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04 February 2014
04 February 2014

Result Cache (Part 2)

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Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. – Albert Einstein In part 1 we looked at the result cache for PL/SQL Code We can also use this same technique when our function depends on tables (or views). Let’s create a simple table, add some data and a simple, slow function: CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION… Read more
20 July 2011
20 July 2011

Working with Table Functions in PL/SQL

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Table functions are functions that produce a collection or rows (either a nested table or a varray) that can be queried like a physical database table. You use a table function like the name of a database table, in the FROM clause of a query. The difference with a physical database table in the FROM clause of the query is… Read more