Re: possible writing a own ORACLE package in C

From: Dante <>
Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 08:47:23 GMT
Message-ID: <7i36ir$end$>

[Quoted]   yes, you can implement a function or procedure (which can be    in a package) as an external library (C, JAVA, etc)

  I think it was introducde in 8.0.x, please see the manual    for exact syntax.


In article <>,   Bruno Plankensteiner <> wrote:
> Hi
> Is it possible to write a own Oracle package in C and using it from
> another PL-SQL program? Do you know of samples of writing a own C
> package in Oracle.
> The reason is: since there is a limitation of the UTL_FILE package to
> write more than 1023 characters into one line I have to find a
> workaround.
> Is possible to have the source code of the UTL_FILE package and modify
> this strange range of 1023 characters.
> Regards
> Bruno

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