REF CURSOR declaration is not associated with any SQL query – different queries can be associated with the cursor programatically. More video tutorials


Dodi Woody says:

Fuck! This is so confusing ‘(*_*)!

Maurizio Ceglar says:


Khaled Diab says:

improve the video quality pls

Karthiga Balraj says:

Very good to understand ref cursor clearly..Thanks for the upload..

Asim Chowdhury says:

nice one. however to learn more on sys_refcursor cursor expression refer to my new book on refactoring interoperability and integration of related concepts
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Learn with video tutorials says:

You’re welcome 🙂

yAsh T says:

nice video, by the way which music are you plying in backend?

nivedita dahiya says:

Thanks a lot sir…really good video. clarifying all the ref cursor concepts…

ken Han says:

Great video. Thanks

Rajaram V says:

In the last example, if you close the ref cursor inside the function itself, you will be able to open the cursor after the function call return. Am I right?

Pravin Dwiwedi says:

Awesome..fastest way to learn…

Álife Pereira says:

Great video, but instead of using the while to list the data, you can use a simple loop and exit when the cursor finds nothing
Ex: EXIT WHEN cur_employees% NOTFOUND

I think it would look better this way and easier to understand, but it goes from the opinion of each one ..

Jas Bana says:

its great video thanks …
i hope you make zoom screen to see what you are typing 🙂

anoopmanagoli says:

Superb!!! VIDEO!!!

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