Set the value of an XML type using a LOB locator.
void FNC_SetXMLClob(XML_HANDLE xmlHandle, LOB_RESULT_LOCATOR xmlClob)
- A handle to an XML type that is defined to be a return value for a UDF/UDM or an INOUT/OUT parameter to an external stored procedure.
- A LOB locator for the CLOB containing the return value for the XML type.
FNC_SetXMLClob is used to set an XML return value or OUT parameter value using a LOB locator.
The XML handle xmlHandle is passed as input along with a LOB locator xmlClob. The xmlClob locator value is obtained by calling FNC_GetXMLResultClob and LOB FNC routines are used to set the CLOB value. It is then passed to the FNC_SetXMLClob routine. The CLOB must be in the UNICODE character set.
Note that the CLOB returned by this routine must contain well-formed XML data, otherwise you will get an error.
FNC_SetXMLClob can only be called for LOB-based XML values, otherwise you will get an error.