Oracle XDB_PVTRIG_PKG
Version 21c

General Information
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Purpose Support for XDB Instead of triggers
AUTHID CURRENT_USER
Dependencies
PATH_VIEW_LIB XDB_PV_TRIG XMLTYPE
Documented No
First Available Not known
Security Model Owned by XDB with EXECUTE granted to PUBLIC
Source {ORACLE_HOME}/rdbms/admin/catxdbpv.sql
Subprograms
 
PVTRIG_DEL
Called by XDB_PV_TRIG for a DELETE statement xdb_pvtrig_pkg.pvtrig_del(
res  IN sys.xmltype,
link IN sys.xmltype,
path IN VARCHAR2)
IS LANGUAGE C NAME "DELETE_XDBPV"
LIBRARY xdb.path_view_lib
WITH CONTEXT
parameters(context, res, res INDICATOR, link, link INDICATOR, path, path INDICATOR, path LENGTH);
TBD
 
PVTRIG_INS
Called by XDB_PV_TRIG for an INSERT statement xdb_pvtrig_pkg.pvtrig_ins(
res  IN sys.xmltype,
link IN sys.xmltype,
path IN VARCHAR2)
IS LANGUAGE C NAME "INSERT_XDBPV"
library xdb.PATH_VIEW_LIB
WITH CONTEXT
parameters(context, res, res INDICATOR, link, link INDICATOR,path, path INDICATOR, path LENGTH);
TBD
 
PVTRIG_UPD
Called by XDB_PV_TRIG for an UPDATE statement xdb_pvtrig_pkg.pvtrig_upd(
o_res  IN sys.xmltype,
n_res  IN sys.xmltype,
o_link IN sys.xmltype,
n_link IN sys.xmltype,
o_path IN VARCHAR2,
n_path IN VARCHAR2)
IS LANGUAGE C NAME "UPDATE_XDBPV"
library xdb.path_view_lib
WITH CONTEXT
parameters(context, o_res, o_res INDICATOR, n_res, n_res INDICATOR, o_link, o_link INDICATOR,
n_link, n_link INDICATOR, o_path, o_path INDICATOR, o_path LENGTH, n_path, n_path INDICATOR, n_path LENGTH);
TBD

Related Topics
Built-in Functions
Built-in Packages
XDB_DLTRIG_PKG
XDB_PITRIG_PKG
XDB_PITRIG_PKG_01
XDB_RVTRIG_PKG
What's New In 19c
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