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MAKE procedure
14.2.1. Getting Started with DBMS_REFRESH, Oracle Built-in Packages
14.2.2.1. The DBMS_REFRESH.MAKE procedure, Oracle Built-in Packages
MAKE_COLUMN_GROUP procedure
16.1.1. DBMS_REPCAT Programs, Oracle Built-in Packages
16.2.2.3. The DBMS_REPCAT.MAKE_COLUMN_GROUP procedure, Oracle Built-in Packages
MAKE_DATA_BLOCK_ADDRESS function
10.1.1. Getting Started with DBMS_UTILITY, Oracle Built-in Packages
10.1.2.16. The DBMS_UTILITY.MAKE_DATA_BLOCK_ADDRESS function, Oracle Built-in Packages
MAKE_REF function
20.3.3. MAKE_REF: Returning a Virtual REF, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
DECODE function in: 20.4.2.3. Working around the ORA-22972 problem, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
MANAGE_ANY option, GRANT_SYSTEM_PRIVILEGE procedure: 7.6.2.1. GRANT_SYSTEM_PRIVILEGE: Granting system-level privileges, Guide to Oracle8i Features
MAP methods: 18.3.6.1. The MAP and ORDER methods, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
MATCH function, OWA_PATTERN package: 7.2.2.3. Procedures and functions, Oracle Web Applications
MAXLEN property
21.4.1. Datatype Conversion, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
21.4.3.3. MAXLEN property, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
MIGRATE_QUEUE_TABLE procedure, DBMS_AQADM package: 7.6.1. CREATE_QUEUE_TABLE and MIGRATE_QUEUE_TABLE: Setting Version Compatibility and Queue Migration, Guide to Oracle8i Features
MIME (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions): 2.2.6. The Resource MIME Type, Oracle Web Applications
MIME type, WebDB: 3.2.3.3. MIME type mappings, Oracle Web Applications
MIME_HEADER procedure: 7.4.1.4. HTML and HTTP utilities, Oracle Web Applications
MOD function
20.1.1.4. Getting back on track, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
13.1.13. The MOD function, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
MONITOR tool: 25.1. Analyzing Program Performance, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
MONTHS_BETWEEN function: 12.1.3. The MONTHS_BETWEEN function, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
MPEG format
2.1. Resources, Oracle Web Applications
1.3.9.2. Multimedia data, Oracle Web Applications
MS-DOS delimiter: 5.11.1. Package constants and exceptions, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
MTS (multithreaded server): 7.2.2. DBMS_TRACE Programs , Guide to Oracle8i Features
MULTISET pseudo-function: 19.5.3. The MULTISET Pseudo-function, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
Maximum Number of Worker Threads parameter, DAD: 3.2.2.1. DAD parameters, Oracle Web Applications
Method 4 dynamic SQL
(see also dynamic SQL, Method 4)
4.1. DBMS_SQL Versus NDS, Guide to Oracle8i Features
Microsoft
Excel: 1.3.9.1. Text data, Oracle Web Applications
FrontPage: 1.3.9.2. Multimedia data, Oracle Web Applications
Internet Explorer: 2.2.4. The Web Browser, Oracle Web Applications
Outlook
1.3.1. The Internet File System, Oracle Web Applications
1.3.8.2. EnterpriseSync Lite, Oracle Web Applications
PowerPoint: 1.3.9.1. Text data, Oracle Web Applications
Windows 95: 2.2.1. The TCP/IP Network, Oracle Web Applications
Windows 98: 2.2.1. The TCP/IP Network, Oracle Web Applications
Windows NT: 2.2.1. The TCP/IP Network, Oracle Web Applications
access: 1.3.8.1. Oracle Lite, Oracle Web Applications
Microsoft Transact-SQL: 1.2. And Then There's Java, Guide to Oracle8i Features
Microsoft Windows NT
7.1.2. Installing DBMS_PROFILER, Guide to Oracle8i Features
7.2.4. Format of Collected Data , Guide to Oracle8i Features
7.2.1. Installing DBMS_TRACE, Guide to Oracle8i Features
magic values: 16.3.1.2. A package of magic values, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
hard-coding: 1.7.5. Structured Code and Other Best Practices, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
mail
C.8. DBMS_MAIL, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
sending with external procedures: 21.7.2. Example: Sending Email, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
mailboxes: (see message buffers)
main transactions: 1.3.1. Autonomous Transactions (Chapter 2, Choose Your Transaction!), Guide to Oracle8i Features
maintaining state: 7.3. Maintaining State, Oracle Web Applications
major_pkg package
(see also specific program names)
5.7.8. Working with Multiple Consumers, Oracle Built-in Packages
make procedure: 5.18.2. Creating and destroying lists, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
make_payment procedure: 5.7.5. Searching by Correlation Identifier, Oracle Built-in Packages
makepipe function: 3.1.3.1. The DBMS_PIPE.CREATE_PIPE function, Oracle Built-in Packages
managing temporary LOBs: 7.5.2.5. Managing temporary LOBs, Guide to Oracle8i Features
managing work queue (example): 6.13.2. Managing a Work Queue with SELECT FOR UPDATE, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
manual records: 9.6.1.1. Manual records, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
mark_for_sale procedure: 5.7.6. Using Time Delay and Expiration, Oracle Built-in Packages
master databases: (see master sites)
master definition site: 15.3.2.1. The DBMS_REPCAT.CREATE_MASTER_REPGROUP procedure, Oracle Built-in Packages
concepts: 15.3.5. Adding and Removing Master Sites with DBMS_REPCAT, Oracle Built-in Packages
relocating: 15.3.5.4. The DBMS_REPCAT.RELOCATE_MASTERDEF procedure, Oracle Built-in Packages
master sites
(see also master definition site; replicated; and replication)
1.3.8. InternetLite, Oracle Web Applications
15.3.5.1. The DBMS_REPCAT.ADD_MASTER_DATABASE procedure, Oracle Built-in Packages
adding: 15.3.5.1. The DBMS_REPCAT.ADD_MASTER_DATABASE procedure, Oracle Built-in Packages
comments, adding or changing: 15.3.5.3. The DBMS_REPCAT.COMMENT_ON_REPSITES procedure, Oracle Built-in Packages
definition and concepts: 15.3.5. Adding and Removing Master Sites with DBMS_REPCAT, Oracle Built-in Packages
dropping replication groups and: 15.3.2.2. The DBMS_REPCAT.DROP_MASTER_REPGROUP procedure, Oracle Built-in Packages
instantiation: 15.4. DBMS_OFFLINE_OG: Performing Site Instantiation, Oracle Built-in Packages
beginning import: 15.4.2.2. The DBMS_OFFLINE_OG.BEGIN_LOAD procedure, Oracle Built-in Packages
beginning instantiation: 15.4.2.1. The DBMS_OFFLINE_OG.BEGIN_INSTANTIATION procedure, Oracle Built-in Packages
difference rectification versus: 15.5.2.2. The DBMS_RECTIFIER_DIFF.RECTIFY procedure, Oracle Built-in Packages
ending import: 15.4.2.4. The DBMS_OFFLINE_OG.END_LOAD procedure, Oracle Built-in Packages
ending instantiation: 15.4.2.3. The DBMS_OFFLINE_OG.END_INSTANTIATION procedure, Oracle Built-in Packages
process steps: 15.4.2.1. The DBMS_OFFLINE_OG.BEGIN_INSTANTIATION procedure, Oracle Built-in Packages
resuming replication activity: 15.4.2.5. The DBMS_OFFLINE_OG.RESUME_SUBSET_OF_MASTERS procedure, Oracle Built-in Packages
resynchronizing object identifiers: 15.3.8.1. The DBMS_REPCAT.REPCAT_IMPORT_CHECK procedure, Oracle Built-in Packages
remote destinations and: 17.1.1. About Remote Destinations, Oracle Built-in Packages
removing: 15.3.5.2. The DBMS_REPCAT.REMOVE_MASTER_DATABASES procedure, Oracle Built-in Packages
switching snapshot replication groups: 14.4.6.1. The DBMS_REPCAT.SWITCH_SNAPSHOT_MASTER procedure, Oracle Built-in Packages
mastsnap.sql : 14.1.6.2. The DBMS_SNAPSHOT.UNREGISTER_SNAPSHOT procedures (Oracle8 only), Oracle Built-in Packages
max_line variable: 5.11.1. Package constants and exceptions, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
max_line_size constant: 5.11.1. Package constants and exceptions, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
max_row function: 5.19.2. Managing and accessing message text, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
max_varchar2 variable
5.3.2. Anchoring datatypes, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
6.5. The Predefined Datatypes, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
member methods: 18.3.1. About Object Types, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
memory
PL/Vision package requirements: 4.3.2. Storage Requirements, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
SGA (System Global Area)
pinning critical code in: 25.2.2. Pin Critical Code into the SGA, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
tuning shared pool size: 25.2.1. Tune the Size of the Shared Pool of the SGA, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
VSIZE function: 13.3.10. The VSIZE function, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
analyzing size of code: 23.6.3. Analyzing the Size of PL/SQL Code, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
and conditional control statements: 5.1.4. Nested IF Statements, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
bulk collection: 5.3.1. Restricting Bulk Collection with ROWNUM , Guide to Oracle8i Features
cursor reuse and: 2.4.4. Minimizing Memory for Cursors, Oracle Built-in Packages
determining free disk space (example): 21.1.1. Example: Determining Free Disk Space on Windows NT, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
freeing user memory: 11.1.4.2. The DBMS_SESSION.FREE_UNUSED_USER_MEMORY procedure, Oracle Built-in Packages
resetting package variables and: 11.1.4.3. The DBMS_SESSION.RESET_PACKAGE procedure, Oracle Built-in Packages
measuring usage: 11.1.5.8. The memory procedure, Oracle Built-in Packages
memory-based architecture of code: 23.1.3. Memory-Based Architecture of PL/SQL Code , Oracle PL/SQL Programming
package architecture: 1.4.3. The Memory-Resident Architecture of Packages, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
reducing package variables usage: 25.2.5. Reducing Memory Usage of Package Variables, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
shared: 1.4.3.1. Managing packages in shared memory, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
tables and use of: 11.1.4.2. The DBMS_SESSION.FREE_UNUSED_USER_MEMORY procedure, Oracle Built-in Packages
used by open cursors: 6.8. Closing Cursors, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
memory procedure: 11.1.5.8. The memory procedure, Oracle Built-in Packages
menu wizard, WebDB: 3.1.2.2. Building user interface components , Oracle Web Applications
message, elapsed time display: 14.3.1. elapsed_message Function, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
message buffers
(see also DBMS_PIPE package; messages (pipes)
3.1.3.3. The DBMS_PIPE.RESET_BUFFER procedure, Oracle Built-in Packages
3.1.2.1. Memory structures, Oracle Built-in Packages
compressed data in
3.1.4.2. The DBMS_PIPE.PACK_MESSAGE_RAW procedure, Oracle Built-in Packages
3.1.7.2. Exploring DBMS_PIPE , Oracle Built-in Packages
encrypted data in: 3.1.4.2. The DBMS_PIPE.PACK_MESSAGE_RAW procedure, Oracle Built-in Packages
exception handling and
3.1.3.3. The DBMS_PIPE.RESET_BUFFER procedure, Oracle Built-in Packages
3.1.6.5. Using RESET_BUFFER, Oracle Built-in Packages
resetting
3.1.3.3. The DBMS_PIPE.RESET_BUFFER procedure, Oracle Built-in Packages
3.1.6.5. Using RESET_BUFFER, Oracle Built-in Packages
message groups
5.1.2. Enqueue Features, Oracle Built-in Packages
5.1.5. A Glossary of Terms, Oracle Built-in Packages
dequeuing and: 5.4.2.6. Dequeuing with message grouping, Oracle Built-in Packages
example of use: 5.7.7. Working with Message Groups, Oracle Built-in Packages
message identifiers
5.1.5. A Glossary of Terms, Oracle Built-in Packages
5.3.7. Enqueue Options Record Type, Oracle Built-in Packages
5.3.8. Dequeue Options Record Type, Oracle Built-in Packages
message properties record type: 5.3.6. Message Properties Record Type, Oracle Built-in Packages
message queues: (see queues)
messages
5.19. PLVmsg: Message Handling, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
9. PLVmsg: Single-Sourcing PL/SQL Message Text, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
error: 22.1.6.4. Defining error messages with PLVmsg, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
trace: (see tracing)
messages (AQ)
(see also queues)
5.1. Oracle AQ Concepts, Oracle Built-in Packages
5.1.5. A Glossary of Terms, Oracle Built-in Packages
broadcasting: (see broadcasting)
browsing
5.1.3. Dequeue Features, Oracle Built-in Packages
5.3.8. Dequeue Options Record Type, Oracle Built-in Packages
example: 5.7.4. Browsing a Queue's Contents, Oracle Built-in Packages
correlation identifiers: (see correlation identifiers)
data typing: 5.1.1. General Features, Oracle Built-in Packages
dequeuing: (see dequeuing)
enqueuing: (see enqueuing)
expiration time: 5.3.6. Message Properties Record Type, Oracle Built-in Packages
funneling in: 5.1.4. Propagation Features, Oracle Built-in Packages
groups: (see message groups)
identifiers
5.1.5. A Glossary of Terms, Oracle Built-in Packages
5.3.7. Enqueue Options Record Type, Oracle Built-in Packages
5.3.8. Dequeue Options Record Type, Oracle Built-in Packages
modifying properties of (example): 5.4.1.2. Examples, Oracle Built-in Packages
next message received: 5.3.8. Dequeue Options Record Type, Oracle Built-in Packages
object types for: 5.3.3. Queue Type Names, Oracle Built-in Packages
obtaining information about (example): 5.4.1.2. Examples, Oracle Built-in Packages
order of in queues
5.1.2. Enqueue Features, Oracle Built-in Packages
5.5.1.2. The DBMS_AQADM.CREATE_QUEUE_TABLE procedure, Oracle Built-in Packages
priority
5.3.6. Message Properties Record Type, Oracle Built-in Packages
5.4.2.5. Dequeue navigation, Oracle Built-in Packages
propagating: (see propagating messages)
retention of: 5.1.1. General Features, Oracle Built-in Packages
rollback and: 5.1.3. Dequeue Features, Oracle Built-in Packages
scheduling processing of: 5.1.2. Enqueue Features, Oracle Built-in Packages
states of: 5.3.6. Message Properties Record Type, Oracle Built-in Packages
statistics, views for: 5.6.2.4. The GV$AQ and V$AQ dynamic statistics views, Oracle Built-in Packages
tables and: 5.1.1. General Features, Oracle Built-in Packages
waiting for: 5.3.8. Dequeue Options Record Type, Oracle Built-in Packages
messages (pipes)
(see also DBMS_PIPE package; message buffers; pipes)
3.1.7.3. The dbpipe utility package, Oracle Built-in Packages
3.1.3.1. The DBMS_PIPE.CREATE_PIPE function, Oracle Built-in Packages
buffers for: (see message buffers)
data typing: 3.1.6.1. Defining message types and encapsulating communications logic, Oracle Built-in Packages
datatype values, returning: 3.1.4.7. The DBMS_PIPE.NEXT_ITEM_TYPE function, Oracle Built-in Packages
examining: 3.1.7.3. The dbpipe utility package, Oracle Built-in Packages
forwarding to another pipe: 3.1.7.3. The dbpipe utility package, Oracle Built-in Packages
logging: 3.1.7.4. Implementing a server program, Oracle Built-in Packages
packing: 3.1.4.1. The DBMS_PIPE.PACK_MESSAGE procedure, Oracle Built-in Packages
private pipes
3.1. DBMS_PIPE: Communicating Between Sessions , Oracle Built-in Packages
3.1.3.1. The DBMS_PIPE.CREATE_PIPE function, Oracle Built-in Packages
public pipes: 3.1. DBMS_PIPE: Communicating Between Sessions , Oracle Built-in Packages
receiving: 3.1.5.2. The DBMS_PIPE.RECEIVE_MESSAGE function, Oracle Built-in Packages
sending: 3.1.5.1. The DBMS_PIPE.SEND_MESSAGE function, Oracle Built-in Packages
relationship to unpacking: 3.1.7.2. Exploring DBMS_PIPE , Oracle Built-in Packages
separating for specific recipients: 3.1.6.2. Separating messages, Oracle Built-in Packages
unpacking: 3.1.4.4. The DBMS_PIPE.UNPACK_MESSAGE procedure, Oracle Built-in Packages
memory required for: 3.1.7.3. The dbpipe utility package, Oracle Built-in Packages
relationship to sending: 3.1.7.2. Exploring DBMS_PIPE , Oracle Built-in Packages
messages about debugging: 24.2.9. Build Debugging Messages into Your Packages, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
metadata: 1.2.1.1. Finding what you need, Oracle Web Applications
metainformation: 5.1.2.3. A sample document, Oracle Web Applications
methods: 18.1.1. Terminology, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
dot notation for: 18.3.4.2. Dots in method invocations, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
for collections, built-in: 19.6. Collection Built-Ins, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
modifying persistent objects: 18.5.2. Approach 2: Define Methods and Permit Limited Use of Conventional SQL, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
types of: 18.3.1. About Object Types, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
methods for dynamic SQL: 2.2.4. Types of Dynamic SQL, Oracle Built-in Packages
min_row function: 5.19.2. Managing and accessing message text, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
minimizing trace output: 7.2.3. Controlling Trace File Contents, Guide to Oracle8i Features
minute: (see date and time)
mobile applications: 1.1. The Internet Grows Up, Oracle Web Applications
mode, file: 13.1.3. File Location, Name, and Mode, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
mode_name function: 5.7.4. Browsing a Queue's Contents, Oracle Built-in Packages
modes, PL/SQL: 6.1.3. Parameters, Oracle Web Applications
modes, cursor parameters: 6.10.4. Cursor Parameter Modes , Oracle PL/SQL Programming
modifying table rows: 10.5. Referencing and Modifying PL/SQL Table Rows, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
modularization
A.1.7. Modules, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
A.2.7. Modules, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
16.4.2.1. Benefits of internal modularization, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
16.4.3.3. Modularization inside put_line , Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
15.1. Modular Code, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
layers: 4.1.1. The Benefits of PL/Vision, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
modularizing: 2.9. Modularizing for Maintainable Packages, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
module procedure
5.22.3. Parsing PL/SQL source code, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
10.3.2.3. module procedure, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
18.1.1.4. Converting a module, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
18.2.3.1. Cataloguing a single module , Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
21.2.4.7. Retrieving stack contents, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
7.3.1. About the register_app Package, Oracle Built-in Packages
modules
(see also blocks; functions; packages; procedures; programs)
1.4.3.10. Modular construction, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
2.7. Block Structure, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
15. Procedures and Functions, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
22.1.1. Make Sure the Module Name Explains the Module, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
anchoring to variables in: 4.5.4. Anchoring to Variables in Other PL/SQL Blocks, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
and target labels: 5.2.1.3. Target labels and PL/SQL blocks, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
assertion: 22.2.4. Use Assertion Modules to Validate Parameters and Assumptions, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
collections as parameters of: 19.2.2.3. Collections as module parameters, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
constructing: 15.2.1. Sequence of Section Construction, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
designing with NULL statements: 5.2.2.3. Supporting top-down design of modules, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
exception handlers in
(see also exceptions)
22.2.3. Avoid Exception Handlers for Normal Program Exits, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
formatting: 3.4. Formatting PL/SQL Blocks, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
forward declarations of: 15.9. Forward Declarations, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
including in trace messages: 21.2.1. Directing Output from PLVtrc, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
independent: 22.5. Create Independent Modules, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
local
1.7.1. Write as Little Code as Possible, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
15.7. Local Modules, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
22.3. Take Full Advantage of Local Modularization, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
naming
(see also program names)
15.3.4.3. Named modules offer scoping effect of nested block, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
15.3.5.3. Qualifying identifier names with module names, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
22.1.1. Make Sure the Module Name Explains the Module, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
nested
1.6.5. Scoping with nested blocks, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
2.7.3. Nested Blocks, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
raising exceptions in: 8.4.1.2. Raising exceptions in nested blocks, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
overloaded
1.6.6. Module overloading, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
15.8. Module Overloading, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
overloading: 18.1.4.4. Polymorphism , Oracle PL/SQL Programming
parameters of: 15.6. Parameters, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
without: 22.4. Be Wary of Modules Without Any Parameters , Oracle PL/SQL Programming
specifying in packages: 16.3. The Package Specification, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
status of: 23.3. Module Validation and Dependency Management, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
stored: 23. Managing Code in the Database, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
utility: C.16. DBMS_UTILITY, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
validating: 23.3. Module Validation and Dependency Management, Oracle PL/SQL Programming
modules procedure
11.7.2. Constructing the Execution String, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
18.2.3.2. Cataloguing multiple modules , Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
month: (see date and time)
more procedure
5.14.4. Displaying online help, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
17.4.1. Showing the Help Text, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
17.5.6. Page Pausing with PLVhlp.more, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
more_objects function
5.20.5. Interfacing with the PLVobj cursor, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
11.4.3. Checking for Last Record, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
msgcount function: 5.7.1. Improving AQ Ease of Use, Oracle Built-in Packages
msgdata function: 5.7.1. Improving AQ Ease of Use, Oracle Built-in Packages
mth_total function: 13.5.3.1. Building utilities around infile, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
multi_line data structure, OWA_TEXT package: 7.2.1.1. Data structures, Oracle Web Applications
multiline comments
5.16.1. Analyzing PL/SQL string content, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
(see block comments)
multiline statements, formatting: 3.1.6. Formatting Multiline Statements , Oracle PL/SQL Programming
multimedia data: 1.3.8.4. InternetLite server and API, Oracle Web Applications
multiobj procedure: 19.4.1.4. Implementing multiobject actions, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
multiple
consumers
5.1.2. Enqueue Features, Oracle Built-in Packages
5.1.5. A Glossary of Terms, Oracle Built-in Packages
example: 5.7.8. Working with Multiple Consumers, Oracle Built-in Packages
granting access
5.2.3. Authorizing Accounts to Use Oracle AQ, Oracle Built-in Packages
5.5.1.1. The DBMS_AQADM.GRANT_TYPE_ACCESS procedure, Oracle Built-in Packages
modules, cataloging: 18.2.3.2. Cataloguing multiple modules , Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
objects, actions on: 19.4.1.4. Implementing multiobject actions, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
package construction: 2.11. Simultaneous Construction of Multiple Packages, Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Programming with Packages
rows: (see arrays)
multiple-character substitution (%): 5.7.5.1. Wildcarded correlation identifiers, Oracle Built-in Packages
multirow queries with cursor variables, native dynamic SQL: 4.3. Multirow Queries with Cursor Variables, Guide to Oracle8i Features
multithreaded server environments, releasing locks and: 4.1.2.2. The DBMS_LOCK.REQUEST function, Oracle Built-in Packages
mutual recursion: (see forward declarations)
my_session package
(see also specific program names)
1.3.5.1. Examples of encapsulation packages, Oracle Built-in Packages
11.1.5.1. Adding value to DBMS_SESSION, Oracle Built-in Packages
myfile package: 1.3.6.2. Handling exceptions in Oracle Developer/2000 Release 1, Oracle Built-in Packages
myfile.spp : 1.3.6.2. Handling exceptions in Oracle Developer/2000 Release 1, Oracle Built-in Packages
mysess.sql : 11.1.5.1. Adding value to DBMS_SESSION, Oracle Built-in Packages


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