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See the recipe at Recipes/Window Functions By Default which installs a select compiler that overrides the generation of limit/offset with a window function.The Oracle database supports a limited form of RETURNING, in order to retrieve result sets of matched rows from INSERT, UPDATE and DELETE statements. INTO syntax only supports one row being returned, as it relies upon OUT parameters in order to function.This occurs for data fetched from datatypes such as VARCHAR2, CHAR, CLOB, NCHAR, NCLOB, etc.In order to provide cross- compatibility under Python 2, the SQLAlchemy cx_Oracle dialect will add Unicode-conversion to string data under Python 2 as well.However, another DBAPI which returns floats natively datatype.

As of cx_Oracle 6.0b1, the interface for two phase transactions has been changed to be more of a direct pass-through to the underlying OCI layer with less automation.Historically, this made use of converters that were supplied by cx_Oracle but were found to be non-performant; SQLAlchemy’s own converters are used for the string to Unicode conversion under Python 2.To disable the Python 2 Unicode conversion for VARCHAR2, CHAR, and CLOB, the flag call, the cx_Oracle DBAPI relies upon it heavily in its interactions with the Oracle client interface, and in some scenarios it is not possible for SQLAlchemy to know exactly how data should be bound, as some settings can cause profoundly different performance characteristics, while altering the type coercion behavior at the same time.Using an UPPERCASE name on the SQLAlchemy side indicates a case sensitive identifier, and SQLAlchemy will quote the name - this will cause mismatches against data dictionary data received from Oracle, so unless identifier names have been truly created as case sensitive (i.e.using quoted names), all lowercase names should be used on the SQLAlchemy side.

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