What is PLSQL Presidency University Bangalore Database Management System

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What is PL/SQL? Presidency University, Bangalore- Database Management System

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In Oracle database management, PL/SQL is a procedural language extension to Structured Query Language (SQL). The purpose of PL/SQL is to combine database language and procedural programming language.

Few advantages of PL/SQL:

Procedural language support : PL/SQL is a development tools not only for data manipulation futures but also provide the conditional checking, looping or branching operations same as like other programming language.

Reduces network traffic : This one is great advantages of PL/SQL. Because PL/SQL nature is entire block of SQL statements execute into oracle engine all at once so it's main benefit is reducing the network traffic.

Error handling : PL/SQL is dealing with error handling, It's permits the smart way handling the errors and giving user friendly error messages, when the errors are encountered.

Declare variable : PL/SQL gives you control to declare variables and access them within the block. The declared variables can be used at the time of query processing.

Intermediate Calculation : Calculations in PL/SQL done quickly and efficiently without using Oracle engines. This improves the transaction performance.

Portable application : Applications are written in PL/SQL are portable in any Operating system. PL/SQL applications are independence program to run any computer

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