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Association between unix and plsql

Association between unix and plsql

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Why recruiters say unix is must with PLSQL knowledge ? what is the association between unix and PL/SQL in IT world??

RE: Association between unix and plsql

bharathh,

There is no relatiionship between Unix and PL/SQL, per se. The company's "requirement" for that combination is strictly a company requirement. I have been an Oracle DBA since 1988 (working for Oracle Corporation for the first10 of those years), and my knowledge of Unix is still at the "subsistence" level.

santaMufasa
(aka Dave of Sandy, Utah, USA)
“People may forget what you say, but they will never forget how you made them feel."

RE: Association between unix and plsql


The company may be referring to existing (and/or planned) internal IT processes which call Oracle from the unix environment, probably via the Oracle SQL*Plus utility to run PL/SQL, then redirect the output to other processes.

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