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Master Note for Oracle PL/SQL API (Doc ID 1136485.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 18, 2019

Applies to:

PL/SQL - Version 8.1.7.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 23-Nov-2015***

Purpose

This PL/SQL master index note provides information on the relevant articles associated with the following topics:


1.   UTL_SMTP / UTL_MAIL
2.   UTL_FILE
3.   UTL_HTTP
4.   External Procedures
5.   Native Compilation
6.   Dynamic SQL / Native Dynamic SQL
7.   Large Objects (LOBS)
8.   Collections, Object Types & Bulk Collect
9.   PLS-801 Error With Different Arguments
10. ORA-06502 Errors.
11. PLS-201 / PLS-306 / PLS-320 Errors
12. ORA-04068 / ORA-04065 / ORA-06508 Related Errors
13. "Bugs, Fixed Versions and Workarounds in PL/SQL"
14. DBMS_EPG

15. ORA-24247 Errors

16. ORA-04091 Mutating Table Error

17. ORA-942 / ORA-1031 / PLS-201 / ORA-28111 in PL/SQL, works in SQL*Plus

 

 

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Scope

The intended audience is for users of the PL/SQL API. The notes listed are references for novice to experienced users.

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In this Document
Purpose
Scope
Details
 1. UTL_SMTP / UTL_MAIL 
 
2. UTL_FILE
 
3. UTL_HTTP
 
4. External Procedures
 
5. Native Compilation
 
6. Dynamic SQL / Native Dynamic SQL
 
7. LOBS
 
8. Collections, Object Types & Bulk Collect
 
9.  PLS-801 Error With Different Arguments
  
10. ORA-06502 errors
 
11. PLS-201 / PLS-306 / PLS-320
 
12. ORA-04068 / ORA-04065 / ORA-06508 Related Errors
 
13.  "Bugs, Fixed Versions and Workarounds in PL/SQL"
 
14. DBMS_EPG
 15. ORA-24247 Errors
 16. ORA-04091 Mutating Table Error
 17. ORA-942 / ORA-1031 /  PLS-201 / ORA-28111 in PL/SQL, works in SQL*Plus
References

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