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Index Entries

B
number format element (SQL Reference)
B*Tree (XML Database Developer's Guide - Oracle XML DB)
     [entry #2] (XML Database Developer's Guide - Oracle XML DB)
     [entry #3] (XML Database Developer's Guide - Oracle XML DB)
indexing (XML Database Developer's Guide - Oracle XML DB)
B-tree indexes (Concepts)
     [entry #2] (Performance Tuning Guide and Reference)
     [entry #3] (Performance Tuning Guide and Reference)
     [entry #4] (Data Warehousing Guide)
     [entry #5] (Label Security Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #6] (Performance Planning)
bitmap indexes versus (Data Warehousing Guide)
compared with bitmap indexes (Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Concepts)
index-organized tables (Concepts)
B.C. datetime format element (SQL Reference)
     [entry #2] (SQL Reference)
B2B
definition (XML Developer's Kits Guide - XDK)
B2C
definition (XML Developer's Kits Guide - XDK)
back-end of client/server architecture (Concepts)
background DML (Text Application Developer's Guide)
Background images
adding to groups (Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
background mode recovery (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
background process
startup after abnormal termination (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
background processes (Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #3] (Concepts)
definition (Concepts)
described (Concepts)
diagrammed (Concepts)
DMON (Data Guard Broker)
FMON (Administrator's Guide)
SMON (Real Application Clusters Administration)
     [subentry #2] (Real Application Clusters Administration)
trace files for (Concepts)
background thread trace files (Real Application Clusters Administration)
BACKGROUND_CORE_DUMP initialization parameter (Reference)
setting with ALTER SYSTEM (SQL Reference)
BACKGROUND_CORE_DUMP parameter (Enterprise Edition System Administration Guide for OS/390)
BACKGROUND_DUMP_DEST initialization parameter (Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Reference)
     [entry #3] (Error Messages)
     [entry #4] (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
setting with ALTER SYSTEM (SQL Reference)
BACKGROUND_DUMP_DEST parameter (Enterprise Edition System Administration Guide for OS/390)
     [entry #2] (Real Application Clusters Administration)
     [entry #3] (Real Application Clusters Administration)
backing up
after unrecoverable operations (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
primary database datafiles (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
primary databases (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
primary databases from standby databases (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
     [subentry #2] (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
standby databases (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
backout possibilities during migration (Procedural Gateway for APPC Installation and Configuration Guide for UNIX)
     [entry #2] (Procedural Gateway for APPC Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows)
backslash (escape sequence) (OLAP Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
backslash escape character (Text Reference)
     [entry #2] (Utilities)
backspace (escape sequence) (OLAP Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
backup
control files (Getting Started for Windows)
manageability components in Real Application Clusters (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
perform before upgrading (Installation Guide for 32-Bit Windows)
tools (Getting Started for Windows)
backup and recovery
     [entry #2] (Security Overview)
definition (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
methods comparison between RMAN and user-managed (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
backup and recovery documentation (New Features)
Backup and Recovery Management Wizard (Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Enterprise Manager Concepts Guide)
backup and recovery solutions (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
backup and recovery strategies (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
backup and recovery tools
selecting (Administrator's Guide for Windows)
backup and recovery, database
overview (Enterprise Edition System Administration Guide for OS/390)
with RMAN (Enterprise Edition System Administration Guide for OS/390)
without RMAN (Enterprise Edition System Administration Guide for OS/390)
backup and recovery, managing (Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
backup and recovery, of directories (Directory Service Integration and Deployment Guide)
BACKUP ANY TABLE system privilege (SQL Reference)
BACKUP command (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
     [entry #2] (Recovery Manager Reference)
     [entry #3] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [entry #4] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
BACKUPSET option (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
COPIES parameter (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
CURRENT CONTROLFILE option (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
DELETE ALL INPUT option (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
DELETE INPUT option (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
FORMAT parameter (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
KEEP option (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
NOT BACKED UP SINCE clause (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
PLUS ARCHIVELOG option (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
PROXY ONLY option (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
PROXY option (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
SKIP OFFLINE option (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
VALIDATE option (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
BACKUP CONTROLFILE clause
ALTER DATABASE statement (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
of ALTER DATABASE (SQL Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL Reference)
     [subentry #3] (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
BACKUP CONTROLFILE TO TRACE clause
of ALTER DATABASE (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
     [subentry #2] (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
BACKUP COPIES parameter
CONFIGURE command (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
backup methods (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
comparison (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
feature comparison (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
backup mode (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
definition (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
ending with ALTER DATABASE END BACKUP (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
for online user-managed backups (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
instance failure (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
BACKUP networking parameter (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Net Services Reference Guide)
backup optimization
configuring (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
definition (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
disabling (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
enabling (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
recovery window and (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
redundancy and (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
retention policies and (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
BACKUP OPTIMIZATION option
of CONFIGURE (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
backup option (customizer harness) (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
backup pieces
definition (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
restricting size (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
backup retention policy (Enterprise Manager Concepts Guide)
definition (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
backup sets
backing up (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
configuring maximum size (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
creating by using BACKUP command (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
crosschecking (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
definition (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
duplexing (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
errors during creation (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
failover during backups (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
how RMAN generates (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
limiting size (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
multiplexing (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
naming (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
number (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
organizing (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
overview (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
restricting piece size (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
size (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
specifying maximum size (in bytes) (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
specifying number of (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
testing restore of (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
Backup Solutions Program (BSP) (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
Backup Wizard
configuration parameters
defined (Getting Started for Windows)
registry, defined (Getting Started for Windows)
preferred tools (Getting Started for Windows)
backup, tablespace (Enterprise Edition System Administration Guide for OS/390)
backups
after creating new databases (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Real Application Clusters Setup and Configuration)
guidelines (Administrator's Guide)
after OPEN RESETLOGS option (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
after RESETLOGS (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
after structural changes to database (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
after upgrading (Migration)
archived redo log (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
archived redo logs (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
backing up using RMAN (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
deletion after backing up (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
using RMAN (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
using RMAN (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
using RMAN (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
when needed (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
ARCHIVELOG mode in (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
automatic log switch during (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
availability (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
altering with CHANGE command (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
backup sets (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
backups of (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
before database creation (Real Application Clusters Setup and Configuration)
before upgrading (Migration)
choosing a strategy (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
closed (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
compatibility (Migration)
consistent
     [subentry #2] (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
making using RMAN (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
whole database (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
control file (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
using for recovery (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
using RMAN (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
using RMAN (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
control file autobackups (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
control files (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
binary (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
trace files (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
conversion to multi-instance (Real Application Clusters Setup and Configuration)
correlating RMAN channels with (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
crosschecking (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
cumulative incremental (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)
     [subentry #5] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #6] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #7] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #8] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #9] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #10] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
datafile (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
using RMAN (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
using RMAN (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
using RMAN (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
using RMAN (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
using RMAN (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
DBVERIFY utility (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
definition (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
deleting (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
determining datafile status (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
disk mirroring (Data Warehousing Guide)
distributed databases (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
ARCHIVELOG mode (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
NOARCHIVELOG mode (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
duplexing (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
EBU (Migration)
effects of archiving on (Administrator's Guide)
excluding tablespaces from backups (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
exempt from retention policy (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
expired
deleting (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
Export utility (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
failed RMAN (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
failover during BACKUP BACKUPSET (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
for replication (Advanced Replication)
frequency (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
full (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
general information about (Real Application Clusters Administration)
generating reports for (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
golden rule (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
guidelines (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
distributed database constraints (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
Export utility (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
frequency (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
often-used tablespaces (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
storing old backups (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
structural changes (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
testing strategies (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
unrecoverable objects (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
whole database backups after OPEN RESETLOGS (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
hung (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
image copies (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
inconsistent
     [subentry #2] (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
closed database (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
in NOARCHIVELOG mode (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
making using RMAN (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
whole database (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
incremental (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
differential (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
using RMAN (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
using RMAN (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
interrupted (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
keeping (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
keeping records (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
limiting datafiles in a backup set (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
limiting I/O rate (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
limiting number of open files during (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
listing files needed (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
logical (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
definition (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
long-term (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
changing status (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
methods
feature comparison (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
methods for making (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
multiple copies (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
NOARCHIVELOG mode, in (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
noncumulative incremental (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
obsolete
batch deletes (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
offline (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
offline datafiles (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
offline tablespaces (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
online (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
online datafiles (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
online redo logs (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
online tablespaces (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
optimizing (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
Oracle Real Application Clusters (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
overview (Concepts)
overview of RMAN (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
physical (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
definition (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
planning before database creation (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
preparing a strategy (Migration)
read-only tablespaces (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
records of (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
recovering pre-RESETLOGS (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
recovery catalog (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
Recovery Manager (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
Recovery Manager and EBU (Migration)
reporting objects needing backups (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
restartable (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
restoring dropped snapshots
Import (Utilities)
restoring user-managed (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
restoring whole database (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
RMAN error handling (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
server parameter file (Real Application Clusters Setup and Configuration)
server parameter files (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
specifying number of files in a backup set (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
split mirror (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
using RMAN (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
standby database
archived redo logs (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
interpreting RC_ARCHIVED_LOG view (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
overview of RMAN (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
restrictions (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
using RMAN (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
using RMAN (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
using RMAN (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
stored scripts (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
storing (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
tablespace (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
using RMAN (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
using RMAN (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
using RMAN (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
using RMAN (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
using RMAN (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
tags (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
techniques to avoid (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
test strategies (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
testing RMAN (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
using media manager (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
troubleshooting failed RMAN (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
types (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
types listed (Concepts)
user-managed (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
cataloging (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
overview (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
restoring (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
validating (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
verifying (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
whole database (Backup and Recovery Concepts)
preparing for (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
using RMAN (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
BACKUP_TAPE_IO_SLAVES initialization parameter (Reference)
     [entry #2] (Recovery Manager Reference)
     [entry #3] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [entry #4] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
setting with ALTER SYSTEM (SQL Reference)
Backus-Naur Form syntax
See syntax diagrams (Utilities)
backward compatibility
of ROWIDs (Migration)
Oracle SQLJ, general (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
to Oracle8/Oracle7 (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
to Oracle8i (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
backward compatibility for JPublisher (JPublisher User's Guide)
bad files
specifying for SQL*Loader (Utilities)
BAD parameter
for SQL*Loader command line (Utilities)
BADDN parameter
for SQL*Loader utility (Utilities)
BADFILE parameter
for SQL*Loader utility (Utilities)
BADLINE option (OLAP Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
BAD_COLUMN column
gaps in sequence numbers (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
introduction (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
listing (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
multiple destinations and (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
of DBA_LOGSTDBY_NOT_UNIQUE (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
recovering missing (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
registering recovered (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
specifying the location of with the TEMPLATE option (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
specifying the location on the standby database (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
standby databases and (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
switchover indicator (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
transmitting (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
balance
in data sample (Data Mining Concepts)
balancing tablespaces (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
BaliShare (Client Installation Guide for 32-Bit Windows)
     [entry #2] (Installation Guide for 32-Bit Windows)
Baltimore Technologies (Security Overview)
bandwidth (Concepts)
     [entry #2] (Data Warehousing Guide)
     [entry #3] (Data Warehousing Guide)
     [entry #4] (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
interconnect (Real Application Clusters Deployment and Performance)
network (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
banners
suppressing from DGMGRL command-line interface output (Data Guard Broker)
bar charts (Getting Started with Oracle Management Pack for Oracle Applications)
     [entry #2] (Getting Started with the Oracle Diagnostics Pack)
     [entry #3] (Getting Started with the Oracle Standard Management Pack)
base characters (Globalization Support Guide)
base index. See index. (Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
base letter (Globalization Support Guide)
base model (OLAP Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
BASE networking parameter (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Net Services Reference Guide)
base schema
attributes (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
deleting (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
modifying (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
object classes
modifying (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
base search (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
base tables
definition (Concepts)
base types (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
base-letter conversion (Text Application Developer's Guide)
BASE64_BINARY - oracle.xml.parser.schema.XSDTypeConstants.BASE64_BINARY (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
baseline
capturing definitions using Create Baseline (Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
     [subentry #2] (Getting Started with the Oracle Standard Management Pack)
capturing definitions using the command line interface (Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
creating (Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
     [subentry #2] (Getting Started with the Oracle Standard Management Pack)
creating a new version (Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
     [subentry #2] (Getting Started with the Oracle Standard Management Pack)
creating using the command line interface (Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
definition (Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
     [subentry #2] (Getting Started with the Oracle Standard Management Pack)
deleting (Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
     [subentry #2] (Getting Started with the Oracle Standard Management Pack)
deleting a previous version of (Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
     [subentry #2] (Getting Started with the Oracle Standard Management Pack)
exporting (Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
     [subentry #2] (Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
     [subentry #3] (Getting Started with the Oracle Standard Management Pack)
     [subentry #4] (Getting Started with the Oracle Standard Management Pack)
importing (Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
     [subentry #2] (Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
     [subentry #3] (Getting Started with the Oracle Standard Management Pack)
     [subentry #4] (Getting Started with the Oracle Standard Management Pack)
viewing (Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
     [subentry #2] (Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
     [subentry #3] (Getting Started with the Oracle Standard Management Pack)
     [subentry #4] (Getting Started with the Oracle Standard Management Pack)
viewing a previous version of (Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
     [subentry #2] (Getting Started with the Oracle Standard Management Pack)
viewing history entries for (Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
     [subentry #2] (Getting Started with the Oracle Standard Management Pack)
working with a particular version of (Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
     [subentry #2] (Getting Started with the Oracle Standard Management Pack)
Baseline Viewer
function of (Getting Started with Oracle Change Management Pack)
     [subentry #2] (Getting Started with the Oracle Standard Management Pack)
baselines (Performance Planning)
base_letter attribute (Text Reference)
BASE_URL - oracle.xml.jaxp.JXDocumentBuilderFactory.BASE_URL (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
BASE_URL - oracle.xml.parser.v2.XMLParser.BASE_URL (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
basic loops (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
Basic Statistics for Parse/Execute/Fetch drill-down data view (Getting Started with the Oracle Diagnostics Pack)
BasicPermission (Java Developer's Guide)
BASIC_LEXER (Text Application Developer's Guide)
BASIC_LEXER object (Text Reference)
supported character sets (Text Reference)
BASIC_LEXER system-defined preference (Text Reference)
BASIC_LEXER type
example (Text Reference)
BASIC_SECTION_GROUP object (Text Application Developer's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Text Reference)
     [entry #3] (Text Reference)
     [entry #4] (Text Reference)
BASIC_STOPLIST type (Text Reference)
BASIC_STORAGE object
attributes for (Text Reference)
defaults (Text Reference)
example (Text Reference)
BASIC_WORDLIST object
attributes for (Text Reference)
example (Text Reference)
batch error mode (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
batch fetch
     [entry #2] (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
advantage of (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
example (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
example of (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
number of rows returned (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
number of rows returned by (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
batch mode
     [entry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #3] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
setting the NLS_LANG parameter (Client Installation Guide for 32-Bit Windows)
     [subentry #2] (Installation Guide for 32-Bit Windows)
batch termination of hot backup mode (New Features)
batch updates
batch limit (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
batchable and compatible statements (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
batching incompatible statements (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
canceling a batch (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
cautions (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
enabling and disabling (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
error conditions during execution (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
explicit and implicit batch execution (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
overview (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
update counts (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
using implicit execution contexts (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
with respect to recursive call-ins (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
batch updates--see update batching (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (Support for JavaServer Pages Reference)
batch value
checking value (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
connection batch value, setting (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
connection vs. statement value (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
default value (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
overriding value (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
statement batch value, setting (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
batch window for aggregation (OLAP Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
batching line-mode commands (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
BatchUpdateException (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
Bayes' Theorem (Data Mining Concepts)
     [entry #2] (Data Mining Concepts)
BC datetime format element (SQL Reference)
     [entry #2] (SQL Reference)
BC4J
building XSQL clients (XML Developer's Kits Guide - XDK)
framework (XML Developer's Kits Guide - XDK)
JDeveloper (XML Developer's Kits Guide - XDK)
XSQL clients (XML Developer's Kits Guide - XDK)
BC4J, definition (XML Developer's Kits Guide - XDK)
BECOME USER system privilege (SQL Reference)
BEFORE clause
of CREATE TRIGGER (SQL Reference)
before starting the gateway (Transparent Gateway for DB2 Installation and User's Guide for IBM OS/390)
BEFORE triggers
     [entry #2] (Concepts)
     [entry #3] (SQL Reference)
complex security authorizations (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
correlation names and (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
defined (Concepts)
derived column values (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
specifying (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
when fired (Concepts)
before you perform a switchover operation (Data Guard Broker)
beforeAQOperation(HttpServletRequest, HttpServletResponse, AQxmlCallbackContext) (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
beforeFirst() method (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
beforeFirst() method (result sets) (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
BEGIN BACKUP clause
ALTER TABLESPACE statement (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (User-Managed Backup and Recovery Guide)
of ALTER TABLESPACE (SQL Reference)
BEGIN command (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
disabling (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
BEGINDATA parameter
for SQL*Loader control file (Utilities)
BeginDDL procedure (Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager)
     [entry #2] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
BeginResolve procedure (Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager)
     [entry #2] (Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference)
Begins With filter, in Oracle Directory Manager (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
BEGIN_SNAP variable (Performance Tuning Guide and Reference)
benchmarking workloads (Performance Planning)
benefits
Data Guard broker (Data Guard Broker)
benefits of Oracle Advanced Security (Advanced Security Administrator's Guide)
Bequeath protocol (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
BEQUEATH_DETACH networking parameter (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
best model
find (Data Mining Concepts)
in Model Seeker (Data Mining Concepts)
Best Practices (Intelligent Agent User's Guide)
Agent Compatibility (Intelligent Agent User's Guide)
Agent Configuration (Intelligent Agent User's Guide)
Agent Installation (Intelligent Agent User's Guide)
best practices (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
BetterDate (custom Java class) (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
BETWEEN comparison operator (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #3] (Performance Tuning Guide and Reference)
BFILE
     [entry #2] (interMedia User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #3] (interMedia User's Guide and Reference)
accessing data (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
class (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
creating and populating columns (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
datatype (SQL Reference)
     [subentry #2] (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
defined (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
introduction (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
locators (SQL Reference)
     [subentry #2] (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
getting from a result set (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
getting from callable statement (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
passing to callable statements (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
passing to prepared statements (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
manipulating data (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
reading data (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
BFILE class (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
Bfile class (Oracle C++ Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
methods (Oracle C++ Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
BFILE column (Text Application Developer's Guide)
indexing (Text Application Developer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Text Application Developer's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Text Reference)
BFILE columns
exporting (Utilities)
importing (Utilities)
BFILE data
loading into LOBs (Globalization Support Guide)
BFILE datatype (Concepts)
     [entry #2] (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #3] (Utilities)
BFILE locator, selecting (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
BFILE security (OLAP User's Guide)
BFILE-buffering (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
BfileInputStream(BFILE) (interMedia Java Classes User's Guide and Reference)
BfileInputStream(BFILE, int) (interMedia Java Classes User's Guide and Reference)
BFILENAME function (SQL Reference)
BFILENAME() (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
     [entry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
advantages of using (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
BFILES (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
definition (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
security (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
BFILEs (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [entry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [entry #3] (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
accessing (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
as stored function results (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
BFILE support (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
converting to CLOB or NCLOB (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
creating an object in object cache (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
datatype (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
     [subentry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
     [subentry #3] (Oracle C++ Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
DBMS_LOB read-only procedures (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
DBMS_LOB, offset and amount parameters in bytes (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
equal locators, check for (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
external datatype (Oracle C++ Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
hard links and symbolic links not allowed (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
initializing using BFILENAME() (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
locators (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
maximum number of open (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
     [subentry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
multi-threaded server (MTS) (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
     [subentry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
OCI functions to read/examine values (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
     [subentry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
OCI read-only functions (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
     [subentry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
opening and closing using JDBC (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
operating system files, and (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
Oracle Objects for OLE (OO4O)
opening/closing methods (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
properties (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
read-only methods (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
Pro*C/C++ precompiler statements (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
Pro*COBOL precompiler embedded SQL statements (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
reading with DBMS_LOB (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
reference semantics (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
rules for using (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
security (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
storage devices (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
streaming APIs (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
using JDBC to read/examine (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
using Pro*C/C++ precompiler to open and close (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
BI Beans
described (OLAP User's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (OLAP User's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (OLAP User's Guide)
thick-client configuration (OLAP User's Guide)
thin-client configuration (OLAP User's Guide)
big bang rollout strategy (Performance Planning)
big endian data
external tables (Utilities)
BigDecimal
mapping (for attributes) (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
support (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
BigDecimal mapping (JPublisher User's Guide)
BigDecimal mapping (for attributes) (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
BINARY
format column value (Text Application Developer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Text Reference)
BINARY - oracle.xml.parser.schema.XSDTypeConstants.BINARY (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
binary attribute (Text Reference)
     [entry #2] (Text Reference)
binary configuration file (Data Guard Broker)
     [entry #2] (Data Guard Broker)
binary data
     [entry #2] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for UNIX)
     [entry #3] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for Windows)
     [entry #4] (XML Developer's Kits Guide - XDK)
BFILEs (Concepts)
BLOBs (Concepts)
RAW and LONG RAW (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [subentry #2] (Concepts)
binary data, reasons to avoid in JSP (Support for JavaServer Pages Reference)
binary file deployment (Support for JavaServer Pages Reference)
binary file location, ojspc d option (Support for JavaServer Pages Reference)
binary files
formatting using Oracle Trace (Performance Tuning Guide and Reference)
binary large object (Data Cartridge Developer's Guide)
Binary Large Object, definition (XML Developer's Kits Guide - XDK)
binary large objects. (SQL Reference)
binary literal notation (Oracle Transparent Gateway for IBM DB2/400 Installation and User's Guide for IBM AS/400)
binary operators (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (SQL Reference)
binary portability of profiles (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
binary sort (Globalization Support Guide)
example (Globalization Support Guide)
BINARY_INTEGER datatype (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
bind
authorization check (Enterprise Edition System Administration Guide for OS/390)
defined (Enterprise Edition System Administration Guide for OS/390)
bind argument (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
bind arrays
determining size of for SQL*Loader (Utilities)
minimizing SQL*Loader memory requirements (Utilities)
minimum requirements (Utilities)
size with multiple SQL*Loader INTO TABLE statements (Utilities)
specifying maximum size (Utilities)
specifying number of rows (Utilities)
SQL*Loader performance implications (Utilities)
bind descriptor (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [entry #3] (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [entry #4] (Pro*PL/1 Supplement to the Oracle Precompilers Guide)
definition of (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
descriptor areas (Pro*PL/1 Supplement to the Oracle Precompilers Guide)
information in (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
bind descriptor area (Pro*PL/1 Supplement to the Oracle Precompilers Guide)
bind descriptors
information in (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
bind event (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
bind functions (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
bind handle
attributes (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
description (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
bind mode (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
bind operation (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
     [entry #3] (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
associations made (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
example (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
initializing variables (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
LOBs (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
named datatypes (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
named versus positional (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
OCI array interface (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
OCI_DATA_AT_EXEC mode (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
PL/SQL (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
positional versus named (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
REF cursor variables (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
REFs (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
steps used (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
bind operations
in bind operations (Oracle C++ Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
out bind operations (Oracle C++ Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
Bind Package Stored Procedure
     [entry #2] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for Windows)
     [entry #3] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for Windows)
     [entry #4] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for Windows)
     [entry #5] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for Windows)
DB2/400 (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for UNIX)
DB2/OS390 (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for UNIX)
DB2/UDB (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for UNIX)
DB2/VM (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for UNIX)
BIND privilege
     [entry #2] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for Windows)
     [entry #3] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for Windows)
     [entry #4] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for Windows)
     [entry #5] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for Windows)
DB2/OS390 (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for UNIX)
DB2/UDB (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for UNIX)
DB2/VM (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for UNIX)
bind queries
executing using pass-through SQL (Heterogeneous Connectivity Administrator's Guide)
bind SQLDA
     [entry #2] (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
purpose of (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Pro*PL/1 Supplement to the Oracle Precompilers Guide)
bind variables (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [entry #2] (Performance Tuning Guide and Reference)
     [entry #3] (Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
     [entry #4] (Oracle Transparent Gateway for IBM DB2/400 Installation and User's Guide for IBM AS/400)
     [entry #5] (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
     [entry #6] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #7] (Transparent Gateway for DB2 Installation and User's Guide for IBM OS/390)
     [entry #8] (Transparent Gateway for DB2 Installation and User's Guide for IBM OS/390)
     [entry #9] (Transparent Gateway for DB2 Installation and User's Guide for IBM OS/390)
     [entry #10] (Transparent Gateway for DB2 Installation and User's Guide for IBM OS/390)
     [entry #11] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for UNIX)
     [entry #12] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for Windows)
creating (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
displaying (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
displaying automatically (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
in PL/SQL blocks (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
in SQL statements (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
in the COPY command (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
input host variables (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
known restrictions (Transparent Gateway for DB2 Installation and User's Guide for IBM OS/390)
optimization (Performance Tuning Guide and Reference)
restriction (Oracle Transparent Gateway for IBM DB2/400 Installation and User's Guide for IBM AS/400)
     [subentry #2] (Oracle Transparent Gateway for IBM DB2/400 Installation and User's Guide for IBM AS/400)
restrictions (Transparent Gateway for DB2 Installation and User's Guide for IBM OS/390)
     [subentry #2] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for UNIX)
     [subentry #3] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for Windows)
user-defined types (Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Object-Relational Features)
bind-by-identifier option (sqlj -bind-by-identifier) (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
BINDADD authority (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for UNIX)
     [entry #2] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for Windows)
BINDADD privilege
     [entry #2] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for Windows)
     [entry #3] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for Windows)
     [entry #4] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for Windows)
     [entry #5] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for Windows)
DB2/OS390 (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for UNIX)
DB2/UDB (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for UNIX)
DB2/VM (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for UNIX)
BINDAGENT privilege
     [entry #2] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for Windows)
     [entry #3] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for Windows)
     [entry #4] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for Windows)
     [entry #5] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for Windows)
DB2/OS390 (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for UNIX)
DB2/UDB (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for UNIX)
DB2/VM (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for UNIX)
BINDING
command-line option (SQL*Module for Ada Programmer's Guide)
binding (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
arrays (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
buffer expansion (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
clearBindValues() (XML Developer's Kits Guide - XDK)
definition of (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
early (SQL*Module for Ada Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (SQL*Module for Ada Programmer's Guide)
late (SQL*Module for Ada Programmer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (SQL*Module for Ada Programmer's Guide)
OCINumber (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
PL/SQL placeholders (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
setBindValue (XML Developer's Kits Guide - XDK)
summary (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
values to queries in XSU PL/SQL API (XML Developer's Kits Guide - XDK)
binding and defining CLOB and NCLOB data in OCI (Globalization Support Guide)
binding and defining SQL CHAR datatypes in OCI (Globalization Support Guide)
binding and defining SQL NCHAR datatypes in OCI (Globalization Support Guide)
BINDING clause
of CREATE OPERATOR (SQL Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL Reference)
BINDING command-line option (SQL*Module for Ada Programmer's Guide)
binding data to internal LOBs, restriction removal (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
binding host variables (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
binding LONG columns or LOB columns, but not both (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
Binding property (Data Guard Broker)
binding the DRDA package
     [entry #2] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for Windows)
     [entry #3] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for Windows)
     [entry #4] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for Windows)
     [entry #5] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for Windows)
     [entry #6] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for Windows)
backward compatibility (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for UNIX)
     [subentry #2] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for Windows)
DB2/400 (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for UNIX)
DB2/OS390 (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for UNIX)
DB2/UDB (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for UNIX)
DB2/VM (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for UNIX)
on DB2/UDB (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for UNIX)
     [subentry #2] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for Windows)
on DRDA server (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for UNIX)
pre-binding checklist (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for UNIX)
upgrading from Version 3 (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for Windows)
binds
HEX to RAW or RAW to HEX conversion (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
See also INSERT statements and UPDATE statements (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
updating more than 4,000 bytes
internal persistent LOBs (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
BINDSIZE parameter
for SQL*Loader command line (Utilities)
     [subentry #2] (Utilities)
BIND_INOUT_VARIABLE procedure (Heterogeneous Connectivity Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Heterogeneous Connectivity Administrator's Guide)
BIND_OUT_VARIABLE procedure (Heterogeneous Connectivity Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Heterogeneous Connectivity Administrator's Guide)
BIND_VARIABLE procedure (Heterogeneous Connectivity Administrator's Guide)
binning (Data Mining Concepts)
automated (Data Mining Concepts)
for k-means (Data Mining Concepts)
for O-Cluster (Data Mining Concepts)
manual (Data Mining Concepts)
sample programs (Data Mining Concepts)
BIN_TO_NUM function (SQL Reference)
biometric authorization (Security Overview)
     [entry #2] (Security Overview)
bit vectors
converting to numbers (SQL Reference)
bit-mapped indexes (Performance Planning)
BITAND function (SQL Reference)
BITMAP clause
of CREATE INDEX (SQL Reference)
BITMAP CONVERSION row source (Performance Tuning Guide and Reference)
Bitmap Indexes
definition (Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
bitmap indexes (Concepts)
     [entry #2] (Performance Tuning Guide and Reference)
     [entry #3] (Performance Tuning Guide and Reference)
     [entry #4] (SQL Reference)
     [entry #5] (Data Warehousing Guide)
cardinality (Concepts)
compared with B-tree indexes (Performance Tuning Guide and Reference)
creating join indexes (SQL Reference)
inlist iterator (Performance Tuning Guide and Reference)
invalidations (Migration)
during upgrade (Migration)
maintenance (Performance Tuning Guide and Reference)
nulls and (Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Concepts)
     [subentry #3] (Data Warehousing Guide)
on index-organized tables (Performance Tuning Guide and Reference)
on partitioned tables (Data Warehousing Guide)
parallel query and DML (Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Data Warehousing Guide)
when to use (Performance Tuning Guide and Reference)
bitmap join indexes (Performance Tuning Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (Data Warehousing Guide)
bitmap merge area size (Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
bitmap secondary indexes
dropping from index-organized tables (Migration)
bitmap tablespace management (Concepts)
bitmaps
automatic segment-space management (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
mapping to rowids (Performance Tuning Guide and Reference)
to manage free space (Concepts)
BITMAP_MERGE_AREA_SIZE initialization parameter (Performance Tuning Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (Performance Tuning Guide and Reference)
     [entry #3] (Reference)
setting with ALTER SYSTEM (SQL Reference)
bitStringMatch matching rule (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
bitwise operations (Migration Workbench Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ))
calling
cross-database procedures (Migration Workbench Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ))
BIT_AND function (Procedural Gateway for APPC User's Guide for UNIX)
     [entry #2] (Procedural Gateway for APPC User's Guide for Windows)
BIT_COMPLEMENT function (Procedural Gateway for APPC User's Guide for UNIX)
     [entry #2] (Procedural Gateway for APPC User's Guide for Windows)
BIT_OR function (Procedural Gateway for APPC User's Guide for UNIX)
     [entry #2] (Procedural Gateway for APPC User's Guide for Windows)
BIT_XOR function (Procedural Gateway for APPC User's Guide for UNIX)
     [entry #2] (Procedural Gateway for APPC User's Guide for Windows)
Blackouts (Intelligent Agent User's Guide)
command samples (Intelligent Agent User's Guide)
commands (Intelligent Agent User's Guide)
defining (Intelligent Agent User's Guide)
Blackouts (paging/email) (Enterprise Manager Concepts Guide)
blackouts, paging/email (Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
blank line
in PL/SQL blocks (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
in SQL commands (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
preserving in SQL commands (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
blank padding
specifying in format models (SQL Reference)
suppressing (SQL Reference)
blank padding data
performance considerations (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
blank trimming (Database Tuning with the Oracle Tuning Pack)
blank-padded comparison semantics (SQL Reference)
blank-padding semantics (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
blanks
loading fields consisting of blanks (Utilities)
SQL*Loader BLANKS parameter for field comparison (Utilities)
trailing (Utilities)
trimming (Utilities)
external tables (Utilities)
whitespace (Utilities)
BLANKS parameter
for SQL*Loader utility (Utilities)
BLANK_TRIMMING initialization parameter (Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Reference)
setting with ALTER SYSTEM (SQL Reference)
BLANK_TRIMMING parameter (Globalization Support Guide)
BLOB (Data Cartridge Developer's Guide)
     [entry #2] (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
class (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
creating and populating (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
creating columns (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
datatype (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
EMPTY_BLOB function (Data Cartridge Developer's Guide)
getting locators (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
introduction (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
locators
getting from result set (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
selecting (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
manipulating data (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
populating columns (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
reading data (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
reading data, 8-6 (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
writing data (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
BLOB (binary large object) datatype (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [entry #2] (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
Blob class (Oracle C++ Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
methods (Oracle C++ Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
BLOB column (Text Application Developer's Guide)
indexing (Text Application Developer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Text Application Developer's Guide)
     [subentry #3] (Text Reference)
loading example (Text Reference)
BLOB datatype (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (SQL Reference)
transactional support (SQL Reference)
BLOB support (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
BLOB, definition (XML Developer's Kits Guide - XDK)
BLOB-buffering (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
BlobInputStream(BLOB) (interMedia Java Classes User's Guide and Reference)
BlobInputStream(BLOB, int) (interMedia Java Classes User's Guide and Reference)
BlobOutputStream(BLOB) (interMedia Java Classes User's Guide and Reference)
BlobOutputStream(BLOB, int) (interMedia Java Classes User's Guide and Reference)
BLOBs
     [entry #2] (Migration Workbench Reference Guide for Informix Dynamic Server 7.3 Migrations)
class (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
creating indexes (Globalization Support Guide)
datatype (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
     [subentry #2] (Oracle C++ Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
DBMS_LOB, offset and amount parameters in bytes (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
external datatype (Oracle C++ Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
modify using DBMS_LOB (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
using JDBC to modify (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
using JDBC to read/examine BLOB values (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
using oracle.sql.BLOB methods to modify (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
BLOBs (binary large objects) (Concepts)
datatype (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
BLOBs in table partitions
using interMedia column objects (interMedia User's Guide and Reference)
block changes per transaction
defined (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
block corruptions
stored in V$DATABASE_BLOCK_CORRUPTION (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
block get rate
defined (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
Block Media Recovery (Enterprise Manager Concepts Guide)
     [entry #2] (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
block media recovery (New Features)
     [entry #2] (New Features)
     [entry #3] (New Features)
     [entry #4] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
guidelines (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
overview (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
block mode conversions
statistics for (Real Application Clusters Deployment and Performance)
block range granules (Data Warehousing Guide)
block sampling (Performance Tuning Guide and Reference)
block size
     [entry #2] (Administrator's Reference for UNIX Systems: AIX-Based Systems, Compaq Tru64 UNIX, HP 9000 Series HP-UX, Linux Intel, and Sun Solaris)
increasing for query performance (Real Application Clusters Deployment and Performance)
maximum (Administrator's Guide for Windows)
parameter (Administrator's Guide for Windows)
tuning (Administrator's Reference for UNIX Systems: AIX-Based Systems, Compaq Tru64 UNIX, HP 9000 Series HP-UX, Linux Intel, and Sun Solaris)
block transfers
analyzing (Real Application Clusters Deployment and Performance)
block visits per transaction
defined (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
block-level recovery (Concepts)
blocking modes (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
blocking operations
tuning queries with (Text Application Developer's Guide)
blocking transactions (Concepts)
BLOCKRECOVER command (Recovery Manager Reference)
     [entry #2] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
     [entry #3] (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
blocks
anonymous (Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Concepts)
     [subentry #3] (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
associated with instance (Real Application Clusters Administration)
     [subentry #2] (Real Application Clusters Administration)
block size
DB_BLOCK_SIZE initialization parameter (Migration)
minimums for upgrading (Migration)
database (Concepts)
images (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
label (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
modifications to multiple versions (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
PCM lock (Reference)
PL/SQL (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
redo log (Reference)
size (Reference)
     [subentry #2] (Reference)
     [subentry #3] (Reference)
     [subentry #4] (Reference)
structure (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
writing to disk (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
blocks for each file, maximum (Administrator's Guide for Windows)
cold backups, performing (Administrator's Guide for Windows)
commands
ALTER DATABASE ARCHIVELOG (Administrator's Guide for Windows)
ARCHIVE LOG LIST (Administrator's Guide for Windows)
CREATE DATABASE (Administrator's Guide for Windows)
NET START (Administrator's Guide for Windows)
REGEDT32 (Administrator's Guide for Windows)
blocks, PL/SQL
continuing (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
editing in buffer (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
editing with host system editor (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
entering and executing (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
listing current in buffer (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
run from SQL buffer (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
saving current (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
setting character used to end (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
stored in SQL buffer (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
timing statistics (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
within SQL commands (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
BLOCKSIZE clause
of CREATE TABLESPACE (Administrator's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (SQL Reference)
BLOCKSIZE data area (Oracle Transparent Gateway for IBM DB2/400 Installation and User's Guide for IBM AS/400)
Blocksize data area (Access Manager for AS/400 Installation and User's Guide)
blocksize, logical (Enterprise Edition System Administration Guide for OS/390)
BLOCKTERMINATOR (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)
     [entry #4] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
BNDDFCLP variable (SQLDA) (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
BNDDFCRCP variable (SQLDA) (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
BNDDFMT variable (SQLDA) (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
BNDDH-CUR-VNAMEL variable (SQLDA) (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
BNDDH-MAX-VNAMEL variable (SQLDA) (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
BNDDH-VNAME variable (SQLDA) (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
BNDDI variable (SQLDA) (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
BNDDI-CUR-VNAMEL variable (SQLDA) (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
BNDDI-MAX-VNAMEL variable (SQLDA) (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
BNDDI-VNAME variable (SQLDA) (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
BNDDV variable (SQLDA) (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
BNDDVLN variable (SQLDA) (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
BNDDVTYP variable (SQLDA) (Pro*COBOL Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
BNF
See syntax diagrams (Utilities)
body
cursor (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
function (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
method (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
object (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
package (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (Java Stored Procedures Developer's Guide)
procedure (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
SQL object type (Java Stored Procedures Developer's Guide)
BODY clause
     [entry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
of ALTER PACKAGE (SQL Reference)
BODY option (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
BOLD clause (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
books
other recommended reading (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for UNIX)
BooksOnLine sample application (Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing)
using JMS (Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing)
Boolean
constants (OLAP Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
     [subentry #2] (OLAP Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
data type (OLAP Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
     [subentry #2] (OLAP Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
BOOLEAN - oracle.xml.parser.schema.XSDTypeConstants.BOOLEAN (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
BOOLEAN datatype (Concepts)
     [entry #2] (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
Boolean expressions (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [entry #2] (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
creating (OLAP Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
defined (OLAP Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
example of (OLAP Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
involving NA values (OLAP Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
operators (OLAP Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
values (OLAP Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
with more than one dimension (OLAP Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
Boolean literals (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
Boolean OLAP API data type (OLAP Developer's Guide to the OLAP API)
     [entry #2] (OLAP Developer's Guide to the OLAP API)
     [entry #3] (OLAP Developer's Guide to the OLAP API)
Boolean operators
evaluation order (OLAP Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
table of (OLAP Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
Boolean parameters, restrictions (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
BOOLEAN type (PL/SQL) (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
boot file
customizing (Procedural Gateway and Tools for IBM MQSeries for UNIX)
default file name (Procedural Gateway and Tools for IBM MQSeries for UNIX)
required entries (Procedural Gateway and Tools for IBM MQSeries for UNIX)
     [subentry #2] (Procedural Gateway and Tools for IBM MQSeries for UNIX)
bootone command (Real Application Clusters Real Application Clusters Guard I - Concepts and Administration)
     [entry #2] (Real Application Clusters Real Application Clusters Guard I - Concepts and Administration)
bootstrap ACL (XML Database Developer's Guide - Oracle XML DB)
BOOTSTRAP parameter in ORAPARAM.INI (Universal Installer Concepts Guide)
bootstrap shell scripts (Procedural Gateway for APPC Installation and Configuration Guide for UNIX)
     [entry #2] (Procedural Gateway for APPC Installation and Configuration Guide for UNIX)
bootstrapping (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
a connected directory from Oracle Internet Directory (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
Oracle Internet Directory from a connected directory (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
Oracle Internet Directory from Oracle HR (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
BOOTSTRAP_SIZE parameter in ORAPARAM.INI (Universal Installer Concepts Guide)
bottlenecks
disk I/O (Performance Tuning Guide and Reference)
fixing (Performance Planning)
identifying (Performance Planning)
memory (Performance Tuning Guide and Reference)
resource (Performance Tuning Guide and Reference)
bound fillers (Utilities)
boundaries parameter
Character Set Scanner (Globalization Support Guide)
bounding rectangle
minimum (Spatial User's Guide and Reference)
Bourne shell
     [entry #2] (Procedural Gateway for APPC Installation and Configuration Guide for UNIX)
     [entry #3] (Procedural Gateway for APPC Installation and Configuration Guide for UNIX)
DISPLAY (Procedural Gateway and Tools for IBM MQSeries for UNIX)
ORACLE_HOME (Procedural Gateway and Tools for IBM MQSeries for UNIX)
     [subentry #2] (Procedural Gateway and Tools for IBM MQSeries for UNIX)
     [subentry #3] (Procedural Gateway and Tools for IBM MQSeries for UNIX)
setting ORACLE_HOME variable (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for UNIX)
TMP (Procedural Gateway and Tools for IBM MQSeries for UNIX)
BPXPRMxx member (Enterprise Edition System Administration Guide for OS/390)
     [entry #2] (Transparent Gateway for DB2 Installation and User's Guide for IBM OS/390)
brace escape character (Text Reference)
braces (SQL*Module for Ada Programmer's Guide)
brackets (SQL*Module for Ada Programmer's Guide)
altering precedence (Text Reference)
     [subentry #2] (Text Reference)
grouping character (Text Reference)
branch blocks (Concepts)
branch qualifier (distributed transactions) (JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference)
branches
detaching (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
resuming (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
branching in programs (OLAP Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
BREAK action
of WHENEVER (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
break columns (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
inserting space when value changes (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
specifying multiple (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
suppressing duplicate values in (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
BREAK command (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
and SQL ORDER BY clause (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)
     [subentry #4] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
clearing BREAKS (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
displaying column values in titles (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
DUPLICATES clause (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
inserting space after every row (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
inserting space when break column changes (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
listing current break definition (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
ON column clause (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
ON expr clause (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
ON REPORT clause (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
ON ROW clause (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
printing "grand" and "sub" summaries (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
printing summary lines at ends of reports (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
removing definition (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
SKIP clause (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
SKIP PAGE clause (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)
specifying multiple break columns (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
storing current date in variable for titles (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
suppressing duplicate values (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
used in conjunction with COMPUTE (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
used in conjunction with SET COLSEP (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
used to format a REFCURSOR variable (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
used with COMPUTE (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)
break definition
listing current (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
removing current (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
BREAKS clause (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
broadcast
distribution value (Performance Tuning Guide and Reference)
Broadcast Message task (Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide)
broader term operators
example (Text Reference)
broader term query feedback (Text Reference)
broken jobs
about (Administrator's Guide)
running (Administrator's Guide)
broker (Concepts)
components (Data Guard Broker)
configuration dependencies (Data Guard Broker)
Data Guard configuration file (Data Guard Broker)
definition (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
forced failover operations (Data Guard Broker)
graceful failover operations (Data Guard Broker)
installation (Data Guard Broker)
introduction (Data Guard Broker)
     [subentry #2] (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
log transport services verification (Data Guard Broker)
managing database resources (Data Guard Broker)
managing site resources (Data Guard Broker)
performing failover operations (Data Guard Broker)
performing switchover operations (Data Guard Broker)
user interfaces (Data Guard Broker)
     [subentry #2] (Data Guard Broker)
broker configurations (Data Guard Broker)
benefits (Data Guard Broker)
components (Data Guard Broker)
creating (Data Guard Broker)
     [subentry #2] (Data Guard Broker)
     [subentry #3] (Data Guard Broker)
     [subentry #4] (Data Guard Broker)
     [subentry #5] (Data Guard Broker)
Data Guard configuration file (Data Guard Broker)
dependencies (Data Guard Broker)
     [subentry #2] (Data Guard Broker)
disabling a database resource (Data Guard Broker)
     [subentry #2] (Data Guard Broker)
     [subentry #3] (Data Guard Broker)
displaying dependencies (Data Guard Broker)
enabling (Data Guard Broker)
     [subentry #2] (Data Guard Broker)
     [subentry #3] (Data Guard Broker)
     [subentry #4] (Data Guard Broker)
     [subentry #5] (Data Guard Broker)
health (Data Guard Broker)
     [subentry #2] (Data Guard Broker)
importing standby databases (Data Guard Broker)
life cycle (Data Guard Broker)
management (Data Guard Broker)
     [subentry #2] (Data Guard Broker)
     [subentry #3] (Data Guard Broker)
     [subentry #4] (Data Guard Broker)
objects (Data Guard Broker)
     [subentry #2] (Data Guard Broker)
Oracle Net configuration (Data Guard Broker)
     [subentry #2] (Data Guard Broker)
overview (Data Guard Broker)
properties (Data Guard Broker)
     [subentry #2] (Data Guard Broker)
protection modes (Data Guard Broker)
state transitions (Data Guard Broker)
     [subentry #2] (Data Guard Broker)
states (Data Guard Broker)
     [subentry #2] (Data Guard Broker)
status modes (Data Guard Broker)
supported (Data Guard Broker)
     [subentry #2] (Data Guard Broker)
browse button (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
browser, web (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
BROWSE_WORDS procedure (Text Reference)
browsing (Advanced Security Administrator's Guide)
browsing registered services (Dynamic Services User's and Administrator's Guide)
browsing words in index (Text Reference)
BSP. See Backup Solutions Program (BSP) (Recovery Manager User's Guide)
BSTAT/ESTAT scripts (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Performance Planning)
BT function (Text Reference)
BT operator (Text Reference)
BTG function (Text Reference)
BTG operator (Text Reference)
BTI function (Text Reference)
BTI operator (Text Reference)
BTITLE clause (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
BTITLE command (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
aligning title 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 titles (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)
old form (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
printing blank lines before bottom title (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
referencing column value variable (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
RIGHT 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)
TAB clause (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
TTITLE command (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
BTP function (Text Reference)
BTP operator (Text Reference)
BTREE indexes in aggregation (OLAP Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
     [entry #2] (OLAP Developer's Guide to the OLAP DML)
BUFFER
parameter for imp (Administrator's Reference for UNIX Systems: AIX-Based Systems, Compaq Tru64 UNIX, HP 9000 Series HP-UX, Linux Intel, and Sun Solaris)
buffer (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
appending text to a line in (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
delete a single line (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
delete the current line (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
delete the last line (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
deleting a range of lines (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
deleting a single line (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
deleting all lines (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)
deleting lines from (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
deleting the current line (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
deleting the last line (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
executing contents (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)
inserting new line in (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
listing a range of lines (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
listing a single line (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
listing all lines (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
listing contents (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
listing the current line (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
listing the last line (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
loading into host system editor (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
saving contents (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
buffer area (Spatial User's Guide and Reference)
buffer busy wait events (Performance Tuning Guide and Reference)
actions (Performance Tuning Guide and Reference)
buffer cache
adjusting size for Real Application Clusters (Real Application Clusters Deployment and Performance)
as a statistics source (Real Application Clusters Deployment and Performance)
instance recovery (Real Application Clusters Administration)
buffer cache management (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
buffer cache size (Administrator's Reference for UNIX Systems: AIX-Based Systems, Compaq Tru64 UNIX, HP 9000 Series HP-UX, Linux Intel, and Sun Solaris)
tuning (Administrator's Reference for UNIX Systems: AIX-Based Systems, Compaq Tru64 UNIX, HP 9000 Series HP-UX, Linux Intel, and Sun Solaris)
buffer cache, adjusting for optimal performance (Enterprise Edition System Administration Guide for OS/390)
buffer caches (Concepts)
     [entry #2] (Concepts)
     [entry #3] (Performance Planning)
database (Concepts)
     [subentry #2] (Concepts)
definition (Concepts)
extended buffer cache (32-bit) (Concepts)
multiple buffer pools (Concepts)
reducing buffers (Performance Tuning Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (Performance Tuning Guide and Reference)
buffer caches, size (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
BUFFER clause (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)
buffer expansion during binding (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
buffer flushing, described (Net Services Administrator's Guide)
buffer manager (Administrator's Reference for UNIX Systems: AIX-Based Systems, Compaq Tru64 UNIX, HP 9000 Series HP-UX, Linux Intel, and Sun Solaris)
     [entry #2] (Administrator's Reference for UNIX Systems: AIX-Based Systems, Compaq Tru64 UNIX, HP 9000 Series HP-UX, Linux Intel, and Sun Solaris)
BUFFER parameter
for Export utility (Utilities)
for Import utility (Utilities)
buffer pools (Concepts)
default cache (Performance Tuning Guide and Reference)
KEEP cache (Performance Tuning Guide and Reference)
multiple (Performance Tuning Guide and Reference)
RECYCLE cache (Performance Tuning Guide and Reference)
buffer sizes
IPC, adjusting for Real Application Clusters (Real Application Clusters Deployment and Performance)
buffer state (Real Application Clusters Concepts)
BUFFER variable (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
buffer-cache
tuning (Administrator's Reference for UNIX Systems: AIX-Based Systems, Compaq Tru64 UNIX, HP 9000 Series HP-UX, Linux Intel, and Sun Solaris)
buffering
disable
internal persistent LOBs (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
enable
internal persistent LOBs (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
flush
internal persistent LOBs (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
LOB buffering subsystem (Application Developer's Guide - Large Objects (LOBs))
buffering LOB operations (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
buffers
buffer cache in SGA (Administrator's Guide)
calculating for export (Utilities)
database buffer cache
incremental checkpoint (Concepts)
multiple rows (Heterogeneous Connectivity Administrator's Guide)
redo log (Concepts)
redo log, definition (Concepts)
space required by
VARCHAR data in SQL*Loader (Utilities)
specifying with SQL*Loader BINDSIZE parameter (Utilities)
BUFFER_POOL parameter
of STORAGE clause (SQL Reference)
BUFFER_POOL storage parameter
description (Administrator's Guide)
BUFFER_POOL_KEEP initialization parameter (Concepts)
     [entry #2] (Reference)
setting with ALTER SYSTEM (SQL Reference)
BUFFER_POOL_KEEP parameter (interMedia User's Guide and Reference)
BUFFER_POOL_RECYCLE initialization parameter (Concepts)
     [entry #2] (Reference)
setting with ALTER SYSTEM (SQL Reference)
BUFFER_POOL_RECYCLE parameter (interMedia User's Guide and Reference)
bug
debugging (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for UNIX)
     [subentry #2] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for UNIX)
     [subentry #3] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for UNIX)
     [subentry #4] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for Windows)
     [subentry #5] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for Windows)
     [subentry #6] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for Windows)
debugging with Startup Shell Script (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for UNIX)
number 205538 (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for UNIX)
     [subentry #2] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for Windows)
bugs
bypassing a bug in IDMS-DC (Procedural Gateway for APPC Installation and Configuration Guide for UNIX)
     [subentry #2] (Procedural Gateway for APPC Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows)
fixed in previous releases (Procedural Gateway for APPC Installation and Configuration Guide for UNIX)
fixed in this release (Procedural Gateway for APPC Installation and Configuration Guide for UNIX)
bugs fixed as of this release (Access Manager for AS/400 Installation and User's Guide)
bugs fixed in this release (Procedural Gateway and Tools for IBM MQSeries for MS Windows)
     [entry #2] (Procedural Gateway and Tools for IBM MQSeries for UNIX)
     [entry #3] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for UNIX)
     [entry #4] (Transparent Gateway for IBM DRDA Installation and User's Guide for Windows)
build data
describe (Data Mining Concepts)
BUILD DEFERRED clause
of CREATE MATERIALIZED VIEW (SQL Reference)
BUILD IMMEDIATE clause
of CREATE MATERIALIZED VIEW (SQL Reference)
build methods (Data Warehousing Guide)
build model (Data Mining Concepts)
BUILD procedure
of DBMS_LOGSTDBY (Data Guard Concepts and Administration)
build result object (Data Mining Concepts)
building OCI applications on Unix (Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
Built-in Action Handler (XML Developer's Kits Guide - XDK)
Built-in Action Handler, XSQL (XML Developer's Kits Guide - XDK)
built-in extraction support (interMedia Annotator User's Guide)
built-in functions (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
     [entry #2] (Migration Workbench Reference Guide for Informix Dynamic Server 7.3 Migrations)
Capture of ESQL/C Source Files (Migration Workbench Reference Guide for Informix Dynamic Server 7.3 Migrations)
Capture Wizard (Migration Workbench Reference Guide for Informix Dynamic Server 7.3 Migrations)
check constraints (Migration Workbench Reference Guide for Informix Dynamic Server 7.3 Migrations)
clauses
DOCUMENT (Migration Workbench Reference Guide for Informix Dynamic Server 7.3 Migrations)
when MATCHES are not converted (Migration Workbench Reference Guide for Informix Dynamic Server 7.3 Migrations)
builtintypes option (JPublisher User's Guide)
builtintypes option (JPublisher -builtintypes) (SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference)
bulk binds (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
     [entry #2] (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
DML statements (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
FOR loops (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
SELECT statements (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
usage (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
BULK COLLECT clause (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
bulk data loading methods (interMedia User's Guide and Reference)
bulk fetches (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
optimizing data transfers using (Heterogeneous Connectivity Administrator's Guide)
bulk loading failure (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
bulk loading of spatial data (Spatial User's Guide and Reference)
bulk returns (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
bulk tools
     [entry #2] (Internet Directory Application Developer's Guide)
syntax (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
bulk updates (Advanced Replication)
bulkdelete (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #3] (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
and Globalization Support (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
syntax (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
bulkload (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #2] (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #3] (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
     [entry #4] (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
-load option (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
.dat files (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
and Globalization Support (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
check mode, performing on LDIF files (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
creating indexes (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
generating input files (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
log file location (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
syntax (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
bulkmodify (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
and Globalization Support (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
LDIF file-based modification (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
syntax (Internet Directory Administrator's Guide)
Business Components for Java
definition (XML Developer's Kits Guide - XDK)
XSQL clients (XML Developer's Kits Guide - XDK)
Business Components for Java (BC4J) Runtime
installation types available with (Installation Guide for 32-Bit Windows)
Business Components for Java, installation types available with (Installation Guide for UNIX Systems: AIX-Based Systems, Compaq Tru64 UNIX, HP 9000 Series HP-UX, Linux Intel and Sun Solaris)
business logic (Performance Planning)
     [entry #2] (Performance Planning)
business rules
enforcing in application code (Concepts)
enforcing using stored procedures (Concepts)
enforcing with constraints (Concepts)
advantages of (Concepts)
Business-to-Business (XML Developer's Kits Guide - XDK)
Business-to-Consumer, definition (XML Developer's Kits Guide - XDK)
buttons
browse (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
cancel (Procedural Gateway and Tools for IBM MQSeries for MS Windows)
     [subentry #2] (Procedural Gateway and Tools for IBM MQSeries for UNIX)
     [subentry #3] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #4] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #5] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
clear screen (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
close (Procedural Gateway and Tools for IBM MQSeries for MS Windows)
     [subentry #2] (Procedural Gateway and Tools for IBM MQSeries for UNIX)
deinstall products (Procedural Gateway and Tools for IBM MQSeries for MS Windows)
     [subentry #2] (Procedural Gateway and Tools for IBM MQSeries for UNIX)
execute (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
help (Procedural Gateway and Tools for IBM MQSeries for MS Windows)
     [subentry #2] (Procedural Gateway and Tools for IBM MQSeries for MS Windows)
     [subentry #3] (Procedural Gateway and Tools for IBM MQSeries for UNIX)
     [subentry #4] (Procedural Gateway and Tools for IBM MQSeries for UNIX)
installed products (Procedural Gateway and Tools for IBM MQSeries for MS Windows)
     [subentry #2] (Procedural Gateway and Tools for IBM MQSeries for UNIX)
load script (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
location (Procedural Gateway and Tools for IBM MQSeries for MS Windows)
     [subentry #2] (Procedural Gateway and Tools for IBM MQSeries for UNIX)
log in (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
     [subentry #2] (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
no (Procedural Gateway and Tools for IBM MQSeries for MS Windows)
     [subentry #2] (Procedural Gateway and Tools for IBM MQSeries for UNIX)
remove (Procedural Gateway and Tools for IBM MQSeries for MS Windows)
     [subentry #2] (Procedural Gateway and Tools for IBM MQSeries for UNIX)
save as (Procedural Gateway and Tools for IBM MQSeries for MS Windows)
     [subentry #2] (Procedural Gateway and Tools for IBM MQSeries for UNIX)
save script (SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
yes (Procedural Gateway and Tools for IBM MQSeries for MS Windows)
     [subentry #2] (Procedural Gateway and Tools for IBM MQSeries for UNIX)
BY ACCESS clause
of AUDIT (SQL Reference)
BY proxy clause
of AUDIT (SQL Reference)
BY REF phrase (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
BY SESSION clause
of AUDIT (SQL Reference)
BY user clause
of AUDIT (SQL Reference)
by-reference parameter passing (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
by-value parameter passing (PL/SQL User's Guide and Reference)
bypassing rows (Text Application Developer's Guide)
bypass_source config param (Support for JavaServer Pages Reference)
BYTE - oracle.xml.parser.schema.XSDTypeConstants.BYTE (Supplied Java Packages Reference)
BYTE character semantics (SQL Reference)
     [entry #2] (SQL Reference)
     [entry #3] (Advanced Replication)
BYTE length semantics (SQL Reference)
byte order (Utilities)
big endian (Utilities)
little endian (Utilities)
specifying in SQL*Loader control file (Utilities)
byte order marks (Utilities)
precedence
for first primary datafile (Utilities)
for LOBFILEs and SDFs (Utilities)
suppressing checks for (Utilities)
Byte Ordering (Pro*C/C++ Precompiler Programmer's Guide)
BYTE qualifier for column lengths (Application Developer's Guide - Fundamentals)
byte semantics (Concepts)
     [entry #2] (Globalization Support Guide)
     [entry #3] (Globalization Support Guide)
bytecode
defined (Java Developer's Guide)
definition (Java Stored Procedures Developer's Guide)
verification (Java Developer's Guide)
     [subentry #2] (Java Stored Procedures Developer's Guide)
BYTEINT datatype (Utilities)
BYTEORDER parameter
for SQL*Loader utility (Utilities)
BYTEORDERMARK parameter
for SQL*Loader utility (Utilities)
Bytes class (Oracle C++ Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
methods (Oracle C++ Call Interface Programmer's Guide)
BYTES column
PLAN_TABLE table (Performance Tuning Guide and Reference)
BYTES in DBA_DATA_FILES (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
bytes message (Application Developer's Guide - Advanced Queuing)