Source code for XTP.P

contentType VARCHAR2(256) := 'text/xml'; 
-- version 2.0.0 
-- REQUIRES HTP TOOLKITS of 8.1.7+ installed - 
-- by default it is installed on sys schema -- 
-- obsoletes procedures: 
--   xtp.prolog(cversion,cstylesheet,cmedia,cattrbutes) replaced by xtp.prolog(cversion) 
--   xtp.stylesheet(...) 
--   xtp.process(...) 
--   xtp.not_found 
-- new procedures: 
--   xtp.comment(ccomment) 
--   xtp.header(cContentType,bCloseHeader) 
--   xtp.setEncoding(cEncoding) 
--   xtp.setContentType(cContentType) 
--   xtp.setHeader(cName,cValue) 
--   xtp.closeHeader 
-- new attributes 
--   contentType 
-- version 1.0.1 
--   replaced xtp.tag(cname,cvalue,bclose) 
--   by xtp.tag(cname,cvalue,cattributes) 
--   correct syntax of xtp.send according to a new format of date in HeaderProcessor class 
-- version 1.0.0 
--   initial 
procedure prolog(cversion in VARCHAR2 default '1.0'); 
procedure comment(ccomment in VARCHAR2); 
procedure epilog; 
procedure tag(cname in VARCHAR2, 
		cvalue in VARCHAR2, 
		cattributes  in VARCHAR2 default NULL); 
procedure tagOpen(cname in VARCHAR2, cattributes in VARCHAR2 default NULL); 
procedure tagClose(cname in VARCHAR2); 
  -- Output Procedures 
procedure print (cbuf in varchar2 DEFAULT NULL); 
procedure print (dbuf in date); 
procedure print (nbuf in number); 
  -- Output without the newline 
procedure prn (cbuf in varchar2 DEFAULT NULL); 
procedure prn (dbuf in date); 
procedure prn (nbuf in number); 
  -- Abbrev call to print() 
procedure p (cbuf in varchar2 DEFAULT NULL); 
procedure p (dbuf in date); 
procedure p (nbuf in number); 
procedure prints(ctext in varchar2); 
procedure ps(ctext in varchar2); 
procedure escape_sc(ctext in varchar2); 
/* REDIRECT_URL will output "Location: <curl>\n\n"               */ 
/* This allows the PL/SQL program to tell the HTTP server to     */ 
/* visit the specified URL instead of returning output from the  */ 
/* current URL.  By "visit" it is meant that if the specified    */ 
/* URL is an HTML page, then it will be returned, but if the URL */ 
/* specifies another CGI program, or call to the Web Agent, then */ 
/* the Web Server will make that call.                           */ 
/* The call to REDIRECT_URL MUST be come before any xtp calls in */ 
/* order to signal the HTTP server to do the redirect.           */ 
/* This functionality is only available with OWA 1.0.2 or above. */ 
procedure redirect_url(curl in varchar2); 
-- NOT_AUTHORIZED force to user to entry new user/password for an Realm 
procedure not_authorized(realm in varchar2); 
-- New Procedures in version 2.0.0 
procedure header(cContentType in varchar2, bCloseHeader boolean default true); 
procedure setEncoding(cEncoding in varchar2); 
procedure setContentType(cContentType in varchar2); 
procedure setHeader(cName in varchar2, cValue in varchar2); 
procedure closeHeader; 
-- These procedures/functions are merely wrappers around 
-- calls to send an owa_cookie and to get an owa_cookie. 
-- One should be familiar with the specification for 
-- HTTP cookies before attempting to use these subprograms. 
-- Calls to the procedure SEND generate an HTTP header line 
-- of the form: 
-- Set-Cookie: <name>=<value> expires=<expires> path=<path> 
--             domain=<domain> [secure] 
-- Only the name and value are required (as per the owa_cookie spec), 
-- and the default is non-secure. 
-- Calls to SEND must fall in the context of an OWA procedure's 
-- HTTP header output.  For example: 
-- begin 
--    xtp.send('ITEM1','SOCKS'); 
--    xtp.send('ITEM2','SHOES'); 
--    -- Now output the page the user will see. 
--    xtp.Prolog; 
--    <etc> 
procedure send(name    in varchar2, 
               value   in varchar2, 
               expires in date     DEFAULT NULL, 
               path    in varchar2 DEFAULT NULL, 
               domain  in varchar2 DEFAULT NULL, 
               secure  in varchar2 DEFAULT NULL); 
-- GET will return an owa_cookie.COOKIE structure 
-- for the specified cookie name. 
function get(name in varchar2) return owa_cookie.cookie; 
-- REMOVE will simply force the expiration of an existing cookie. 
-- This call must come within the context of an HTTP header. 
-- See the definition of SEND above. 
-- REMOVE generates a line which looks like: 
-- Set-Cookie: <name>=<value> expires=01-JAN-1990 
procedure remove(name in varchar2, 
                 val  in varchar2, 
                 path in varchar2 DEFAULT NULL); 
-- GET_ALL returns an array of name/value pairs of all HTTP_COOKIES 
-- sent from the browser.  The name/value pairs appear in the order 
-- that they were sent from the browser. 
procedure get_all(names    out owa_cookie.vc_arr, 
                  vals     out owa_cookie.vc_arr, 
                  num_vals out integer); 
END xtp;

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