PL/SQL tutorial 86: Multiple Bind Variable with Execute Immediate of Dynamic SQL By Manish Sharma

Manish Sharma from presents how to use multiple bind variables by applying using clause of execute immediate statement in native dynamic SQL.
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steven macdonald says:

Thank you manish. great videos.

MrBuntymishra says:

ORA-06502: PL/SQL: numeric or value error: character string buffer too small

Lakshay Vinayak says:

Sir pls upload videos on case statement

kalyan vedagiri says:

How does it become dynamics sql as we are hard coding here with “using”? Please explain?

k shanmugasundaram says:

Hi manish i need your help what the purpose of using this procedure==> (exec dbms_workload_repository.create_snapshot();)

Jitender khokhar says:

Great overall content and great playlist, it’s detailed to the point it should be and a must watch for the beginners.

Could you please add a playlist for optimization techniques and a specific one for AWR reports if you can, it will be really great !

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