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UTL_TCP.crlf

user10447332 Newbie
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what is the use of UTL_TCP.crlf .why it is used
  • 1. Re: UTL_TCP.crlf
    Kamran Agayev A. Oracle ACE Director
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    user10447332 wrote:
    what is the use of UTL_TCP.crlf .why it is used
    You must include a carriage return or line feed (CRLF) every 1000 characters when sending HTML based e-mails from Oracle
    http://studier.hitos.no/i/doc/api057.htm
  • 2. Re: UTL_TCP.crlf
    MichaelS Guru
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    CRLF:

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    This package variable defines the newline character sequence commonly used in many Internet protocols. This is the default value of the newline character sequence for WRITE_LINE, specified when a connection is opened. While such protocols use <CR><LF> to denote a new line, some implementations may choose to use just line-feed to denote a new line. In such cases, users can specify a different newline character sequence when a connection is opened.
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