PL/SQL Name Function

A "name function" is a PL/SQL routine to return a human readable name of an object for any object type. As a convention, a name function consist of the object_type, followed by "__name" (double underscore).

 

Let's look take a typical example (obtaining the name of a project):

 

select im_project__name(:project_id)

The only required parameter is the ID of an existing project.

 

This PL/SQL function just returns the contents of the im_projects.project_name database field.


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