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PL/SQL Log & DBug Library for Oracle

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The Log & Dbug Library is an open source PL/SQL library, useful to log/debug your programs in the development phase and trace their activity and performances in production. It is ideal to improve your efficiency and code quality.

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Languages

English, French

Intended Audience

Developers, Quality Engineers

User Interface

Command-line, Non-interactive (Daemon), Web-based

Programming Language

PL/SQL

Registered

2009-06-02

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