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IRR function in PL/SQL

Posted on 2003-12-03
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On Oracle 8i,

Does anyone know where can I find pl/sql function that does Internal revenue return (IRR)?
I know I can find it in Oracle financials but my client does not want to purchace this package.
If someone has a source he is willing to share...that might help a lot.

Thanks
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Some financial functions such as IRR, NPV are part of the embedded OLAP services in Oracle 9i Enterprise Edition
If you create an Analytical Workspace you will have the ability to use these functions via the OLAP DML.

For more information please see the Oracle OLAP User's Guide and the Oracle OLAP DML guide.

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Seems that they mean Internal Rate of Return function what is not what you want.
Simply go to IRS and ask them how to calculate the function. They will give you a booklet.
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Post your question also here

http://www.oaug.org/






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