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Without further ado…
I’m learning to create a stored procedure using Oracle SQL Developer (3.2.20.09). Is there a resource which will walk me thru, step-by-step, the entire process? My SQL query skills are pretty good, so I understand the core, I just need some help with the creation and usage process.
There’s writing PL/SQL and there’s using an IDE to do it.
I can help with the SQL Developer bit. But I would concentrate on the core PL/SQL programming stuff first. There are some good books here.
So I asked Steven, and he wrote this nice little collection of resources on the subject – being new to PL/SQL.