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Re: DBMS PIPE [message #369137] Thu, 16 March 2000 14:55
rajeshwar reddy
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Registered: March 2000
Junior Member
hi tripathi

I think u'r talking about pining object in memory for fater run.we can put some packages directly in memory like dbms_sharedpood.keep('package_name');
overheads it will occupy memory in sga.once u finish u'r application take package from memory.
dbms_sharedpool.unkeep().

why we use PIPE in oracle:
a database pipe is independent of OS and it will
be used Different sessions connected to the same
instance can send and receive messages over pipe

if u have any query get back to me
bye
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