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Tuesday, September 20, 2016

If you are going to read one article on PL/SQL this autumn...

Well...this is the one: https://blogs.oracle.com/plsql-and-ebr/resource/Why_Use_Plsql_Whitepaper7.pdf  Bryn is the PL/SQL-guy to read.

Why not read it this month...The conclusion is:
"PL/SQL is better suited to the task of executing SQL statements and processing their results than any other programming language that can do this. It brings these signific
ant benefits:
  1. optimal expressiveness, maintainability, and therefore maximum chance of correctness
  2. optimal security
  3. optimal performance
"
It has never been said better...

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