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oci8 1.4.0

Package Information
Summary Extension for Oracle Database
Maintainers Antony Dovgal (lead) [wishlist] [details]
Christopher Jones <christopher.jones@oracle.com> (lead) [details]
Wez Furlong <wez@php.net> (lead) [details]
Andi Gutmans <andi@zend.com> (lead) [details]
License PHP
Description Use the OCI8 extension to access Oracle Database. The extension can
be linked with Oracle client libraries from Oracle Database 10.2, 11,
or 12.1. These libraries are found in the database installation, or
in the free Oracle Instant Client available from Oracle. Oracle's
standard cross-version connectivity applies. For example, PHP OCI8
linked with Instant Client 11.2 can connect to Oracle Database 9.2
onward. See Oracle's note "Oracle Client / Server Interoperability
Support" (ID 207303.1) for details. PHP OCI8 2.0 can be built with
PHP 5.2 onward. Use the older PHP OCI8 1.4.10 when using PHP 4.3.9
through to PHP 5.1.x, or when only Oracle Database 9.2 client
libraries are available.
Release notes
Version 1.4.0
(alpha)
1. Introduce connection attribute functions:

oci_set_module_name
oci_set_action
oci_set_client_info
oci_set_client_identifier

These set values that are visible/used by the database. They
are useful for tracing, authentication and auditing.

2. Introduce connection attribute function:

oci_set_edition

Oracle 11g R2 "editions" allow multiple versions of DB objects
to exist at one time. By setting different editions, two
different versions of an application can run concurrently,
making upgrading easier and faster.

3. Set the DRIVER_NAME attribute of Oracle Database 11gR2
connections to aid application tracing. The value used is to
"PHP OCI8" followed by the OCI8 version number. Note the
version number may get truncated in DB views such as
v$session_connect_info.

4. Allow the oci_set_prefetch value to be 0. This is important in
some cases using REF CURSORS in Oracle 11gR2.

5. Introduce OCI_NO_AUTO_COMMIT as an alias for the OCI_DEFAULT
constant (which is not the default value) used by oci_execute().

6. Generate an error if an invalid resource type is used in
oci_bind_by_name

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