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    PL/SQL 101 Part 6: Error Management

    Even if you write absolutely perfect PL/SQL programs, it is possible and even likely that something will go wrong and an error will occur when those programs are run. How your code responds to and deals with that error often spells the difference between a successful application and one that creates all sorts of problems for users as well as developers. This article explores the world of error management in PL/SQL: the different types of exceptions you may encounter; when, why, and how exceptions are raised; how to define your own exceptions; how you can handle exceptions when they occur; and how you can report information about problems back to your users.
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    Tom Kyte explores error handling architectures

    Tom offers advice about how best and where to handle exceptions in PL/SQL.
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    Exception Propagation Innermost Outermost In Between

    This script is used in the May 2019 PL/SQL Office Hours session to explore the different approaches recommended by Tom Kyte and Steven Feuerstein.
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