What is the difference between stand alone procedures and stored procedures?

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Ashish Kumar Jain

  • Sep 6th, 2015
 

In that case there is no difference. Because both of them are stored outside of package

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Naresh Bandla

  • Dec 1st, 2015
 

Stand Alone Procedure: A procedure which is not enclosed in a package is called Stand Alone Procedure.

Stored Procedure: A Procedure which is defined in Package is called Stored Procedure and if we want to call that procedure out of package is to use <PKG Name>.<Procedure Name>

Praveen kumar

  • Jan 8th, 2016
 

Both are same

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Habib Ali

  • May 8th, 2016
 

Stand Alone Proc: Block of PLSQL code but not defined in the data dictionary, hence not reusable
Stored Procedure: Block of PLSQL code Defined in data dictionary, implements reusability. Check in user_source table

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