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RE: 10G New Features Book - OT

From: Duret, Kathy <>
Date: Tue, 27 Apr 2004 08:38:32 -0500
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wELCOME TO THE DARK SIDE! Man you guys, lighten up, go out have a few brews, get laid, something!

  Yes, while I agree homework is needed but let's face it there are so much misinformation that it is hard to weed out the good information. I for one have a number of Oracle books I use for boat anchors. White papers that aren't good for toilet paper. Plus, there just isn't enough time to test everything for yourself. Then there are just those bad hair days.

So everyone drink a virtual marguerita or beer tonight, get some..

And so I post something of value. I did get my insert, update, delete, select package generator done. It is not that pretty but it works with a few caveats (long names not dealt with etc.) If anyone is interested feel free to email me directly and I will send it to you.

I am going to work on another generator using rowtype that Rajendra Jamadagni suggested I should try.

Kathy Duret

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