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fausto bertoli

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oracle package documentation
« on: December 22, 2012, 07:13:51 am »
When we import oracle schema package are imported as classes with two methods: one for the header and one for the body.
Moreover these two methods created do not have any useful meaning.
On the other side, all the related internal procedure/functions are not modeled at all within EA.
Why?
There is any unknow requirement for such behaviour?


koenvanthiel

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Re: oracle package documentation
« Reply #1 on: May 19, 2022, 05:46:44 pm »
For procedures and functions it is possible to right click the element and click "SQL Object Properties".
In this screen I can view the code.

I'm struggling with opening the Oracle Package code.
Reverse engineering the package gives the result in EA of a Class with two operations:
<package body> body()
<package spec> specification()
I read that the code would be written in the operation code section.
But in EA 14 i'm unable to open these specific operations, to get to the code section.
When I manually create an operation, I'm able to get to this view.

Could someone tell me to retrieve the reversed engineered Oracle package body and specification code ?
Kind regards