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From keyword missing in view

I am this view which I am trying to compile. Given below is the view. CREATE OR REPLACE FORCE VIEW "My_View" ("my_ORDER", "REQUESTOR", "DEPARTMENT", "HOD", "SHIP_TO", "SOLD_TO", "PRODUCT", ...
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converting varchar to number while passing to IN clause

I am really stuck here.. Given below is the miniature of what I am trying to achieve. set serveroutput on; declare rajesh varchar2(20); x number(10); begin select wm_concat(stocks_id) into rajesh ...
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'oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleSQLException': ORA-01031: insufficient privileges. (SYS.DBMS_XMLSAVE)

I have this function (written here by someone), placed in the package ENVER.ENCODING_VERIFIER: FUNCTION loadxml_table (p_owner IN VARCHAR2, p_tablename IN VARCHAR2, p_format IN VARCHAR2, p_tmpClob IN ...
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Example optimisic offline lock in SQL/PL?

Can someone show me an example of an optimistic offline lock in an Oracle Stored Procedure?
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Compare two Oracle database roles

I'm trying to re-engineer my corporates user managament and want to compare all the roles with each other to find duplicate ones. Doing it by hand is really tiring and I need to compare like 150 ...
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1answer
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Dynamic where condition in a stored procedure

I am using Oracle 11g. I am trying to get the table data with this procedure: CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE test(p_table IN varchar2) IS v_sqltxt varchar2(4000); BEGIN v_sqltxt:='select count(*) from ...
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need to use PLSQL to insert distinct rows

I need to take some data from Table A, use some logic, and then insert one or more rows into Table B. I have a PLSQL block that brings in data from Table A with a cursor, performs all the logic ...
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how to create and insert into a table in an anonymous block

I have PL/SQL anonymous block that creates a table (using execute immediate) and then inserts data into the table. When the block compiles, it gives me an ORA-00942: table or view does not exist ...
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424 views

Package state not re-intialized on raise_application_error

When a package has state and the header is changed, the first call gets an error stack something like this: ORA-04068: existing state of packages has been discarded ORA-04061: existing state of ...
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Is there a bug with PL/Scope in combination with associative arrays?

I believe I stumbled upon a bug with PL/Scope in combination with associative arrays, but perhaps I overlook something. I have the following package create or replace package tq84_pkg_c as ...
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How to store single result in variable and reuse it in a query (Oracle)?

I have a query like SELECT id FROM xyz WHERE ...; which has a more or less complex WHERE clause and returns exactly one row with one column (ID). I need this ID for several later queries in a ...
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Where can I find a syntax reference for Oracle SQL Developer's “Generate DB Doc” function?

Oracle SQL Developer (I'm using v3.2) has a feature called "DB Doc", which generates documentation for database objects. I mostly want to use it to generate documentation for my stored procedures, ...
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How can I ensure that only one copy of a procedure is running in Oracle?

We have the need to ensure that only one copy of a particular procedure is running in Oracle. If it is already running and a user tries to open another, then it should error. Whats the best method ...
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How far should bind variables go in Oracle?

I am currently examining all database users's SQL code in our department for not using bind variables. We do experience an ORA-04031 error within a constant period of time. Now, I have a quite firm ...
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How do I manage column order when using PL/SQL's %ROWTYPE records?

I have a table with a large number of columns, which has data gathered from several other tables. I want to write some PL/SQL like: DECLARE TYPE t_toptab_list IS TABLE OF toptab%ROWTYPE; l_data ...
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Return a fully dynamic table from an Oracle function

I'd like to write a function with two IN parameters where the first one is a varchar and the second a list of varchars. Based on these I want to return a table with varying column amounts and names of ...
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2answers
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Overhead of DBMS_Profiler

If I use DBMS_Profiler to profile a long running (5 hour) PL/SQL script, how much longer should I expect the script to run with profiling? I realize this will be dependent on what the script is ...
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1answer
315 views

Virtual Column - Using it in view (Oracle)

I have made a virtual column in Oracle, using the following code. CREATE OR REPLACE function email_address (ID_ varchar2) return varchar2 deterministic as lname varchar2 (256); snumber varchar2 ...
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Piplelined Result Set over Database Link Alternatives

Since a pipelined result set cannot be returned over a database link (see MOS note 560743.1), what workarounds/alternatives are there. I can think of a few, but I'd rather not lead the question. I ...
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2answers
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What does 'nls' in nls_date_format stand for?

For example: alter session set nls_date_format = 'DD-MON-YYYY hh24:mi:ss'; changes the date format for the session. What is nls here?
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Oracle Advanced Queuing LIFO

With Oracle's Advanced Queuing is there a way to dequeue messages in a LIFO (last in first out) order? There is an indication through a lack of information that this is not an option, but perhaps ...
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How to differentiate between SQL and PL/SQL?

I know the question might sound too stupid, but I never understood this part. SQL*Plus works with both SQL and PL/SQL. How do I know whether some code is SQL or PL/SQL? If my code has a for ...
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Identify which parameters were passed to a procedure (Oracle)

Procedures in PL/SQL can have default values for parameters, but the caller can pass values that are identical to the default values. Is there a way from within the PL/SQL to determine whether a ...