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From where on the net can i download comprehensive information on DBMS packages free of cost ?
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Go to technet.oracle.com
Choose the documentation and open any oracle8i documentation.
One of the books in oracle8i's documentation is all dbms packages descriptions.

You may need to register but it's free!

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Just for it to be easier for you go to this link:
http://quake.emsphone.com/oracle/
Choose there oracle8i Server and Warehouse...
And there you can find the book with all package descriptions.
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