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Stroed Procedure&PL/SQL

 
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Hi,

I am using Oracle. I want to use Stored Procedures in Oracle. Whether PL/SQL and Stored Procedures are one and same. If I want to use either PL/SQL or Stored procedure, how to use it. Where to type the coding and save. Please any body know the sample screen shots of what to do & how to do the PL/SQL and Stored Procedure in Oracle. I have also searched the Oracle site, but I couldn't get the thing I wanted.

If the tutorial for how to use PL/SQL is available, it will be useful for the beginners like me.

Many thanks in advance.
 
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Mark,
PL/SQL is a language used for writing stored procedures. There are a lot of tutorials out there. I like this one.
 
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Mark,
Of-course, when all else fails, you could always try reading the documentation:

http://tahiti.oracle.com

Good Luck,
Avi.
 
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