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Tag: PL/SQL

Viewing PLSQL Compilation Errors in Oracle SQL Developer

A question that comes up fairly frequently revolves around how to see your errors when working with PL/SQL in SQL Developer. Most folks are probably working in the worksheet – this is the default editor for your connection. Let’s take a look at this sample program CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE do_nothing IS BEGIN dbms_output.put(sysdate); this […]

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SQL Developer Tip: Viewing REFCURSOR Output

If you work with PL/SQL, then this feature might be the #1 reason I recommend you immediately upgrade to at least version 3.0 of Oracle SQL Developer – SQL Developer now automatically renders SYS.REFCURSOR output from your PL/SQL calls. Prior to version 3.0, you needed to use the SQL*PLUS PRINT command to view the refcursor […]

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The PL/SQL Debugger Strikes Back: Episode V

I’ve already discussed how the Rebel scum go about figuring out what’s wrong with their code. Now I want to get into the nitty-gritty details of how to start a debug session in SQL Developer. There are some prerequisites, but I promise it won’t take but a few moments to setup. Ensure that you have […]

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Debugging PL/SQL with SQL Developer: Episode IV

Can you tell us more about the debugger? Can you show us the debugger? What about the debugger? Can you spell ‘debugger’? Why can’t the debugger show X? What is COMPILE WITH DEBUG anyway? Debugger? Skip to Episode V – Starting the Debugger In the past 10 years I have probably heard these questions and […]

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‘New’ Technology from 2000

I spend a lot of time speaking to PL/SQL development teams. A conservative estimate would break down to about 200 presentations a year and 2,000 developers. I have several stock presentations, but I prefer to have conversations with my audience rather than just start throwing slides up on the projector. If we find a topic […]

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