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OCI8 To LDA Switching For ASC_cprpcexec (Doc ID 1269560.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 19, 2024

Applies to:

Oracle Communications ASAP - Version 7.0.0 and later
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As per the ASAP Development Guide, ASC_cprpcexec() do not require OCI8 to lda switching mechanism. And ASC_ociopen_cursor(), ASC_ociparse(), ASC_ocirpcexec() etc. require OCI8 to lda switching mechanism.

We have upgraded our system from ASAP 4.6.3 to ASAP 7.0 and we use custom SRP. There are a few places in SRP code where both ASC_cprpcexec() and ASC_ociparse() is used. Currently, we have implemented OCI8 to lda switching mechanism for all the methods including ASC_cprpcexec(). From our initial testing, everything seems to be fine.

Can there be any issue, if ASC_oci8_to_lda(pCp) is done before ASC_cprpcexec() call and again ASC_lda_to_oci8(pCp) is done before ASC_cppfree(pCp) call?


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