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Using RECORD TYPE in ORACLE

Rao_S
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Can I not refer to the 4th field in a record type as '.field4'? In a package?
I have attached a file with both package spec and body.
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Sorry, here is the attachement! example-msg.sql
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Rao_S,

Can I ask why you selected the answers you did?  Did the informational posts really help answer the question?

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hi slightwv,
actually your post corrected my problem.
the 2 informational post only cleared a doubt in my mind (i was thinking earlier, if i should use arrays, before i posted my problem).
but your question is valid and i can change the points allocation correctly to reflect that the first solution resolved my problem.
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Since the first post answered the question asked and the other two confirmed a question before the question, might I suggest 250, 125, 125.

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