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Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages

 

By Steven Feuerstein;
First Edition, published 1996-10-01.

Index

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Table of Contents

Dedication
Foreword
Preface

Part I: Working With Packages

Chapter 1: PL/SQL Packages
Chapter 2: Best Practices for Packages
Chapter 3: The PL/SQL Development Spiral

Part II: PL/Vision Overview

Chapter 4: Getting Started with PL/Vision
Chapter 5: PL/Vision Package Specifications

Part III: Building Block Packages

Chapter 6: PLV: Top-Level Constants and Functions
Chapter 7: p: A Powerful Substitute for DBMS_OUTPUT
Chapter 8: PLVtab: Easy Access to PL/SQL Tables
Chapter 9: PLVmsg: Single-Sourcing PL/SQL Message Text
Chapter 10: PLVprs, PLVtkn, and PLVprsps: Parsing Strings
Chapter 11: PLVobj: A Packaged Interface to ALL_OBJECTS
Chapter 12: PLVio: Reading and Writing PL/SQL Source Code
Chapter 13: PLVfile: Reading and Writing Operating System Files

Part IV: Developer Utility Packages

Chapter 14: PLVtmr: Analyzing Program Performance
Chapter 15: PLVvu: Viewing Source Code and Compile Errors
Chapter 16: PLVgen: Generating PL/SQL Programs
Chapter 17: PLVhlp: Online Help for PL/SQL Programs
Chapter 18: PLVcase and PLVcat: Converting and Analyzing PL/SQL Code

Part V: Plug-and-Play Packages

Chapter 19: PLVdyn and PLVfk: Dynamic SQL and PL/SQL
Chapter 20: PLVcmt and PLVrb: Commit and Rollback Processing
Chapter 21: PLVlog and PLVtrc: Logging and Tracing
Chapter 22: Exception Handling

Part VI: Testing Your Knowledge


Appendix A: Appendix: PL/SQL Exercises

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