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1> how are u debugging in plsql ?
2> how to connect oracle database from unix. is there ne
way other than using sqlplus ?

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1> how are u debugging in plsql ? 2> how to connect oracle database from unix. is there ne ..

Answer / gourvendra singh

1> we can do the debugging in the plsql by placing the
message in the code, so that we can trace the values and
pointer in the pl/sql.

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1> how are u debugging in plsql ? 2> how to connect oracle database from unix. is there ne ..

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hi friends click below link to see Debugging in Plsql

http://www.adp-gmbh.ch/ora/plsql/debug.html#dbr

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