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Oracle Define Functions,Procedure or Package

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Can you name Oracle defined inbuilt

1) Functions
2) Procedure
3) Packages  ???
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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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can you please clarify your question?

now, if I understand correctly, you want to rename the oracle functions?
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by:prasanthi_k
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In case you want to know the names of the built-in packages available in Oracle 10g, then there is a good book available online at http://www.unix.org.ua/orelly/oracle/bipack/ch01_02.htm

There is a list of many built-in packages there.
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by:sonicefu
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Built-in function names can also be found from the following query

select object_name from all_arguments
where package_name = 'STANDARD'

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by:sonicefu
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If you want to become a master of developing your own PL/SQL Packages then download the following book
http://www.4shared.com/file/29142325/52885561/_eBook_-_chm__Advanced_Oracle_PLSQL_-_Programming_with_Packages.html?s=1
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Do Oracle have concept for Built in Procedures ?
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by:sujith80
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>> Do Oracle have concept for Built in Procedures ?

Built in procedures to do what?
What exactly are you looking for?
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by:sonicefu
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Yes there are, for example

DBMS_UTILITY.NAME_TOKENIZE procedure

This procedure calls the PL/SQL parser to parse the given name that is in the following format,

    a [ . b [. c]] [@dblink ]

where dblink is the name of a database link. Here's the header for the procedure:

    PROCEDURE DBMS_UTILITY.NAME_TOKENIZE
       (name  IN VARCHAR2,
        a OUT VARCHAR2,
        b OUT VARCHAR2,
        c OUT VARCHAR2,
        dblink OUT VARCHAR2,
        nextpos OUT BINARY_INTEGER);
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