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DBMS_SQL

This is implementation of Oracle's API of package DBMS_SQL

It doesn't ensure full compatibility, but should to decrease a work necessary for successful migration.

Functionality

This extension implements subset of Oracle's dbms_sql interface. The goal of this extension is not a compatibility with Oracle, it is designed to reduce some work related migration Oracle's applications to Postgres. Some basic bulk DML functionality is supported:

do $$
declare
  c int;
  a int[];
  b varchar[];
  ca numeric[];
begin
  c := dbms_sql.open_cursor();
  call dbms_sql.parse(c, 'insert into foo values(:a, :b, :c)');
  a := ARRAY[1, 2, 3, 4, 5];
  b := ARRAY['Ahoj', 'Nazdar', 'Bazar'];
  ca := ARRAY[3.14, 2.22, 3.8, 4];

  call dbms_sql.bind_array(c, 'a', a, 2, 3);
  call dbms_sql.bind_array(c, 'b', b, 3, 4);
  call dbms_sql.bind_array(c, 'c', ca);
  raise notice 'inserted rows %d', dbms_sql.execute(c);
end;
$$;


do $$
declare
  c int;
  a int[];
  b varchar[];
  ca numeric[];
begin
  c := dbms_sql.open_cursor();
  call dbms_sql.parse(c, 'select i, ''Ahoj'' || i, i + 0.003 from generate_series(1, 35) g(i)');
  call dbms_sql.define_array(c, 1, a, 10, 1);
  call dbms_sql.define_array(c, 2, b, 10, 1);
  call dbms_sql.define_array(c, 3, ca, 10, 1);

  perform dbms_sql.execute(c);
  while dbms_sql.fetch_rows(c) > 0
  loop
    call dbms_sql.column_value(c, 1, a);
    call dbms_sql.column_value(c, 2, b);
    call dbms_sql.column_value(c, 3, ca);
    raise notice 'a = %', a;
    raise notice 'b = %', b;
    raise notice 'c = %', ca;
  end loop;
  call dbms_sql.close_cursor(c);
end;
$$;

There is function dbms_sql.describe_columns_f, that is like procedure dbms_sql.describe_columns. Attention, the type ids are related to PostgreSQL type system. The values are not converted to Oracle's numbers

do $$
declare
  c int;
  r record;
  d dbms_sql.desc_rec;
begin
  c := dbms_sql.open_cursor();
  call dbms_sql.parse(c, 'select * from pg_class');
  r := dbms_sql.describe_columns(c);
  raise notice '%', r.col_cnt;

  foreach d in array r.desc_t
  loop
    raise notice '% %', d.col_name, d.col_type::regtype;
  end loop;

  call dbms_sql.close_cursor(c);
end;
$$;

do $$
declare
  c int;
  n int;
  d dbms_sql.desc_rec;
  da dbms_sql.desc_rec[];
begin
  c := dbms_sql.open_cursor();
  call dbms_sql.parse(c, 'select * from pg_class');
  call dbms_sql.describe_columns(c, n, da);
  raise notice '%', n;

  foreach d in array da
  loop
    raise notice '% %', d.col_name, d.col_type::regtype;
  end loop;

  call dbms_sql.close_cursor(c);
end;
$$;

Dependency

When you plan to use dbms_sql extension together with Orafce, then you have to remove line with CREATE DOMAIN varchar2 AS text; statement from install sql script.

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