How To Define a RECORD Variable to Store a Table Row
How To Define a RECORD Variable to Store a Table Row? - Oracle DBA FAQ - Working with Database Objects in PL/SQL
If you have a table, and want to define a RECORD variable to store all the data elements of a row from that table, you can use table_name%ROWTYPE to define the RECORD variable as shown in the following sample script:
CREATE TABLE student (id NUMBER(5) PRIMARY KEY, first_name VARCHAR(80) NOT NULL, last_name VARCHAR(80) NOT NULL); Table created. CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE FYI_CENTER AS best_student student%ROWTYPE; another_student student%ROWTYPE; class_name VARCHAR2(80); BEGIN class_name := 'FYI Center 2006'; best_student.first_name := 'The'; best_student.last_name := 'Best'; DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE('Best student ID = ' || best_student.id); DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE('Best student = ' || best_student.first_name || ' ' || best_student.last_name); END; / Best student ID = Best student = The Best
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