Most of the LOB functions take an
argument, which is a boolean controlling what happens if an error occurs inside an OCI function. If
is true, an error is signaled. If
is false, the function returns an error object (of type
All the LOB functions signal an error if the
argument given is not a LOB locator object as returned by
Many of the functions basically perform a call to the underlying OCI function. When the match is direct, this is mentioned in the LispWorks Reference Manual .