Many people enjoyed reading my last blog post “10 Oracle SQL features you probably didn’t know”. So I decided to spice it up a little more and do something similar for plsql.
I hope you like that one too.
With our further ado, let’s get started with the list.
10. The first Oracle version to feature plsql was Oracle DB version 6 (1988)
And no. Steven Feuerstein did NOT invent it.
At that time PLSQL did not have stored procedures nor did it have proper exception handling. But it already had embedded SQL.
I learned that from the great Lewis Cunningham. One of the godfathers of development with SQL and PLSQL.
Stored Procedures were added in Oracle 7 (1992). 7.3 was the version when I started to work with an Oracle Database. At that point plsql was in version 2.x. However there never was a version 3. Plsql versioning…
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