This function is
EXPERIMENTAL. The behaviour of this function, the
name of this function, and anything else documented about this
function may change without notice in a future release of PHP.
Use this function at your own risk.
Adds a property to a type. The type must already be known to the
SDO_DAS_DataFactory (i.e. have been added using addType()). The property
becomes a property of the type. This is how the graph model for the
structure of an SDO_DataObject is built.
The namespace URI for the parent type.
The type name for the parent type.
The name by which the property will be known in the parent type.
The namespace URI for the type of the property.
The type name for the type of the property
This array holds one or more key=>value pairs to set attribute
values for the property. The optional keywords are:
A flag to say whether the property is many-valued. A value of 'true' adds the
property as a many-valued property (default is 'false').
A flag to say whether the property is read-only. A value of 'true' means the
property value cannot be modified through the SDO application APIs (default is
A flag to say whether the property is contained by the parent. A value of
'true' means the property is contained by the parent. A value of 'false' results
in a non-containment reference (default is 'true'). This flag is only
interpreted when adding properties which are data object types, otherwise it is
A default value for the property. Omitting this key means that the property
does not have a default value. A property can only have a default value if it is a
single-valued data type (primitive).
Optional parameters many,
readOnly, and containment
deprecated in favour of the options array.
Example 1. A
The following adds an 'addressline' property to a Person type. The person type is
identified by its namespace, 'PersonNS', and type name, 'PersonType'. The type of the
'addressline' property is a many-valued SDO data type (primitive) with namespace
'commonj.sdo' and type name 'String'.