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Quite a nice post about debugging with DBMS_DEBUG

September 27th, 2005 by Pete


I saw a post on the Amis blog today titled "Debugging PL/SQL with DBMS_DEBUG" that talks about René Nyffenegger's page that explains how to use the PL/SQL package DBMS_DEBUG from the command line. This is an excellent page and worth looking at that i had seen before some time ago but had forgotten about. I had downloaded René's code a long time ago and played with it quite extensively.

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