Mindmajix Oracle PL SQL Training: Learn building the applications by leveraging capabilities of Transaction Control Language, Database Security, Error Handling, Oracle Supplied Packages and etc. You will also learn Collection Datatypes and how to Use
PL/SQL is a completely portable, high-performance transaction-processing language.
PL/SQL provides a built-in, interpreted and OS independent programming environment.
PL/SQL can also directly be called from the command-line SQL*Plus interface.
Direct call can also be made from external programming language calls to database.
PL/SQL's general syntax is based on that of ADA and Pascal programming language.
Apart from Oracle, PL/SQL is available in TimesTen in-memory database and IBM DB2.
Features of PL/SQL
PL/SQL has the following features:
· PL/SQL is tightly integrated with SQL. It offers extensive error checking.
· It offers numerous data types.· It offers a variety of programming structures.
· It supports structured programming through functions and procedures.
· It supports object-oriented programming.
· It supports the development of web applications and server pages.
Advantages of PL/SQL
PL/SQL has the following advantages:
· SQL is the standard database language and PL/SQL is strongly integrated with SQL.
· PL/SQL supports both static and dynamic SQL. Static SQL supports DML operations and transaction control from PL/SQL block. In Dynamic SQL, SQL allows embedding DDL statements in PL/SQL blocks. PL/SQL allows sending an entire block of statements to the database at one time.
· This reduces network traffic and provides high performance for the applications.
PL/SQL gives high productivity to programmers as it can query, transform, and update data in a database.
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