PL/SQL is Oracle Corporation's proprietary language for writing database event triggers and stored procedures. It is a procedural, interpreted, block-structured language based very loosely on Ada but having very tight integration with SQL. PL/SQL is also used in several of Oracle's client-side application development tools.
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Oracle Technology Network: PL/SQL
Official product documentation, white papers, technical briefs, feature lists.
BNF Index of PL/SQL Version 2.1 for Oracle 7
Backus-Naur Notation for PL/SQL 2.1 for Oracle 7. Old version, but still interesting.
Code Samples and Suggestions
Over a dozen tips, tricks, and code samples, by Jonathan Lewis.
Ixora Q & A
Questions with answers by Steve Adams, expert on Oracle internals
Message board on orafaq.net
Unmoderated questions and answers.
An Apache module. It aims to provide Oracle Web Application Server 3.0 API compatible interface to Oracle RDBMS. Tested with Oracle8/8i.
Part of the Oracle FAQs, this is a brief but useful list of PL/SQL questions and answers.
Short tips and code fragments written (or collected) by Connor McDonald. Includes bit operations, undocumented features, and 8.1.7.
An open source, focused, common repository for PL/SQL developers. Intended to improve the day-to-day life of thousands of Oracle developers around the world.
Encyclopedia article about the Oracle extension to SQL, including an overview of its functionality, data types, and constructs.
High Speed PLSQL
NOUG presentation on High Speed PLSQL Tuning by Rodger Lepinsky. (March 17, 2004)
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