am Wed, dem 30.01.2008, um 11:35:51 +0100 mailte Jaroslav Sivy folgendes:
> Hello everyone,
> I have following problem: am using pl/sql functions to trigger some
> sql code and i need to pass ORDER_BY column name and ASC/DESC sorting
> order as an input parameters into that function and order the result
> based on these input parameters.
> The problem is, that the only way is to create query as "string" and
> then execute it as "string".
> Is there any other way around how to avoid that "string query"?
> If it's not possible, could anyone implement this feature into one of
> future versions? I think that it would be quite handy to have
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