What this book covers

Chapter 1, Creating Concurrent Programs, looks at some recipes relating to concurrent programs. Essentially, a concurrent program is used to launch a program. The program could be a PL/SQL package, a report, a host script, or a Java program, for example. The chapter will detail the full list of programs that can be launched. The recipes will focus on creating concurrent programs and defining parameters. They will also show how we can run, schedule, and output data throughout a concurrent program lifecycle. At the end of this chapter, we will have built a concurrent program that runs a PL/SQL program and a host script that sends an e-mail. We will have passed parameters to our executable and written to both output files and ...

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