Category Archives: Oracle

Cursors And Bulk Collect

CURSORS

Cursor is a pointer to memory location which is called as context area which contains the information necessary for processing, including the number of rows processed by the statement, a pointer to the parsed representation of the statement, and the active set which is the set of rows returned by the query. Continue reading

ERROR HANDLING

ERROR HANDLING

PL/SQL implements error handling with exceptions and exception handlers. Exceptions can be associated with oracle errors or with your own user-defined errors. By using exceptions and exception handlers, you can make your PL/SQL programs robust and able to deal with both unexpected and expected errors during execution. Continue reading

DATABASE TRIGGERS

DATABASE TRIGGERS

Triggers are similar to procedures or functions in that they are named PL/SQL blocks with declarative, executable, and exception handling sections. A trigger is executed implicitly whenever the triggering event happens. The act of executing a trigger is known as firing the trigger. Continue reading