It's defined using the DECLARE keyword and the table's structure is defined in the declaration as shown below: --Creating User Defined Table Type CREATE TYPE dbo.Test Table AS TABLE ( ID INT, Name NVARCHAR(40) ) --Declaring table variable DECLARE @Test Table AS dbo.For versions prior to 4.1, the only workaround is to create two timestamp columns in a table, and explicitly set the second one when inserting the record.
'RETURNING c1*c2 INTO :bnd3', DBMS_SQL. The bind variables or collections of a SQL statement are identified by their names.
Also, there are some tasks that can only be performed using To process a SQL statement, you must have an open cursor. CLOSE_CURSOR(c); -- loop through the names and sals collections FOR i IN names. When binding a value to a bind variable or bind array, the string identifying it in the statement must contain a leading colon, as shown in the following example: BINARY_DOUBLE BINARY_FLOAT BLOB CLOB CHARACTER SET ANY_CS DATE INTERVAL DAY TO SECOND(9,9) (DSINTERVAL_UNCONSTRAINED) NUMBER TIME(9) (TIME_UNCONSTRAINED) TIMESTAMP(9) (TIMESTAMP_UNCONSTRAINED) VARCHAR2 CHARACTER SET ANY_CS INTERVAL YEAR TO MONTH(9) (YMINTERVAL_UNCONSTRAINED) VARRAY Nested table parameter for bulk operations.
Because of the well-defined scope, a table variable will generally use fewer resources than a temporary table.
package provides an interface for using dynamic SQL to execute data manipulation language (DML) and data definition language (DDL) statements, execute PL/SQL anonymous blocks, and call PL/SQL stored procedures and functions. VARIABLE_VALUE(c, 'bnd3', r);-- get value of outbind variable DBMS_SQL. NUMBER_TABLE) is c NUMBER; n NUMBER; BEGIN c := DBMS_SQL. PARSE(c, 'insert into tab VALUES (:bnd1, :bnd2) '