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Why does the parameter count change

January 8th, 2008 by Pete


Just a quick post. I saw yesterday a nice post from Tanel titled Why does Oracle parameter count change during session lifetime? and thought it worth a link. I am always impressed with Tanel's work and this is an interesting post that explains why the parameter count seems to rise when an undocumented parameter is set in a session. Nice internals post!

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