Oracle PRAGMAS
Version 21c

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Purpose A pragma is a compiler directive that tells Oracle to use rules, other than the default rules, for the object.

The following links are to library pages where there are demos of various Oracle pragma statements. Non-linked items are topics for further research.
Pragma Note A page has not been added at this point-in-time to explain PRAGMA UNSUPPORTED so in its place the following note has been added based on Oracle's online docs.

"Procedures and packages with the pragma UNSUPPORTED stop apply at the point of procedure invocation so that manual intervention can be taken."

Related Topics
Built-in Functions
Built-in Packages
Database Security
PRAGMA AUTONOMOUS_TRANSACTION
PRAGMA BUILTIN
PRAGMA COVERAGE
PRAGMA DEPRECATE
PRAGMA EXCEPTION_INIT
PRAGMA FIPSFLAG
PRAGMA INLINE
PRAGMA INTERFACE
PRAGMA NEW_NAMES
PRAGMA RESTRICT_REFERENCES (deprecated)
PRAGMA SERIALLY_REUSABLE
PRAGMA SUPPLEMENTAL_LOG_DATA
PRAGMA SUPPRESSES_WARNING_6009
PRAGMA TIMESTAMP (internal usage only)
PRAGMA UDF
PRAGMA UNSUPPORTED
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