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Oracle PL/SQL executing OS Commands 1.0.0rc1
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Oracle PL/SQL executing OS Commands 1.0.0rc1
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Oracle PL/SQL executing OS Commands 1.0.0rc1 Description
Description: This is a set of PLSQL packages for the Oracle database which provide acess to the OS shell and the file system from SQL and PL/SQL. The packages provide operations on file handles (delete, create, move, copy) as well as the execution of shell commands.

License: Freeware

File Size: 257.8 KB

Downloads: 100



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