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Since February 2019, I've been running, with Chris Saxon, on my team of Developer Advocates, monthly PL/SQL Office Hours sessions. They ..read more
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There are special member methods - map or order methods - that we use to tell Oracle Database how to compare two objects of the same ..read more
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I've been working - and personally benefiting from - Oracle Database technology since 1987. I joined Oracle as a pre-sales consultant, ..read more
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So far in my series on object-oriented development in Oracle Database, all manipulation of object type instances have taken place in PL/ ..read more
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I signed up for my Always Free Autonomous Database (AFAD) and a boatload of other cloud services. OK, what shall I do with them?Hmmm ..read more
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On September 16, Larry Ellison announced a new Always Free tier for Oracle Cloud, which (for me) most importantly includes an Always Free ..read more
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Find below the list of my blog posts in a series on working with object types (a.k.a, classes) in Oracle Database and, specifically, PL/SQL ..read more
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Packages have subprograms (procedures and functions). Object types have methods.Object type methods are, still, procedures and functions. ..read more
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In my first post on object-oriented programming in PL/SQL, I introduced the object type (our version of a class) and showed how you ..read more
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A long, long time ago in a blog long ago lost to the shrouds and clouds of memory, I published a Ten Commandments of PL/SQL Development.A ..read more

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