Executing PL/SQL PACKAGE.PROCEDURE via REST

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I don’t normally blog on a Sunday, but I’m confined to my bed/couch for the next few days, so I might as well answer another question! This from the YouTube: “Hi Jeff, Can you please share similar example where REST service is calling a package.procedure with IN and OUT parameters and we can pass IN parameters to get the result?” …

More on Working with PL/SQL Packages – Ordering their Contents

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Normally when someone asks me about ordering packages, I check the doorstop for our daily Amazon delivery. Ok, it just seems that way, and I’m lucky that my awesome wife/partner doesn’t read this blog… …but what we’re really here to talk about is finding stuff in your PL/SQL package. I think there are 2 types of folks: Those that code …

Oracle SQL Developer PL/SQL Packages Trick – Synchronize!

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You know how every TV show has to have that Christmas themed episode? No? Well, in the US, it’s pretty common. And as a child of the 80’s television, my brain has been properly warped. So here is your Christmas themed SQL Developer ‘trick.’ Every look under the tree, and your first reaction is to be a little disappointed in …

PL/Scope Support

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The PL/SQL team is always reminding me to talk about PL/Scope. And I got to the point where I needed to remind myself, so I added this slide in all of my PL/SQL themed talks. Yet, I have apparently forgotten to blog about it. Oops. [Docs] PL/Scope is a compiler-driven tool that collects data about identifiers in PL/SQL source code …