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Perl and Oracle

Perl and Oracle

Perl and Oracle

I'm new to Perl and need to write a script that execute an Oracle procedure with bind variables.  Could someone give me some sample scripts on how to do this.  Thanks,

RE: Perl and Oracle

Hello moepower,
Sorry, this is not a short to the point answer, but the link below is a good one.
My advice would be to make use of the DBI and DBD::Oracle module.  Those two will give you a pretty good interface for talking to oracle or just about any other available RDBMS.  See http://www.perl.com/pub/1999/10/DBI.html. 

You can get info on both modules at www.perl.com. ;  Additionally, I would suggest getting a copy of 'Programming the Perl DBI' by Descarte and Bounce, published by O'Reilly.    I seem to remember seeing that book online at Perl.com, but I can't find it.  If/when I do, I'll add to this thread.

'hope this helps.

 keep the rudder amid ship and beware the odd typo

RE: Perl and Oracle

Thanks.  I'll look into this.

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