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This can be achieved by two newly introduced procedures in the DBMS_SQL package. They are RETURN_RESULT (For returning Ref-Cursor or DBMS_SQL cursor) and GET_NEXT_RESULT (For processing the implicit result sets in PL/SQL), which are explained below. RETURN_RESULT
PL/SQL code normally will change data, insert values, and so forth, inside the database. It will not normally display results back to the user. To do this we use a procedure called dbms_output.put_line to place the results in a buffer that SQL*Plus will retrieve and display.
The PL/SQL function result cache minimizes the amount of memory needed to cache and share this data across all sessions. This low memory profile, plus the automatic purge of cached results whenever changes are committed, makes this feature of Oracle Database 11 g very practical for optimizing performance in PL/SQL applications.
A) PL/SQL SELECT INTO – selecting one column example. The following example uses a SELECT INTO statement to get the name of a customer based on the customer id, which is the primary key of the customers table. DECLARE l_customer_name customers.name% TYPE ; BEGIN -- get name of the customer 100 and assign it to l_customer_name SELECT name INTO ...