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Dynamic SQL with RETURNING BULK COLLECT INTO Clause

Posted on: May 25, 2007


Only INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE statements can have output bind variables. You bulk-bind them with the RETURNING BULK COLLECT INTO clause of EXECUTE IMMEDIATE. With this clause, you can see which data have been inserted, updated or deleted.


Example:bulk_returning.jpg

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