PL/SQL and Parallel Processing

  • Dominic Delmolino


Imagine if you went to the grocery store and only one person was allowed in at a time. Everyone else had to wait outside in a long line until each individual completed their trip before entering the store. Even worse, image if you were only allowed to buy one item while inside the store. If you needed multiple items, you were required to get back in line outside of the store for each one.


Parallel Processing Collection Type Parallel Procedure 2EDUCE Function Pipeline Function 
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© John Beresniewicz, Adrian Billington, Martin Büchi, Melanie Caffrey, Ron Crisco, Lewis Cunningham, Dominic Delmolino, Sue Harper, Torben Holm, Connor McDonald, Arup Nanda, Stephan Petit, Michael Rosenblum, Robyn Sands, Riyaj Shamsudeen 2011

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