Oracle updating a multiset collection

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The maximum length of an account string is 30 characters for Teradata Database 14.0 and earlier releases. This parameter is not available for the Default Connection for Java Stored Procedures.

This parameter is available for JDBC Fast Export, JDBC Fast Load, and JDBC Fast Load CSV connections beginning with Teradata JDBC Driver .08. Beginning with Teradata Database V2R6.1 and Teradata JDBC Driver 3.3, UTF16 can be used in conjunction with Kerberos or Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) authentication. This parameter is available for the Default Connection for Java Stored Procedures, but only ASCII, UTF8, or UTF16 may be specified.

This parameter is available for JDBC Monitor connections. This parameter is available for JDBC Fast Export and JDBC Fast Load connections.

This parameter is available for JDBC Fast Load CSV connections, but only ASCII or UTF8 may be specified. The CHATTER connection parameter is available with Teradata JDBC Driver versions .16 through 15.10.0.24.

The Type 3 Teradata JDBC Driver is no longer included on the Installation CDs and tapes for Teradata Tools and Utilities.

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This parameter is available for JDBC Fast Export and JDBC Fast Load connections beginning with Teradata JDBC Driver .28.

Accounts are used by the Teradata Database for workload management and resource usage monitoring.

Beginning with Teradata Database 14.10, the maximum length of an account string is 128 characters.

This overrides the Teradata JDBC Driver's normal mapping of Teradata session character sets to Java character sets. This parameter is not available for the Default Connection for Java Stored Procedures.

This parameter is available for JDBC Fast Export and JDBC Fast Load connections.

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