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Apr
5
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
30
accepted Does PL/SQL code run differently in sql plus vs sql developer?
Mar
30
comment Does PL/SQL code run differently in sql plus vs sql developer?
There seem to be quite a few differences in SQL*Plus and SQL Developer besides this specific difference. But I'll accept this for now.
Mar
23
asked Does PL/SQL code run differently in sql plus vs sql developer?
Mar
21
comment permissions for yet another “ORA-06512: table or view does not exist” scenario
Thanks for spending the time on this one JSapkota! I'll have to come back to this one when I get some free time, and test what you have. Hopefully very soon!!
Mar
19
comment permissions for yet another “ORA-06512: table or view does not exist” scenario
No, it has exception handling in there in case it doesn't exist. y.enc
Mar
19
revised permissions for yet another “ORA-06512: table or view does not exist” scenario
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revised permissions for yet another “ORA-06512: table or view does not exist” scenario
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Mar
18
comment permissions for yet another “ORA-06512: table or view does not exist” scenario
Yes. See "This works:" section. That code ran fine. That's why I'm guessing it has to do with the execution within the procedure.
Mar
18
asked permissions for yet another “ORA-06512: table or view does not exist” scenario
Mar
11
accepted special setup to create views in Oracle in default schema
Mar
11
accepted What is the name of the default schema in Oracle?
Mar
11
revised What is the name of the default schema in Oracle?
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Mar
11
asked special setup to create views in Oracle in default schema
Mar
11
revised What is the name of the default schema in Oracle?
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Mar
11
asked What is the name of the default schema in Oracle?
Mar
10
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
12
comment Turn on multi-threading in Oracle for ETL purposes
That's the answer then!
Jan
11
revised Turn on multi-threading in Oracle for ETL purposes
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Jan
11
comment Turn on multi-threading in Oracle for ETL purposes
I have no CLUE what they mean by "query portions of DML statements" ... in the link above. Maybe someone is the wiser for a potential answer here.