Oracle DBMS_HS_PASSTHROUGH
Version 21c

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Purpose To quote the Oracle Packages and Types Documentation:

"The DBMS_HS_PASSTHROUGH package is a virtual package. It conceptually resides at the non-Oracle system. In reality, however, calls to this package are intercepted by Heterogeneous Services and mapped to one or more Heterogeneous Services calls. The driver, in turn, maps these Heterogeneous Services calls to the API of the non-Oracle system. The client application should invoke the procedures in the package through a database link in exactly
the same way as it would invoke a non-Oracle system stored procedure. The special processing done by Heterogeneous Services is transparent to the user."

A list of subprograms is provided below but we are intentionally not including any additional information because there is little, if any, value, other than this placeholder page, in duplicating Oracle's online documentation.
Constants None
Data Types None
Dependencies None
Documented Yes
First Available Not known
Pragmas None
Security Model None
Source None
Subprograms
BIND_INOUT_VARIABLE BIND_VARIABLE_RAW GET_VALUE
BIND_INOUT_VARIABLE_RAW CLOSE_CURSOR GET_VALUE_RAW
BIND_OUT_VARIABLE EXECUTE_IMMEDIATE OPEN_CURSOR
BIND_OUT_VARIABLE_RAW EXECUTE_NON_QUERY PARSE
BIND_VARIABLE FETCH_ROW  

Related Topics
Built-in Functions
Built-in Packages
Database Security
DBMS_HS
DBMS_HS_ALT
DBMS_HS_CHK
DBMS_HS_PARALLEL
DBMS_HS_PARALLEL_METADATA
DBMS_HS_UTL
What's New In 19c
What's New In 20c-21c

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