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Is Conditional Compilation a fully supported feature in Oracle 11g?

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I have not been able to find (via google) anything official from Oracle on Conditional Compilation in 11g. Is this a fully-supported feature? Would I be putting myself at risk by building it into my system?

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yes,  it was supported starting in 10g

no, there should be no risk inherent in using it
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Thank you!!!!
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glad I could help, remember you'll likely get more and faster responses by offering more than the minimum 50 points.  Points act as your advertising.  When your question is only worth 1/10th of what some other question is worth, that other one is weighed with greater importance  and some user filters won't even see them!
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Duly noted. Thanks.
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