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Can Collections Speed Up Your PL/SQL?
Topic: The Database
Owner: Patrick Barel
Date: 2013-05-15
Subtopic: At A Glance

Collections (array-like structures in PL/SQL) are used in two of the most important performance features of PL/SQL: BULK COLLECT for data retrieval and FORALL for data modification.

Collections (array-like structures in PL/SQL) are critical data structures that are used in some of the most important features of PL/SQL. Every PL/SQL developer should have a deep familiarity with collections and the wide range of features that Oracle has implemented for them over the years. This session introduces collections and quickly moves on to detailed explanations of collection methods, how to leverage string indexing in associative arrays, multi-level collections, set-level operations on nested tables and more.

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