Packages Wizard (Oracle)
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A package is a collection of related program objects stored together in the database. A package specification or package header, declares variables, constants, etc., that are visible outside the package’s immediate scope. The package body defines objects declared by the specification but are not visible to applications outside the package. Packages contain all the information needed to process SQL statements from a single source file. You can use packages to process and call batches of SQL.
To Open the Package Wizard
- On the Navigator/Explorer, find the datasource where you want to create a package and expand the Schema node.
- Right-click the Packages node, and select New.
You’re asked to name an owner for the package and give it a name. When you click Finish, the Packages editor opens to the header tab where you indicate any package specifications and create the package body. For more information, see Package Bodies Editor (Oracle).