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My publication at RMOUG SQL> Update

Pleased to announce that RMOUG’s Winter issue of SQL>Update, the quarterly journal of RMOUG, has published my article on Oracle PL/SQL. Sincere thanks to Peggy King and Pat Van Buskirk for the great work and support in the process. It’s an absolute honor to get published alongside Tom Kyte and Kellyn.

The article is about achieving Inheritance in Oracle PL/SQL. The paper shows how to implement object modeling in Oracle PL/SQL through a sample case study. Surely, the object model comfortably fits into object oriented application designs and its integration is well supported by the SQL semantics too.

You can download the article from the below link – 

Inheritance in Oracle by Saurabh Gupta (SQL Update Winter11 Issue RMOUG)

Do post your comments and feedback/suggestions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bye for now

Saurabh

 

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Database Enthusiast, Author, Speaker and blogger

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