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Index: R

RAISE statement : 22.1.5. What About the Reraise Action?
raise_exception procedure : 22.3.3.5. Responding to the exception action
range assertion routines : 6.3.3. Asserting "In Range"
rb function : 5.10.5. Rolling back on exception
rb_to procedure
5.17.7. Rolling back in PLVlog
21.1.5.4. Setting the default "rollback to" behavior
rb_to_default procedure
5.17.7. Rolling back in PLVlog
21.1.5.4. Setting the default "rollback to" behavior
rb_to_last procedure
5.17.7. Rolling back in PLVlog
5.23.3. Performing rollbacks
20.2.4. Performing Rollbacks
21.1.5.4. Setting the default "rollback to" behavior
rbdef procedure
5.10.5. Rolling back on exception
22.1.8. Rolling Back When an Exception Occurs
rblast procedure
5.10.5. Rolling back on exception
22.1.8. Rolling Back When an Exception Occurs
READ_ERROR exception : 13.1.4. Handling UTL_FILE Errors
reading
from files
13.5. Reading From a File
5.11.9. Reading from a file
from source repository
5.15.7. Reading and writing lines
12. PLVio: Reading and Writing PL/SQL Source Code
12.6. Reading From the Source
log files : 5.17.5. Reading the log
recfnd procedure
5.13.10. Miscellaneous code generators
16.2.7. Generating a "Record Found?" Function
recNgo procedure
5.10.6. Exception handlers
22.1.6.2. The high-level handlers
22.3.4.2. Implementing the high-level handlers
recNstop procedure
5.10.6. Exception handlers
22.1.6.2. The high-level handlers
22.1.9. Halting in PLVexc
recompiling packages : 2.4. Organizing Package Source Code
Record Found? function : 16.2.7. Generating a "Record Found?" Function
record_exception procedure : 22.3.4.1. Leveraging PLVLog
recording : (see logging)
recording_exception function : 22.3.3.3. Recording the exception
recursion : 3.10. Choosing the Best Performer
redirection : 1.6.4. Working with Large Packages
redundancy
1.6.1.1. Clean up a bewildering mass of standalone functions and procedures
1.6.4. Working with Large Packages
2.11. Simultaneous Construction of Multiple Packages
3.1. The Basic Problem
15.4.2.11. Consolidating redundant code
naming : 2.3.2. Avoiding Redundancy
refall procedure : 18.2.4. Identifying References and Dependencies
refbi procedure
5.5.2. Identifying references in stored code
18.2.4. Identifying References and Dependencies
references : (see documentation)
identifying : 5.5.2. Identifying references in stored code
identifying with PLVcat : 18.2.4. Identifying References and Dependencies
of package elements : 1.4.2. Referencing Package Elements
PLVrfrnc table : 18.2.2.2. PLVrfrnc table
RESTRICT_REFERENCES pragma : 1.6.5.1. RESTRICT_REFERENCES pragma
refnonkw procedure
5.5.2. Identifying references in stored code
18.2.4. Identifying References and Dependencies
rem_line_limit procedure
5.15.5. Managing the source WHERE clause
12.4.4. Cleaning Up the WHERE Clause
rem_srcwhere procedure
5.15.5. Managing the source WHERE clause
12.4.4. Cleaning Up the WHERE Clause
repeats function : 5.27.2. Setting the repetition value
replaceitem procedure : 5.18.3. Modifying list contents
repos_rectype TYPE : 12.2.2. Database Source or Target
repository, code : (see PLVio package)
reraise procedure : 22.1.5. What About the Reraise Action?
reserved words
2.2. Using Effective Coding Style for Packages
5.26. PLVtkn: Token Table Interface
10.2. PLVtkn: Managing PL/SQL Tokens
determining types of : 10.2.2. Determining Token Type
displaying code by : 15.3.2. Displaying Code by Keyword
initializing table of : 10.3.3. Initializing a Table of Tokens
reset_savepoints procedure : 5.23.4. Managing savepoints
rest_of_line function : 5.15.7. Reading and writing lines
restoresrc procedure : 5.15.8. Saving and restoring repository settings
restoretrg procedure : 5.15.8. Saving and restoring repository settings
restoring
PL/SQL objects : 11.3.4. Saving and Restoring the Current Object
repository settings
12.8. Saving and Restoring Settings
5.15.8. Saving and restoring repository settings
restrict procedure : 9.4. The Restriction Toggle
RESTRICT_REFERENCES pragma : 1.6.5.1. RESTRICT_REFERENCES pragma
restricting function : 9.4. The Restriction Toggle
restricting use of text : 5.19.1. Restricting use of text
reusing code
(see flexibility, code)
1.2.1. The Iceberg Approach to Coding
4.1.1. The Benefits of PL/Vision
RNDS purity code
1.6.5.1. RESTRICT_REFERENCES pragma
1.6.5.2. Asserting the purity level of the initialization section
RNPS purity code : 1.6.5.1. RESTRICT_REFERENCES pragma
rollback behavior : 21.1.5.4. Setting the default "rollback to" behavior
rollback_to procedure
5.23.3. Performing rollbacks
20.2.4. Performing Rollbacks
rollbacks
5.23. PLVrb: Rollback Processing
20.2. PLVrb: Performing Rollbacks
on errors : 22.1.8. Rolling Back When an Exception Occurs
PLVlog package and
21.1.5. Rolling Back with PLVlog
5.17.7. Rolling back in PLVlog
rolling_back function
5.17.7. Rolling back in PLVlog
5.23.1. Controlling rollback activity
21.1.5.1. Toggling rollback activity
%ROWCOUNT attribute : 20.1.1.4. Getting back on track
rows, table : (see tables)
%ROWTYPE attribute : 2.10.5. Anchoring to Public Variables
RPAD function : 3.9. Considering Implementation Options


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