from a URI, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
starting on a new page, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
title, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
reports, creating (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
Reports, Discoverer (Case Studies - XML Applications)
reports, editing (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
reports, generating in XML (Application Developer's Guide - XML)
reports, user-defined (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
reports. See also Session Data report (Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
REPORT_NAME variable (Performance Guide and Reference)
repositories (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
repository
     [entry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
     [entry #3] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
application runtime (OLAP Services Concepts and Administration Guide)
application runtime, 2-3 (OLAP Services Concepts and Administration Guide for Windows)
backing up (Oracle Enterprise Manager Configuration Guide)
connecting to the repository, 2-17
connecting to the repository, 2-17, 3-3
copying change management objects to another (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
     [subentry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with the Oracle Standard Management Pack)
database's user (OLAP Services Concepts and Administration Guide)
database's user, 1-7 (OLAP Services Concepts and Administration Guide for Windows)
Instance Manager (OLAP Services Concepts and Administration Guide)
Instance Manager, 3-9 (OLAP Services Concepts and Administration Guide for Windows)
RMAN (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
querying (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
See also standalone repository (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
     [subentry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with the Oracle Standard Management Pack)
sizing (Oracle Enterprise Manager Configuration Guide)
Oracle Change Management Pack (Oracle Enterprise Manager Configuration Guide)
Oracle Diagnostics Pack (Oracle Enterprise Manager Configuration Guide)
Oracle Enterprise Manager Console and DBA Management Pack (Oracle Enterprise Manager Configuration Guide)
Oracle Management Pack for Oracle Applications (Oracle Enterprise Manager Configuration Guide)
Oracle Management Pack for SAP R/3 (Oracle Enterprise Manager Configuration Guide)
Oracle Standard Management Pack (Oracle Enterprise Manager Configuration Guide)
Oracle Tuning Pack (Oracle Enterprise Manager Configuration Guide)
storing change management objects in (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
     [subentry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with the Oracle Standard Management Pack)
storing documents, 3-2
repository credentials, saving (Oracle Enterprise Manager Configuration Guide)
repository database
installing (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
Repository object (CORBA Developer's Guide and Reference)
IFR (CORBA Developer's Guide and Reference)
repository user password (Oracle Enterprise Manager Configuration Guide)
repository user password, changing (Oracle Enterprise Manager Configuration Guide)
repository, dropping (Oracle Enterprise Manager Configuration Guide)
repository, standalone
create a database user for (Oracle Enterprise Manager Configuration Guide)
create a tablespace for (Oracle Enterprise Manager Configuration Guide)
database requirements for (Oracle Enterprise Manager Configuration Guide)
reproducing
object definitions at a destination database (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
     [subentry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
     [subentry #3] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
table definitions and data at a destination database (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
     [subentry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
table definitions and data using drag and drop (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
request
invalid (Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
used in workload (Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
request dispatcher (JSP-servlet interaction) (OracleJSP Support for JavaServer Pages Developer's Guide and Reference)
Request Error Rate event test (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Management Pack for Oracle Applications)
request events (JspScopeListener) (OracleJSP Support for JavaServer Pages Developer's Guide and Reference)
request modes (Performance Guide and Reference)
request object (implicit) (OracleJSP Support for JavaServer Pages Developer's Guide and Reference)
request objects, servlets (OracleJSP Support for JavaServer Pages Developer's Guide and Reference)
Request Pending Time (for v8.1.6 and earlier Agents) event test (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Management Pack for Oracle Applications)
Request Pending Time event test (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Management Pack for Oracle Applications)
request schedules
tuning (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Management Pack for Oracle Applications)
request scope (JSP objects) (OracleJSP Support for JavaServer Pages Developer's Guide and Reference)
Request Warning Rate (for v8.1.6 and earlier Agents) event test (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Management Pack for Oracle Applications)
Request Warning Rate event test (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Management Pack for Oracle Applications)
RequestDispatcher interface (OracleJSP Support for JavaServer Pages Developer's Guide and Reference)
requesting a JSP page (OracleJSP Support for JavaServer Pages Developer's Guide and Reference)
requestProcessed() (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #2] (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #3] (XML Reference)
     [entry #4] (XML Reference)
requests
passing between sites (Data Guard Broker)
Requests that Ran report (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Management Pack for Oracle Applications)
Requests that Waited report (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Management Pack for Oracle Applications)
REQUIRED (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #2] (XML Reference)
Required Configuration Tools screen (Universal Installer Concepts Guide)
required support files, 1-2 (Oracle Call Interface Getting Started for Windows)
Required transaction attribute (Enterprise JavaBeans Developer's Guide and Reference)
Required transaction attribute, 7-6 (Enterprise JavaBeans Developer's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (Enterprise JavaBeans Developer's Guide and Reference)
requirements
data warehouse (OLAP Services Concepts and Administration Guide)
data warehouse, 4-8 (OLAP Services Concepts and Administration Guide for Windows)
export (Migration)
for creating an Oracle Context in Active Directory, 4-13 (Network, Directory, and Security Guide for Windows)
for creating an Oracle schema in Active Directory, 4-12 (Network, Directory, and Security Guide for Windows)
for creating enterprise user security in Active Directory, 4-15 (Network, Directory, and Security Guide for Windows)
for creating Oracle Net directory naming in Active Directory, 4-13 (Network, Directory, and Security Guide for Windows)
for installing Real Application Clusters (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
for using Oracle with Active Directory, 4-11 (Network, Directory, and Security Guide for Windows)
import (Migration)
summary of required files (OracleJSP Support for JavaServer Pages Developer's Guide and Reference)
tablespace sizes (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
requirements for JPublisher (JPublisher User's Guide)
requirements, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
requirements, environment (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
requirements, gathering the key information, 5-6 (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide for Windows 2000 and Windows NT)
requirements, LSM Server recovery, 5-13 (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide for Windows 2000 and Windows NT)
requirements, operating system recovery, 5-9 (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide for Windows 2000 and Windows NT)
RequiresNew transaction attribute (Enterprise JavaBeans Developer's Guide and Reference)
RequiresNew transaction attribute, 7-6 (Enterprise JavaBeans Developer's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (Enterprise JavaBeans Developer's Guide and Reference)
requiring client authentication in SSL (Advanced Security Administrator's Guide)
reraising an exception (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
Res (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #2] (XML Reference)
Res() (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #2] (XML Reference)
reserved namespaces (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
reserved words (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (SQL Reference)
     [entry #3] (SQL Reference)
     [entry #4] (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
     [entry #5] (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
misuse of (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
Oracle (SQL*Module for Ada Programmer's Guide)
using as quoted identifier (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
reserved words and characters (Text Reference)
escaping (Text Reference)
reserved words and keywords (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
reset (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #2] (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
RESET COMPATIBILITY clause
of ALTER DATABASE (SQL Reference)
reset database (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
RESET DATABASE command
     [entry #2] (Recovery Manager Reference)
INCARNATION option (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
reset sequence of (SQL Reference)
reset( ) (interMedia Annotator User's Guide)
     [entry #2] (interMedia Java Classes User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #3] (interMedia Java Classes User's Guide and Reference)
reset.sql (Case Studies - XML Applications)
     [entry #2] (Case Studies - XML Applications)
RESETLOGS operation
backup after (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
following up (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
when necessary (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
RESETLOGS option
     [entry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
ALTER DATABASE statement
database backups after using (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
of ALTER DATABASE (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
     [subentry #2] (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
     [subentry #3] (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
     [subentry #4] (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
recovery of database after using (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
RESETLOGS parameter
of ALTER DATABASE (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
of CREATE CONTROLFILE (SQL Reference)
reset_compiler_option method (Concepts)
     [entry #2] (Java Developer's Guide)
     [entry #3] (Java Developer's Guide)
     [entry #4] (Java Stored Procedures Developer's Guide)
     [entry #5] (Java Tools Reference)
RESET_MEASURE procedure (Spatial User's Guide and Reference)
RESET_STATS command (Net Services Reference Guide)
resilience (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
     [entry #2] (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
resolution, name (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
RESOLVE clause
of ALTER JAVA CLASS (SQL Reference)
of CREATE JAVA (SQL Reference)
ResolveConflicts procedure (Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager)
     [entry #2] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
resolveNamespacePrefix(String) (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #2] (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #3] (XML Reference)
     [entry #4] (XML Reference)
resolver (Java Developer's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Java Developer's Guide)
     [entry #3] (Java Stored Procedures Developer's Guide)
     [entry #4] (Java Stored Procedures Developer's Guide)
     [entry #5] (Java Tools Reference)
default (Java Developer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Java Stored Procedures Developer's Guide)
defined (Java Developer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Java Developer's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Java Developer's Guide)
     [subentry #4] (Java Developer's Guide)
     [subentry #5] (Java Developer's Guide)
     [subentry #6] (Java Stored Procedures Developer's Guide)
     [subentry #7] (Java Stored Procedures Developer's Guide)
     [subentry #8] (Java Stored Procedures Developer's Guide)
example (Java Developer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Java Stored Procedures Developer's Guide)
ignoring non-existent references (Java Developer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Java Developer's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Java Stored Procedures Developer's Guide)
     [subentry #4] (Java Stored Procedures Developer's Guide)
WAR file subelement (Servlet Engine Developer's Guide)
RESOLVER clause
of ALTER JAVA CLASS (SQL Reference)
of ALTER JAVA SOURCE (SQL Reference)
of CREATE JAVA (SQL Reference)
resolver, publishjsp option (OracleJSP Support for JavaServer Pages Developer's Guide and Reference)
resolving
errors. See troubleshooting (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
resolving conflicts (Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager)
     [entry #2] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
beginning (Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager)
     [subentry #2] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
committing (Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager)
     [subentry #2] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
rolling back (Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager)
     [subentry #2] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
resource acquisition
and the GCS (Real Application Clusters Deployment and Performance)
resource affinity (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
     [entry #2] (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
resource allocation (Concepts)
     [entry #2] (Concepts)
     [entry #3] (Performance Methods)
     [entry #4] (Performance Methods)
CPU time (Concepts)
directives (Concepts)
levels and priorities (Concepts)
multilevel plans (Concepts)
plan-level methods (Concepts)
resource allocation methods (Administrator's Guide)
active session pool (Administrator's Guide)
CPU resource (Administrator's Guide)
definition (Concepts)
EMPHASIS (Administrator's Guide)
limit on degree of parallelism (Administrator's Guide)
limiting degree of parallelism (Administrator's Guide)
PARALLEL_DEGREE_LIMIT_ABSOLUTE (Administrator's Guide)
queueing resource allocation method (Administrator's Guide)
ROUND-ROBIN (Administrator's Guide)
resource bottlenecks (Performance Guide and Reference)
Resource Consumer Groups (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Concepts Guide)
resource consumer groups (Administrator's Guide)
creating (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
DEFAULT_CONSUMER_GROUP (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #4] (Administrator's Guide)
definition (Concepts)
deleting (Administrator's Guide)
LOW_GROUP (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
managing (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
OTHER_GROUPS (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #4] (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #5] (Administrator's Guide)
parameters (Administrator's Guide)
SYS_GROUP (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
updating (Administrator's Guide)
resource consumer-group methods (Concepts)
resource consumers
grouping (Concepts)
Resource Coordination (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
Resource Definition Framework, definition (Application Developer's Guide - XML)
     [entry #2] (Case Studies - XML Applications)
Resource Description Framework Site Summary (RSS) (Case Studies - XML Applications)
resource errors
Import (Utilities)
resource guard
definition (Data Guard Broker)
resource limitation (Security Overview)
resource limits
altering in profiles (Administrator's Guide)
assigning with profiles (Administrator's Guide)
call level (Concepts)
connect time for each session (Concepts)
costs and (Administrator's Guide)
CPU time limit (Concepts)
creating profiles and (Administrator's Guide)
determining values for (Concepts)
disabling (Administrator's Guide)
enabling (Administrator's Guide)
idle time in each session (Concepts)
logical reads limit (Concepts)
number of sessions for each user (Concepts)
private SGA space for each session (Concepts)
privileges to enable and disable (Administrator's Guide)
privileges to set costs (Administrator's Guide)
PUBLIC_DEFAULT profile and (Administrator's Guide)
session level (Concepts)
setting to null (Administrator's Guide)
resource limits for profiles (Reference)
resource management
application (JspScopeListener) (OracleJSP Support for JavaServer Pages Developer's Guide and Reference)
overview of OracleJSP extensions (OracleJSP Support for JavaServer Pages Developer's Guide and Reference)
page (JspScopeListener) (OracleJSP Support for JavaServer Pages Developer's Guide and Reference)
request (JspScopeListener) (OracleJSP Support for JavaServer Pages Developer's Guide and Reference)
session (JspScopeListener) (OracleJSP Support for JavaServer Pages Developer's Guide and Reference)
standard session management (OracleJSP Support for JavaServer Pages Developer's Guide and Reference)
Resource Management events (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
Resource Manager (SQL Reference)
resource manager (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [entry #2] (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
events (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
Resource Manager (RM)
responsibilities, 5-2 (Developer's Guide for Microsoft Transaction Server)
responsibilities, 5-4 (Developer's Guide for Microsoft Transaction Server)
resource manager. See database resource manager (Migration)
resource managers (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
resource mastering (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
     [entry #2] (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
resource mode (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
     [entry #2] (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
resource parameters
of CREATE PROFILE (SQL Reference)
resource plan
definition (Concepts)
resource plan directives (Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
definition (Concepts)
deleting (Administrator's Guide)
specifying (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
updating (Administrator's Guide)
Resource Plan Schedule (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Concepts Guide)
Resource Plan Wizard (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Concepts Guide)
Resource Plans (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Concepts Guide)
resource plans (Administrator's Guide)
activating (Concepts)
creating (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
DELETE_PLAN_CASCADE (Administrator's Guide)
deleting (Administrator's Guide)
dynamic (Concepts)
examples (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
grouping (Concepts)
hierarchical (Concepts)
levels (Concepts)
parameters (Administrator's Guide)
performance (Concepts)
persistent (Concepts)
plan schemas (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #4] (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #5] (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #6] (Concepts)
subplans (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Administrator's Guide)
SYSTEM_PLAN (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Administrator's Guide)
top plan (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Administrator's Guide)
updating (Administrator's Guide)
validating (Administrator's Guide)
RESOURCE privilege (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
RESOURCE role (SQL Reference)
     [entry #2] (Utilities)
user-defined types (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
     [subentry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
resource role (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
     [entry #2] (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
resource schema object (Java Developer's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Java Developer's Guide)
     [entry #3] (Java Developer's Guide)
     [entry #4] (Java Stored Procedures Developer's Guide)
     [entry #5] (Java Stored Procedures Developer's Guide)
     [entry #6] (Java Stored Procedures Developer's Guide)
     [entry #7] (Java Tools Reference)
resource schema object naming
generated (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
loaded (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
resource types
client (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide)
browse policy (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide)
client, 2-3 (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide for Windows 2000 and Windows NT)
client, 2-6 (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide for Windows 2000 and Windows NT)
browse policy, 2-6 (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide for Windows 2000 and Windows NT)
retention policy, 2-6 (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide for Windows 2000 and Windows NT)
device (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide)
device, 2-3 (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide for Windows 2000 and Windows NT)
device, 3-2 (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide for Windows 2000 and Windows NT)
label template (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide)
label template, 2-3 (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide for Windows 2000 and Windows NT)
policy (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide)
policy, 2-3 (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide for Windows 2000 and Windows NT)
pool (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide)
pool, 2-3 (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide for Windows 2000 and Windows NT)
server (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide)
server, 2-3 (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide for Windows 2000 and Windows NT)
server, 2-6 (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide for Windows 2000 and Windows NT)
ResourceManager (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #2] (XML Reference)
ResourceManager(int) (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #2] (XML Reference)
resources
altering properties for (Data Guard Broker)
altering states for (Data Guard Broker)
block mode conversions, analyzing by type (Real Application Clusters Deployment and Performance)
consumption, parameters affecting (Data Warehousing Guide)
consumption, parameters affecting parallel DML/DDL (Data Warehousing Guide)
contention for (Real Application Clusters Deployment and Performance)
convert timeouts, analyzing (Real Application Clusters Deployment and Performance)
database (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
disabling management of objects (Data Guard Broker)
     [subentry #2] (Data Guard Broker)
     [subentry #3] (Data Guard Broker)
displaying summary information for (Data Guard Broker)
enabling (Data Guard Broker)
     [subentry #2] (Data Guard Broker)
     [subentry #3] (Data Guard Broker)
GES (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
global (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
identifier (Real Application Clusters Deployment and Performance)
limiting for users (Data Warehousing Guide)
limits (Data Warehousing Guide)
mode, and buffer state (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
name format (Real Application Clusters Deployment and Performance)
oversubscribing (Data Warehousing Guide)
parallel query usage (Data Warehousing Guide)
profiles (Administrator's Guide)
re-mastering (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
releasing (Real Application Clusters Administration)
request, handling by Global Cache Service (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
RESOURCE_COST view (Reference)
RESOURCE_LIMIT initialization parameter
     [entry #2] (Reference)
enabling and disabling limits (Administrator's Guide)
setting with ALTER SYSTEM (SQL Reference)
RESOURCE_MANAGER_PLAN initialization parameter (Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Reference)
setting with ALTER SYSTEM (SQL Reference)
RESOURCE_MAP view (Reference)
responding to events (Data Guard Broker)
response file
flags
-nowelcome (Universal Installer Concepts Guide)
-silent (Universal Installer Concepts Guide)
format
Components section (Universal Installer Concepts Guide)
General section (Universal Installer Concepts Guide)
Include section (Universal Installer Concepts Guide)
Session section (Universal Installer Concepts Guide)
general format
comments (Universal Installer Concepts Guide)
headers (Universal Installer Concepts Guide)
sections (Universal Installer Concepts Guide)
values (Universal Installer Concepts Guide)
sample (Universal Installer Concepts Guide)
specifying (Universal Installer Concepts Guide)
response object (implicit) (OracleJSP Support for JavaServer Pages Developer's Guide and Reference)
response objects, servlets (OracleJSP Support for JavaServer Pages Developer's Guide and Reference)
response queues (Concepts)
response time (Performance Guide and Reference)
cost-based approach (Performance Guide and Reference)
improving (Text Application Developer's Guide)
optimizing (Performance Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL Reference)
optimizing for (Text Application Developer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Text Application Developer's Guide)
response times
degradation, causes of (Real Application Clusters Deployment and Performance)
responsibilities
database administrator (Administrator's Guide)
of database users (Administrator's Guide)
RESTART command (Net Services Reference Guide)
restart command (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
restart method (CORBA Developer's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (Enterprise JavaBeans Developer's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #3] (Java Developer's Guide)
restartable backups
definition (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
restartable backups and restores (New Features)
restarting RMAN backups (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
restart_debugging method (Concepts)
     [entry #2] (Java Developer's Guide)
     [entry #3] (Java Developer's Guide)
restore
using RMAN, 4-2 (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide for Windows 2000 and Windows NT)
RESTORE command (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [entry #3] (Real Application Clusters Guard Administration and Reference Guide)
     [entry #4] (Recovery Manager Reference)
FORCE option (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
restore validation (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
RESTORE_DEFAULT_LABELS procedure (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
restoring
archived redo logs (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
backup control file
using dbid (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
backups
of online redo logs (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
control files (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
to default location (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
to nondefault location (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
database
to default location (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
to new host (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
to new location (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
database files (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
how RMAN chooses (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
mechanics (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
restore optimization (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
datafiles (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
to default location (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
using nondefault filenames (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
testing (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
to raw devices (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
user-managed (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
user-managed backups (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
keeping records (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
whole database backups (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
restoring nodes to original roles (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
restoring Oracle Real Application Clusters Guard after a failure (Real Application Clusters Guard Administration and Reference Guide)
restoring Oracle Real Application Clusters Guard after failure (Real Application Clusters Guard Administration and Reference Guide)
restoring, DHCP and WINS databases
Windows NT, 5-19 (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide for Windows 2000 and Windows NT)
RESTRICT (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
restrict method (Java Developer's Guide)
RESTRICT OPTION
STARTUP command (Administrator's Guide)
RESTRICT, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
restricted mode
starting instances in (Concepts)
restricted multilingual support (Globalization Support Guide)
restricted ROWIDs (Migration)
restricted rowids (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (SQL Reference)
RESTRICTED SESSION privilege (Concepts)
RESTRICTED SESSION system privilege
     [entry #2] (SQL Reference)
connecting to database (Administrator's Guide)
connecting to database. (Administrator's Guide)
restricted mode and (Administrator's Guide)
session limits and (Administrator's Guide)
restrictions
     [entry #2] (Advanced Security Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #3] (Enterprise JavaBeans Developer's Guide and Reference)
AT clause (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
binding of data, removed for INSERTS and UPDATES (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
binds of more than 4000 bytes (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
cached sequence (Real Application Clusters Administration)
changing the redo log (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
CURRENT OF clause (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
cursor declaration (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
cursor variables (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
data truncation (Globalization Support Guide)
DB2 load utility (Utilities)
direct-path INSERT (Data Warehousing Guide)
dynamic SQL (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
fast refresh (Data Warehousing Guide)
file operations (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
FOR clause (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
host tables (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #4] (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
host variables (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
naming (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
referencing (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
importing into another user's schema (Utilities)
input host variable (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
nested materialized views (Data Warehousing Guide)
nested tables (Data Warehousing Guide)
offline tablespace (Real Application Clusters Administration)
on AT clause (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
on Comments (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
on CURRENT OF clause (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
on declaring cursors (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
on FOR clause (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
on host arrays (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #4] (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #5] (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #6] (Pro*PL/I Supplement to the Oracle Precompilers Guide)
on host tables (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
on input host variables (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
on NULLs (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
on PL/I variables (Pro*PL/I Supplement to the Oracle Precompilers Guide)
on separate precompilation (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
on SET TRANSACTION statement (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
parallel DDL (Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Data Warehousing Guide)
parallel DML
     [subentry #2] (Data Warehousing Guide)
remote transactions (Concepts)
remote transactions (Data Warehousing Guide)
remote transactions (Data Warehousing Guide)
partitioned index-organized tables and LOBs (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
passwords (Globalization Support Guide)
Pro*COBOL, 1-3 (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Getting Started for Windows)
procedural replication (Replication)
query rewrite (Data Warehousing Guide)
REDEFINES clause (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
RELEASE option (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
separate precompilation (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
SET TRANSACTION statement (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
space padding during export (Globalization Support Guide)
SQLGLM subroutine (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
SQLIEM subroutine (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
system triggers (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
table names in Export parameter file (Utilities)
table names in Import parameter file (Utilities)
TO SAVEPOINT clause (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
use of CURRENT OF clause (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
usernames (Globalization Support Guide)
restrictions in current release (Spatial User's Guide and Reference)
geodetic data (Spatial User's Guide and Reference)
Restrictions on Callbacks (Data Cartridge Developer's Guide)
restrictions, Oracle Label Security (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
restrict_permission method (Concepts)
     [entry #2] (Java Developer's Guide)
     [entry #3] (Java Developer's Guide)
     [entry #4] (Java Developer's Guide)
RESTRICT_REFERENCES pragma
     [entry #2] (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #3] (Data Cartridge Developer's Guide)
of ALTER TYPE (SQL Reference)
syntax (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
syntax for (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
using to control side effects (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
using with autonomous functions (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
using with dynamic SQL (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
result (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #2] (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #3] (XML Reference)
     [entry #4] (XML Reference)
result buffer size
increasing (Text Application Developer's Guide)
result expressions
evaluation at runtime (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
overview (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
result list (Windows) (Internet File System User's Guide)
result set (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #3] (Data Warehousing Guide)
     [entry #4] (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
auto-commit mode (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
getting BFILE locators (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
getting LOB locators (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
metadata (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
using getOracleObject() method (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
result set enhancemennts
positioning result sets (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
result set enhancements
concurrency types (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
downgrade rules (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
fetch size (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
limitations (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
Oracle scrollability requirements (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
Oracle updatability requirements (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
positioning (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
processing result sets (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
result set types (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
scrollability (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
sensitivity to database changes (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
specifying scrollability, updatability (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
summary of methods (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
summary of visibility of changes (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
updatability (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
result set fetch size (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
result set iterators (weakly typed)
general information (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
introduction (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
scrollable (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
result set methods, JDBC 2.0 (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
result set object
result set objects (Application Developer's Guide - XML)
result set types for scrollability and sensitivity (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
result set, definition (Application Developer's Guide - XML)
     [entry #2] (Case Studies - XML Applications)
result set, processing (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
result sets (OLAP Services Concepts and Administration Guide)
as host variables (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
as iterator columns (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
as stored function returns (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
commit/rollback effect (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
converting from iterators (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
converting to iterators (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
persistence across calls in server (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
result sets, 2-9 (OLAP Services Concepts and Administration Guide for Windows)
result table
TOKENS (Text Reference)
result tables (Text Reference)
CTX_DOC (Text Reference)
CTX_QUERY (Text Reference)
CTX_THES (Text Reference)
results, stepping through a list of (Internet Directory Application Developer's Guide)
ResultSet class (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (Oracle C++ Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
     [entry #3] (Oracle C++ Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
ResultSet() method (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
ResultSetIterator type (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
ResultSetMetaData class (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
RESULT_SET_AVAILABLE status (Oracle C++ Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Oracle C++ Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
RESUMABLE parameter
for Export utility (Utilities)
for Import utility (Utilities)
for SQL*Loader utility (Utilities)
resumable space allocation
     [entry #2] (SQL Reference)
correctable errors (Administrator's Guide)
detecting suspended statements (Administrator's Guide)
disabling (Administrator's Guide)
distributed databases (Administrator's Guide)
enabling (Administrator's Guide)
enabling and disabling (Utilities)
     [subentry #2] (Utilities)
     [subentry #3] (Utilities)
example (Administrator's Guide)
how resumable statements work (Administrator's Guide)
naming statements (Administrator's Guide)
overview (Concepts)
parallel execution and (Administrator's Guide)
resumable operations (Administrator's Guide)
setting as default for session (Administrator's Guide)
timeout interval (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
resumable statements (New Features)
resumable statements. See resumable space allocation (Concepts)
resumable storage allocation (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
examples (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
RESUMABLE system privilege (SQL Reference)
RESUMABLE_NAME parameter
for Export utility (Utilities)
for Import utility (Utilities)
for SQL*Loader utility (Utilities)
RESUMABLE_TIMEOUT parameter
for Export utility (Utilities)
for Import utility (Utilities)
for SQL*Loader utility (Utilities)
RESUME clause
ALTER SYSTEM statement (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
resume method (CORBA Developer's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (CORBA Developer's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #3] (CORBA Developer's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #4] (CORBA Developer's Guide and Reference)
RESUME parameter
for DB2 (Utilities)
     [subentry #2] (Utilities)
resuming branches (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
resuming failed index (Text Application Developer's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Text Reference)
example (Text Reference)
resuming recovery after interruption (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
resuming replication activity (Replication Management API Reference)
     [entry #2] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
RESYNC CATALOG command (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [entry #3] (Recovery Manager Reference)
FROM CONTROLFILECOPY option (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
resynchronizing the recovery catalog (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
Retailer Places Order (Case Studies - XML Applications)
Retailer Schema (Case Studies - XML Applications)
Retailer Scripts (Case Studies - XML Applications)
Retailer-Supplier Schema (Case Studies - XML Applications)
Retailer-Supplier Transactions (Case Studies - XML Applications)
retention (Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing (AQ))
retention and message history (Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing (AQ))
     [entry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing (AQ))
     [entry #3] (Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing (AQ))
retention policies
affect on backup optimization (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
configuring (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
configuring for redundancy (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
definition (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
disabling (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
recovery windows (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
redundancy (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
retention policy
     [entry #2] (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide)
exempt backups (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
making backups exempt (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
recovery window (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
redundancy (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
save set (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide)
retention policy, 2-6 (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide for Windows 2000 and Windows NT)
save set, 2-9 (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide for Windows 2000 and Windows NT)
retranslation of page, dynamic (OracleJSP Support for JavaServer Pages Developer's Guide and Reference)
RETRIES networking parameter (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Net Services Reference Guide)
retries with delays (Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing (AQ))
retrieval, content-based
benefits (interMedia User's Guide and Reference)
overview (interMedia User's Guide and Reference)
retrieving
images from tables (interMedia User's Guide and Reference)
images similar to an image (content-based) (interMedia User's Guide and Reference)
video data from table (interMedia User's Guide and Reference)
retrieving data (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
retrieving OLAP API data types (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the Oracle OLAP API)
retrieving rows from a table
embedded SQL (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
retry
delay interval (Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing (AQ))
Retry button (Universal Installer Concepts Guide)
RETRY networking parameter (Net Services Reference Guide)
RETRY option
STARTUP PARALLEL command (Real Application Clusters Administration)
RETURN clause
function (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
of CREATE FUNCTION (SQL Reference)
of CREATE OPERATOR (SQL Reference)
of CREATE TYPE (SQL Reference)
of CREATE TYPE BODY (SQL Reference)
return code, specifying (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #3] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
return codes
HRESULT, 3-3 (COM Automation Feature Developer's Guide)
RMAN (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
user exits (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
RETURN command (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
RETURN statement (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
syntax (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
return tag, JML (OracleJSP Support for JavaServer Pages Developer's Guide and Reference)
return type (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
return types
for getXXX() methods (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
getObject() method (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
getOracleObject() method (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
return value, function (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
return values
casting (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
navigational functions (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
RETURN-CODE special register is unpredictable (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
returnability (cursor states, WITH clause) (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
RETURNING clause (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
binding with (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
error handling (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
initializing variables (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
of DELETE (SQL Reference)
of INSERT (SQL Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL Reference)
of UPDATE (SQL Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL Reference)
using with OCI (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
with REFs (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
returning clause
     [entry #2] (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
DELETE (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
in INSERT (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
in UPDATE (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
returning clauses (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
returning nested tables as (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
returning rowsets
stored procedures and functions, 2-11 (Provider for OLE DB Developer's Guide)
retype new password field, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
reusability (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
reusable packages (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [entry #2] (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
REUSE clause
of CREATE CONTROLFILE (SQL Reference)
of filespec clause (SQL Reference)
REUSE SETTINGS clause
of ALTER FUNCTION (SQL Reference)
of ALTER PACKAGE (SQL Reference)
of ALTER PROCEDURE (SQL Reference)
of ALTER TRIGGER (SQL Reference)
of ALTER TYPE (SQL Reference)
reuse, publishservlet option (OracleJSP Support for JavaServer Pages Developer's Guide and Reference)
reusePooledConnection() method (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
REVERSE clause
of CREATE INDEX (SQL Reference)
REVERSE clause for indexes (Concepts)
reverse indexes (SQL Reference)
reverse key indexes (Concepts)
     [entry #2] (Performance Methods)
reverse migration
not supported (Migration)
REVERSE parameter
of ALTER INDEX ... REBUILD (SQL Reference)
REVERSE reserved word (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
reverse-key indexes
for minimizing contention (Real Application Clusters Deployment and Performance)
REVERSE_GEOMETRY function (Spatial User's Guide and Reference)
REVERSE_MEASURE function (Spatial User's Guide and Reference)
revert
from standby to primary role (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
Revert button, in Oracle Directory Manager (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
Review page
using with Edit pull-down menu (Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
Review page. See also tuning session window. (Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
reviewing recommendations (Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
     [entry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
revocation (Advanced Security Administrator's Guide)
REVOKE clause
of ALTER USER (SQL Reference)
REVOKE command, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
disabling, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
REVOKE command, REVOKE command (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
disabling, disabling (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
REVOKE CONNECT THROUGH clause
of ALTER USER (SQL Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL Reference)
revoking proxy authorization (Administrator's Guide)
revoke method (Java Developer's Guide)
REVOKE statement (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [entry #2] (Concepts)
     [entry #3] (SQL Reference)
locks (Concepts)
revokeQueuePrivilege (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #2] (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
RevokeSystemPriv procedure (Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager)
     [entry #2] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
revokeSystemPrivilege (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
revokeTopicPrivilege (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
revokeuser.sql script
running, 2-10 (Developer's Guide for Microsoft Transaction Server)
RevokeWorkspacePriv procedure (Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager)
     [entry #2] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
revoke_permission method (Concepts)
     [entry #2] (Java Developer's Guide)
     [entry #3] (Java Developer's Guide)
revoking
privileges on selected columns (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
roles and privileges (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
revoking access to change data (Data Warehousing Guide)
revoking privileges (Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager)
     [entry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager)
     [entry #3] (Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager)
     [entry #4] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
     [entry #5] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
revoking privileges and roles
on selected columns (Administrator's Guide)
REVOKE statement (Administrator's Guide)
specifying ALL (Administrator's Guide)
when using operating-system roles (Administrator's Guide)
revoking roles and privileges (Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing (AQ))
rewrite
predicates in security policies (Concepts)
using materialized views (Concepts)
REWRITE hint (Performance Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (SQL Reference)
     [entry #3] (Data Warehousing Guide)
     [entry #4] (Data Warehousing Guide)
rewrites
parameters (Data Warehousing Guide)
privileges (Data Warehousing Guide)
query optimizations
hints (Data Warehousing Guide)
hints (Data Warehousing Guide)
matching join graphs (Data Warehousing Guide)
RFC
2616 (Servlet Engine Developer's Guide)
RFC 1738 URL specification (Text Reference)
RFC 1823 (Internet Directory Application Developer's Guide)
RFCs
2068 (Servlet Engine Developer's Guide)
2069 (Servlet Engine Developer's Guide)
RFCs enforced by Oracle Internet Directory (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
RIGHT attribute (ROW) (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
RIGHT clause (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
RIGHT clause, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
right mouse button
used in the Navigator (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
using in Oracle TopSessions (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with the Oracle Diagnostics Pack)
     [subentry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with the Oracle Standard Management Pack)
right mouse button support
for Change Manager (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
     [subentry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with the Oracle Standard Management Pack)
for Plan Editor (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
right outer joins (SQL Reference)
right-mouse button
Related Tools menu (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
rights, invoker versus definer (Java Stored Procedures Developer's Guide)
ring configuration (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
three-node (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
two-node (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
RM (resource manager) (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
rm command (Java Tools Reference)
     [entry #2] (Java Tools Reference)
RM datetime format element (SQL Reference)
RM format element (Globalization Support Guide)
RM. See Resource Manager (RM) (Developer's Guide for Microsoft Transaction Server)
RMAN (Error Messages)
     [entry #2] (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
archived log configuration schemes (Real Application Clusters Administration)
AUTOLOCATE option (Real Application Clusters Administration)
backups in Real Application Clusters (Real Application Clusters Administration)
in Real Application Clusters (Real Application Clusters Deployment and Performance)
in Real Application Clusters, overview of using (Real Application Clusters Administration)
restoring archive logs with (Real Application Clusters Administration)
RMAN commands for Oracle9i, 4-5 (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide for Windows 2000 and Windows NT)
RMAN. (Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Concepts)
RMAN. See Recovery Manager (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
RMARGIN (Pro*PL/I Supplement to the Oracle Precompilers Guide)
rmendpoint command (Java Tools Reference)
rmerrorpage command (Java Tools Reference)
RMFF data format (interMedia User's Guide and Reference)
RMI (Enterprise JavaBeans Developer's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (Java Tools Reference)
support (Java Developer's Guide)
RMI, RMI (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
RMJVM.SQL script (Reference)
RN number format element (SQL Reference)
RNDS argument (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
RNDS attribute
of PRAGMA RESTRICT_REFERENCES (SQL Reference)
RNPS argument (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
RNPS attribute
of PRAGMA RESTRICT_REFERENCES (SQL Reference)
roadmap (Application Developer's Guide - XML)
ROLAP
defined (OLAP Services Concepts and Administration Guide)
defined, 2-11 (OLAP Services Concepts and Administration Guide for Windows)
role
revoking (Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing (AQ))
user (Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing (AQ))
role authorization
description, 1-4 (Network, Directory, and Security Guide for Windows)
in Windows 2000 domains, 3-3 (Network, Directory, and Security Guide for Windows)
role change notification (Real Application Clusters Guard Administration and Reference Guide)
DOWN (Real Application Clusters Guard Administration and Reference Guide)
PLANNED_DOWN (Real Application Clusters Guard Administration and Reference Guide)
PLANNED_UP (Real Application Clusters Guard Administration and Reference Guide)
UP (Real Application Clusters Guard Administration and Reference Guide)
role change notification script (Real Application Clusters Guard Administration and Reference Guide)
role management services (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
role operations, Security Management (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Concepts Guide)
role transition (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
     [entry #2] (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
forced database failover (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
graceful database failover (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
role-name
WAR file subelement (Servlet Engine Developer's Guide)
roles
     [entry #2] (Concepts)
     [entry #3] (Reference)
     [entry #4] (OLAP Services Concepts and Administration Guide)
ADMIN OPTION (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
ADMIN OPTION and (Administrator's Guide)
advantages (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
application (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [subentry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [subentry #3] (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [subentry #4] (Concepts)
     [subentry #5] (SQL Reference)
application developers and (Administrator's Guide)
AQ_ADMINISTRATOR_ROLE (SQL Reference)
AQ_USER_ROLE (SQL Reference)
authorization (Administrator's Guide)
by a password (SQL Reference)
by an external service (SQL Reference)
by the database (SQL Reference)
by the enterprise directory service (SQL Reference)
changing (SQL Reference)
authorization method enhancements, 1-4 (Network, Directory, and Security Guide for Windows)
authorized by enterprise directory service (Administrator's Guide)
authorized in Windows 2000 domains, 3-3 (Network, Directory, and Security Guide for Windows)
backward compatibility (Administrator's Guide)
central management (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
changing authorization for (Administrator's Guide)
changing passwords (Administrator's Guide)
CONNECT (SQL Reference)
CONNECT role (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Concepts)
     [subentry #3] (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
     [subentry #4] (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
creating (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [subentry #2] (SQL Reference)
creating a local database role with Oracle Administration Assistant for Windows NT, 2-18 (Network, Directory, and Security Guide for Windows)
creating an external role with Oracle Administration Assistant for Windows NT, 2-20 (Network, Directory, and Security Guide for Windows)
database (Security Overview)
database authorization (Administrator's Guide)
DBA (SQL Reference)
DBA role (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Concepts)
     [subentry #4] (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
DDL statements and (Concepts)
default (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
definer-rights procedures disable (Concepts)
definition (Concepts)
DELETE_CATALOG_ROLE (SQL Reference)
deleting roles of an inactive Oracle Service for MTS user, 2-10 (Developer's Guide for Microsoft Transaction Server)
dependency management in (Concepts)
directory administration (Security Overview)
disabling (Administrator's Guide)
for the current session (SQL Reference)
dropping (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
effect on database resource substates (Data Guard Broker)
effect on user sessions (SQL Reference)
enabled or disabled (Concepts)
enabling (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
for the current session (SQL Reference)
for the current session (SQL Reference)
enabling and disabling (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
enterprise (Security Overview)
     [subentry #2] (Security Overview)
EXECUTE_CATALOG_ROLE (SQL Reference)
EXP_FULL_DATABASE (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (SQL Reference)
     [subentry #3] (Utilities)
EXP_FULL_DATABASE role (Concepts)
functionality (Concepts)
global (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Security Overview)
global authorization (Administrator's Guide)
GRANT and REVOKE statements (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
GRANT OPTION and (Administrator's Guide)
GRANT statement (Administrator's Guide)
granting
     [subentry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [subentry #3] (Concepts)
     [subentry #4] (Concepts)
     [subentry #5] (Text Application Developer's Guide)
about (Administrator's Guide)
granting to PUBLIC (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
grouping with roles (Administrator's Guide)
HS_ADMIN_ROLE (SQL Reference)
identifying by password (SQL Reference)
identifying externally (SQL Reference)
identifying through enterprise directory service (SQL Reference)
identifying using a package (SQL Reference)
IMP_FULL_DATABASE (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (SQL Reference)
     [subentry #3] (Utilities)
IMP_FULL_DATABASE role (Concepts)
in applications (Concepts)
invoker-rights procedures use (Concepts)
listing (Administrator's Guide)
listing grants (Administrator's Guide)
listing privileges and roles in (Administrator's Guide)
management using the operating system (Administrator's Guide)
managing (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
managing privileges (Security Overview)
managing through operating system (Concepts)
managing with RADIUS server (Advanced Security Administrator's Guide)
maximum (Administrator's Guide)
multi-byte characters
in names (Administrator's Guide)
multi-byte characters in passwords (Administrator's Guide)
naming (Concepts)
network authorization (Administrator's Guide)
obtained through database links (Administrator's Guide)
of administrator user account, 3-6 (Developer's Guide for Microsoft Transaction Server)
of default accounts, 8-4 (Getting Started for Windows)
operating system (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
operating system granting of (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
operating-system authorization (Administrator's Guide)
OS management and the shared server (Administrator's Guide)
passwords (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [subentry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
passwords for enabling (Administrator's Guide)
predefined (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Concepts)
privileges
changing authorization method (Administrator's Guide)
changing passwords (Administrator's Guide)
for creating (Administrator's Guide)
for dropping (Administrator's Guide)
granting system privileges or roles (Administrator's Guide)
protecting (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
recommended practices (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
RECOVERY_CATALOG_OWNER (SQL Reference)
remote clients (Reference)
removing from the database (SQL Reference)
RESOURCE (SQL Reference)
     [subentry #2] (Utilities)
RESOURCE role (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Concepts)
     [subentry #3] (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
     [subentry #4] (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
restricting from tool users (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
restrictions on privileges of (Concepts)
REVOKE statement (Administrator's Guide)
revoking (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [subentry #3] (Concepts)
revoking ADMIN OPTION (Administrator's Guide)
schemas do not contain (Concepts)
secure application (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [subentry #2] (Security Overview)
security and (Administrator's Guide)
SELECT_CATALOG_ROLE (SQL Reference)
SET ROLE statement (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
setting in PL/SQL blocks (Concepts)
shared server and (Administrator's Guide)
SNMPAGENT (SQL Reference)
types of (Security Overview)
unique names for (Administrator's Guide)
use of passwords with (Concepts)
usefulness compromised (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
user (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [subentry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [subentry #3] (Concepts)
users capable of granting (Concepts)
uses of (Concepts)
when to use enterprise roles, 1-5 (Network, Directory, and Security Guide for Windows)
when to use external roles, 1-5 (Network, Directory, and Security Guide for Windows)
WITH GRANT OPTION (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
without authorization (Administrator's Guide)
roles, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
disabling, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
re-enabling, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
roles, 3-27 (OLAP Services Concepts and Administration Guide for Windows)
roles, external, mapping to DCE groups (Advanced Security Administrator's Guide)
roles, roles (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
disabling, disabling (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
re-enabling, re-enabling (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
ROLE_ROLE_PRIVS view (Reference)
ROLE_SYS_PRIVS view (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [entry #2] (Reference)
ROLE_TAB_PRIVS view (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [entry #2] (Reference)
ROLE_WM_PRIVS view (Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager)
roll back
     [entry #2] (interMedia User's Guide and Reference)
to a savepoint (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
to the same savepoint multiple times (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
roll back a distributed transaction branch (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
roll back changes to database (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
rollback (Concepts)
     [entry #2] (Concepts)
     [entry #3] (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
     [entry #4] (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
automatic (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
definition (Concepts)
described (Concepts)
effect on iterators and result sets (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
ending a transaction (Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Concepts)
     [subentry #3] (Concepts)
in object applications (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
manual (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
purpose (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
statement-level (Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
to a savepoint (Concepts)
rollback a transaction (Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing (AQ))
ROLLBACK clause (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
WHENEVER OSERROR (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
WHENEVER OSERROR, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
WHENEVER SQLERROR (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
WHENEVER SQLERROR, 1 (iSQL*Plus User?s Guide and Reference)
rollback entries (Concepts)
ROLLBACK FORCE command (Migration)
     [entry #2] (Migration)
rollback method (CORBA Developer's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (CORBA Developer's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #3] (CORBA Developer's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #4] (CORBA Developer's Guide and Reference)
rollback method, 7-5 (Enterprise JavaBeans Developer's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (Enterprise JavaBeans Developer's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #3] (Enterprise JavaBeans Developer's Guide and Reference)
rollback response (Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing (AQ))
rollback segment
R-tree index creation (Spatial User's Guide and Reference)
SYSTEM (Real Application Clusters Administration)
rollback segment management (New Features)
rollback segment operations, Storage Management (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Concepts Guide)
Rollback Segment Undo
definition (Concepts)
rollback segments
     [entry #2] (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
     [entry #3] (Concepts)
     [entry #4] (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #5] (Performance Guide and Reference)
     [entry #6] (Data Warehousing Guide)
     [entry #7] (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #8] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #9] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Concepts Guide)
     [entry #10] (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [entry #11] (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
     [entry #12] (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
     [entry #13] (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
access to (Concepts)
acquired during startup (Concepts)
acquiring automatically (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
acquiring on startup (Administrator's Guide)
allocation of extents for (Concepts)
new extents (Concepts)
altering storage parameters (Administrator's Guide)
and RMAN TSPITR (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
assigning to transactions (Performance Guide and Reference)
AVAILABLE (Administrator's Guide)
bringing online (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (SQL Reference)
     [subentry #3] (SQL Reference)
bringing online when new (Administrator's Guide)
bringing PARTLY AVAILABLE segment online (Administrator's Guide)
changing storage characteristics (SQL Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL Reference)
checking if offline (Administrator's Guide)
choosing how many (Performance Guide and Reference)
clashes when acquiring (Concepts)
committing transactions and (Concepts)
contention (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
contention for (Concepts)
controlling size during import (Utilities)
creating (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Performance Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #4] (SQL Reference)
deallocating extents from (Concepts)
deferred (Concepts)
definition (Concepts)
described (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
description (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
displaying information about (Administrator's Guide)
displaying names of all (Administrator's Guide)
displaying PENDING OFFLINE segments (Administrator's Guide)
dropping (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Concepts)
restrictions on (Concepts)
effects of CONSISTENT Export parameter (Utilities)
equally sized extents (Administrator's Guide)
explicitly assigning transactions to (Administrator's Guide)
granting
system privileges on (SQL Reference)
guidelines for managing (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
how transactions write to (Concepts)
in-doubt distributed transactions (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Concepts)
initial creation of SYSTEM (Administrator's Guide)
INITIAL storage parameter (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
initialization parameters used with (Administrator's Guide)
invalid (Concepts)
invalid status (Administrator's Guide)
listing extents in (Administrator's Guide)
location of (Administrator's Guide)
making available for use (Administrator's Guide)
materialized view sites (Replication)
maximum number of (Administrator's Guide)
maximum size (Reference)
migration (Migration)
MINEXTENTS (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
moving to the next extent of (Concepts)
multiple (Real Application Clusters Administration)
     [subentry #2] (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
name (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
NEXT (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
number of transactions per (Concepts)
OFFLINE (Administrator's Guide)
offline (Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Concepts)
offline tablespaces and (Concepts)
online (Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Concepts)
     [subentry #3] (Real Application Clusters Administration)
OPTIMAL (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #4] (Data Warehousing Guide)
overview of (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Concepts)
parallel DML (Data Warehousing Guide)
parallel recovery (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
PARTLY AVAILABLE (Administrator's Guide)
partly available (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Concepts)
PCTINCREASE (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
PENDING OFFLINE (Administrator's Guide)
private (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Concepts)
     [subentry #4] (Real Application Clusters Administration)
privileges for dropping (Administrator's Guide)
privileges required to create (Administrator's Guide)
public (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Concepts)
     [subentry #3] (SQL Reference)
     [subentry #4] (Real Application Clusters Administration)
     [subentry #5] (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
public versus private (Real Application Clusters Administration)
     [subentry #2] (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
public vs. private (Administrator's Guide)
read consistency and (Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Concepts)
recovery needed for (Concepts)
reducing size (SQL Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL Reference)
removing from the database (SQL Reference)
setting size of (Administrator's Guide)
shrinking size of (Administrator's Guide)
specifying (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
specifying optimal size of (SQL Reference)
specifying tablespaces for (SQL Reference)
SQL examples (SQL Reference)
starting an instance using (Administrator's Guide)
states of (Concepts)
status for dropping (Administrator's Guide)
status or state (Administrator's Guide)
storage characteristics (SQL Reference)
storage parameters (Administrator's Guide)
SYSTEM (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
system-generated (SQL Reference)
tablespace (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
taking offline (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (SQL Reference)
     [subentry #3] (SQL Reference)
taking tablespaces offline and (Administrator's Guide)
transactions and (Concepts)
use of in recovery (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
using multiple (Administrator's Guide)
when acquired (Concepts)
when used (Concepts)
written circularly (Concepts)
ROLLBACK SQL statement (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
ROLLBACK statement
     [entry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [entry #3] (Concepts)
     [entry #4] (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #5] (SQL Reference)
     [entry #6] (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [entry #7] (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [entry #8] (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
effect of (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
effect on savepoints (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
effects (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
ending a transaction (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
example (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
example of (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
examples (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
FORCE clause (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Administrator's Guide)
forcing (Administrator's Guide)
in error handling routines (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
RELEASE option (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
RELEASE option in (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
syntax (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
TO SAVEPOINT clause (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
TO SAVEPOINT clause in (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
using in a PL/SQL block (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
using in error-handling routines (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
where to place (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
ROLLBACK statement (SQL) (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
ROLLBACK statement (SQL), 10-5 (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
rollback tablespaces (Performance Guide and Reference)
rollback undo (SQL Reference)
     [entry #2] (SQL Reference)
RollbackException (CORBA Developer's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (Enterprise JavaBeans Developer's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #3] (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
RollbackResolve procedure (Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager)
     [entry #2] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
rollbacks
automatic (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
fast-start on-demand (Performance Guide and Reference)
fast-start parallel (Performance Guide and Reference)
function of (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
implicit (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
of FORALL statement (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
ORA-02067 error (Administrator's Guide)
statement-level (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
RollbackTable procedure (Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager)
     [entry #2] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
RollbackToSP procedure (Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager)
     [entry #2] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
RollbackWorkspace procedure (Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager)
     [entry #2] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
ROLLBACK_ANY_WORKSPACE privilege (Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager)
rollback_only method (CORBA Developer's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (CORBA Developer's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #3] (CORBA Developer's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #4] (CORBA Developer's Guide and Reference)
ROLLBACK_SEGMENTS initialization parameter (Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Reference)
adding rollback segments to (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
dropping rollback segments (Administrator's Guide)
online at instance startup (Administrator's Guide)
setting before database creation (Administrator's Guide)
setting with ALTER SYSTEM (SQL Reference)
ROLLBACK_SEGMENTS parameter (Data Warehousing Guide)
     [entry #2] (Real Application Clusters Administration)
     [entry #3] (Real Application Clusters Administration)
     [entry #4] (Real Application Clusters Administration)
private and public segments (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
     [subentry #2] (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
ROLLBACK_WORKSPACE privilege (Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager)
rolling back (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
definition (Concepts)
instance recovery (Real Application Clusters Administration)
rollback segments (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
row locks (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
tables (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
transactions (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
workspaces (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
to savepoint (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
rolling back script changes (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
rolling back tables (Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager)
rolling back transactions
     [entry #2] (Concepts)
     [entry #3] (Concepts)
to savepoints (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
rolling back workspaces (Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager)
     [entry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager)
to savepoint (Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager)
rolling forward
definition (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Concepts)
rolling forward during recovery (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
rolling up hierarchies (Data Warehousing Guide)
rolling upgrade
during switchover (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
rollout strategies
big bang approach (Performance Methods)
trickle approach (Performance Methods)
ROLLUP (Data Warehousing Guide)
partial (Data Warehousing Guide)
when to use (Data Warehousing Guide)
ROLLUP clause
of SELECT statements (SQL Reference)
Roman numerals
format mask for (Globalization Support Guide)
root (Real Application Clusters Installation and Configuration)
root administrative regions
described (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
domain requirements (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
requirements (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
root administrative regions, described (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
root domains, described (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
root DSE (Directory Server-Specific Entry) (Directory Service Integration and Deployment Guide)
     [entry #2] (Directory Service Integration and Deployment Guide)
root element, definition (Application Developer's Guide - XML)
     [entry #2] (Case Studies - XML Applications)
root level (Data Warehousing Guide)
root MdmSchema
description (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the Oracle OLAP API)
function of (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the Oracle OLAP API)
obtaining (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the Oracle OLAP API)
root object (Oracle C++ Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
root objects, creating multiple with class generator (Application Developer's Guide - XML)
root of search
entering (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
selecting (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
root Oracle Context (Directory Service Integration and Deployment Guide)
root.sh (Intelligent Agent User's Guide)
root.sh script (OLAP Services Concepts and Administration Guide)
rootName (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [entry #2] (XML Reference)
ROOTOFNEGATIVE option (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
ROSFILES
nmcbild.sql script (Migration)
nmcgrnt.sql script (Migration)
rosbild.sql script (Migration)
rosgrnt.sql script (Migration)
ROUND function
     [entry #2] (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
date function (SQL Reference)
number function (SQL Reference)
ROUND function, 4-32 (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
round-robin
distribution value (Performance Guide and Reference)
ROUND-ROBIN resource allocation method (Administrator's Guide)
roundtrips
See server roundtrips (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
roundtrips to the server, avoiding (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
     [entry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
routers, verifying (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide)
routers, verifying, B-3 (Legato Storage Manager Administrator's Guide for Windows 2000 and Windows NT)
routine
service (Data Cartridge Developer's Guide)
routines
autonomous (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
calling (SQL Reference)
executing (SQL Reference)
external (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
service (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
routines, external (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
routing connections (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
routing, data-dependent (Real Application Clusters Deployment and Performance)
row cache (Concepts)
contention for (Real Application Clusters Deployment and Performance)
Row Cache Lock By Instance Chart (Real Application Clusters Deployment and Performance)
Row Cache Lock by Instance Chart
in Oracle Performance Manager (Real Application Clusters Deployment and Performance)
Row Cache Lock Chart (Real Application Clusters Deployment and Performance)
in Oracle Performance Manager (Real Application Clusters Deployment and Performance)
ROW command
column format (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
format attributes (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
generating blank lines (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
global attributes (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
global attributes, 12-8 (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
looping over dimensions (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
paging output from (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
reporting data (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
reporting dimension values (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
reporting literal text (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
reporting multiple expressions (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
reporting sparse data (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
reporting values across row (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
row format (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
setting status (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
skipping columns (OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
row data (section of data block) (Concepts)
row directories (Concepts)
row errors
Import (Utilities)
ROW EXCLUSIVE lock mode (SQL Reference)
row labels
changing compartments (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
default (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #4] (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #5] (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
in distributed environment (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
inserting (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
LABEL_DEFAULT option (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
privileges (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
setting (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
understanding (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
updating (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
viewing (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
row level locking (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
DML locks (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
independent of GCS (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
resource sharing system (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
row level security
introduction (Security Overview)
row lock
acquiring with FOR UPDATE OF (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
using to improve performance (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
when acquired (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
when released (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
row locking
     [entry #2] (Concepts)
     [entry #3] (Concepts)
     [entry #4] (Performance Guide and Reference)
manually locking (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
serializable transactions and (Concepts)
Row Locks (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
row locks (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
acquiring with FOR UPDATE OF (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
advantage of (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
using to improve performance (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
when acquired (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
when released (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
row movement clause for partitioned tables (Administrator's Guide)
row pieces (Concepts)
     [entry #2] (Concepts)
headers (Concepts)
how identified (Concepts)
row prefetching (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
and data streams (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
overview (OracleJSP Support for JavaServer Pages Developer's Guide and Reference)
through OracleJSP ConnBean (OracleJSP Support for JavaServer Pages Developer's Guide and Reference)
ROW SHARE lock mode (SQL Reference)
row source ratio
defined (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
Row Statistics for Execute/Fetch drill-down data views (Oracle Enterprise Manager Getting Started with the Oracle Diagnostics Pack)
row subsetting (Replication)
deployment templates (Replication)
row transaction locks (Performance Guide and Reference)
row trigger (Java Stored Procedures Developer's Guide)
row triggers
     [entry #2] (Concepts)
defining (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
row-level dependency tracking (SQL Reference)
     [entry #2] (SQL Reference)
row-level locking (Concepts)
     [entry #2] (Concepts)
row-level security (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
ROWDEPENDENCIES clause
     [entry #2] (Replication)
creating tables (Replication)
of CREATE CLUSTER (SQL Reference)
of CREATE TABLE (SQL Reference)
ROWID
as stored function results (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
external datatype (Oracle C++ Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
FETCH INTO ROWID host variable (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
logical (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
pseudocolumn (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
using to mimic CURRENT OF (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
using to mimic CURRENT OF (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
pseudocolumns (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
SELECT INTO ROWID host variable (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
support (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
universal (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #4] (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
used for positioned updates and deletes (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
ROWID class (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
CursorName methods (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
defined (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
ROWID datatype (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [entry #2] (Concepts)
     [entry #3] (Concepts)
     [entry #4] (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #5] (SQL Reference)
     [entry #6] (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
DBMS_ROWID package (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
extended format (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
extended ROWID format (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
extended rowid format (Concepts)
heap tables versus index-organized tables (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
migration (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
restricted rowid format (Concepts)
Universal (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
use of (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
use of ALLOCATE (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
ROWID descriptor (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
ROWID hint (Performance Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (SQL Reference)
ROWID pseudocolumn (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (SQL Reference)
     [entry #3] (SQL Reference)
     [entry #4] (SQL Reference)
ROWID pseudocolumns
retrieving with SQLROWIDGET (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
universal ROWID (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
using to mimic CURRENT OF (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
ROWID, use for result set updates (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
ROWIDATTR_TAG
sql.query (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
     [subentry #2] (XML Reference)
ROWIDs
extended (Migration)
restricted (Migration)
rowids (Concepts)
     [entry #2] (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
accessing (Concepts)
block portion of (SQL Reference)
changes in (Concepts)
compatibility (Migration)
client access (Migration)
conversion to version 8 format (Migration)
examples (Migration)
DBMS_ROWID compatibility package (Migration)
description of (SQL Reference)
extended (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL Reference)
base 64 (SQL Reference)
not directly available (SQL Reference)
file portion of (SQL Reference)
guess (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
in non-Oracle databases (Concepts)
indexes (Migration)
internal use of (Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Concepts)
logical (Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
mapping to bitmaps (Performance Guide and Reference)
migration (Migration)
FAQ (Migration)
questions and answers (Migration)
nonphysical (SQL Reference)
of clustered rows (Concepts)
of foreign tables (SQL Reference)
of index-organized tables (SQL Reference)
physical (Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
restricted (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL Reference)
compatibility and migration of (SQL Reference)
row migration (Concepts)
row portion of (SQL Reference)
rowid materialized views (Replication)
snapshot refresh (Migration)
sorting indexes by (Concepts)
table access by (Performance Guide and Reference)
universal (Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
uses for (SQL Reference)
ROWIDTOCHAR function (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [entry #2] (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #3] (SQL Reference)
data conversion (Concepts)
ROWIDTONCHAR function (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)