With ORACLE, the rowid of the last affected row is available in SQLCA.SQLERRM.

Before Genero 3.20, the character extended (base 64) representation of the rowid of the row affected by an INSERT, UPDATE or DELETE could be found in the SQLCA.SQLERRM register, when the following FGLPROFILE entry was defined:

dbi.database.mydbname.ora.rowid.retrieve = true

This FGLPROFILE entry was required to fill the SQLCA.SQLERRM register with the result of a SELECT ROWIDTOCHAR(?) FROM DUAL statement, that was executed after each INSERT, UPDATE or DELETE SQL statement. For performance reasons, the database.dbname.ora.rowid.retrieve switch was by default set to false.

Note: For maximum SQL portability, replace rowids usage by primary keys. See Using ROWID columns.

Starting with Genero 3.20, to fill the SQLCA.SQLERRM register, the Oracle ODI driver uses now the OCIRowidToChar() API to convert the binary rowid value to the character extended (base 64) representation. Since the additional SELECT statement is not required anymore, the FGLPROFILE entry database.dbname.ora.rowid.retrieve does no longer exist.

The SQLCA.SQLERRM is now implicitly filled with the rowid of the row affected by an INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE statement, and after a FETCH of a cursor declared with SELECT FOR UPDATE.