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RDBMS : (see relational database management system)
READ COMMITTED isolation level : 2.4.2. Transaction Visibility
reads no database state (RNDS) purity level : 2.4.1. Using Autonomous Transactions from Within SQL
reads no package state (RNPS) purity level : 7.4. UTL_COLL: Using Collection Locators
record, EXECUTE IMMEDIATE statement : 4.2.1. The EXECUTE IMMEDIATE Statement
REFRESH_POLICY procedure, DBMS_RLS package
7.3.2. DBMS_RLS Programs
7.3.7. REFRESH_POLICY: Refreshing a Policy
REFs, native dynamic SQL : 4.2.1. The EXECUTE IMMEDIATE Statement
relational database management system (RDBMS) : 1.3.8. Calling Java from PL/SQL (Chapter 9, Calling Java from PL/SQL)
remote procedure calls : 7.2.3. Controlling Trace File Contents
RESET_COMPILER_OPTION procedure, DBMS_JAVA package : 9.7. Using DBMS_JAVA and DBMS_JAVA_TEST
RESTRICT_REFERENCES pragma : 10.2.1. RESTRICT_REFERENCES Pragma
retry counters
1.3.1. Autonomous Transactions (Chapter 2, Choose Your Transaction!)
2.3. When to Use Autonomous Transactions
RETURNING clause
4.1. DBMS_SQL Versus NDS
4.4.3. Argument Modes
RETURNING INTO clause : 5.3. Bulk Querying with the BULK COLLECT Clause
reusable application components
1.3.1. Autonomous Transactions (Chapter 2, Choose Your Transaction!)
2.3. When to Use Autonomous Transactions
reusing dynamic SQL cursors : 4.1. DBMS_SQL Versus NDS
REVOKE statement : 7.6.2. System-Level Access Control
REVOKE_QUEUE_PRIVILEGE procedure, DBMS_AQADM package : 7.6.3.2. REVOKE_QUEUE_PRIVILEGE: Revoking queue-level privileges
REVOKE_SYSTEM_PRIVILEGE procedure, DBMS_AQADM package : 7.6.2.2. REVOKE_SYSTEM_PRIVILEGE: Revoking system-level privileges
RNDS (reads no database state) : 2.4.1. Using Autonomous Transactions from Within SQL
RNPS (reads no package state) : 7.4. UTL_COLL: Using Collection Locators
roles : 1.3.2. Invoker Rights (Chapter 3, Invoker Rights: Your Schema or Mine? )
ROLLBACK statement : 2.5.2. Using Autonomous Transactions in a Database Trigger
rollbacks
1.3.1. Autonomous Transactions (Chapter 2, Choose Your Transaction!)
2.3. When to Use Autonomous Transactions
row-by-row fetching : 5.5. Analyzing the Impact of Bulk Operations
row-level security (RLS)
1.3.7. Fine-Grained Access Control (Chapter 8, Deploying Fine-Grained Access Control)
7.3.2. DBMS_RLS Programs
ROWID : 4.5. Working with Objects and Collections
ROWNUM : 5.3.1. Restricting Bulk Collection with ROWNUM
rule-based subscribers : 7.6.4. Improved Publish/Subscribe Support
rules
FORALL statement : 5.2. Bulk DML with the FORALL Statement
Java wrappers : 9.8.2. Some Rules for Java Wrappers
triggers : 6.2. Database-Level Event Triggers
runddl engine : 1.3.2. Invoker Rights (Chapter 3, Invoker Rights: Your Schema or Mine? )


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