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    Can we exec a procedure by using execute immediate
    Radhakrishnan.M

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    You can EXECUTE IMMEDIATE pl/sql block, that call to procedure.

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    begin
    execute immediate 'call sp_proc()';
    end;
    Cheers!
    OraKid.

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    What is the advantage of using 'Execute Immediate' over 'Execute'?

    Raminder Singh

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    this will be helpfull when u create a whole pl/sql block dynamically. i this case i cannot use the conventional way.
    if iam wrong do correct me
    Cheers!
    OraKid.

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    Wink

    Hi there,
    my preferred one:

    EXECUTE IMMEDIATE 'BEGIN scott.do_it; END;'

    cu
    6502

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    originally posted by Raminder:
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    What is the advantage of using 'Execute Immediate' over 'Execute'?
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    with execute immediate you can execute a sql or a procedure dynamically, which can be very advantageous if your sql or procedure needs variable or parameter that is not fixed.

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