Custom Search
www.rocket99.com : Technical Guides Sybase Oracle UNIX Javascript


Technical Guides
Sybase
Oracle
UNIX
Javascript




Of Interest

Business Intelligence and Analytics



Oracle Training





Oracle » PL-SQL » Coding »

Sleep and Wait

     



Sometimes it is necessary to delay the execution of commands, for debugging,
or batch runs.



/* Sleep 60 seconds */

execute dbms_lock.sleep(60);


/* Sleep one hour */

execute dbms_lock.sleep(3600);









Oracle : Related Topics

Oracle : PL-SQL : Creating a stored procedure
Oracle : PL-SQL : Displaying output
Oracle : PL-SQL : Output variables
Oracle : PL-SQL : Arrays and structures
Oracle : PL-SQL : Conditionals
Oracle : PL-SQL : Looping in PL-SQL
Oracle : PL-SQL : Packages
Oracle : PL-SQL : Exception Handling
Oracle : PL-SQL : Date Manipulation
Oracle : PL-SQL : Parallel Query Processing
Oracle : PL-SQL : Exit if error, in a SQL script
Oracle : PL-SQL : Cursors
Oracle : PL-SQL : Complex IF/THEN Processing
Oracle : PL-SQL : Creating triggers
Oracle : PL-SQL : Ranking Data
Oracle : PL-SQL : How to do an outer join in Oracle
Oracle : PL-SQL : Loops in PL-SQL : Hierarchy

Sybase Web Site
Sybase iAnywhere Mobile Web Site
Oracle Enterprise Web Site



Get the latest Rocket99 news and tech tips via






Site Index About this Guide to Sybase, Oracle, and UNIX Contact Us Advertise on this site




Copyright © 2016 Stoltenbar Inc All Rights Reserved.