Teddy has observed the recent General Election campaign with some interest and has concluded that he has what it takes to be the next Prime Minister.
Politics is a robust business but Teddy’s more than capable of playing “ruff” :
He firmly believes in the need to streamline Government at Cabinet level, which has the incumbent Chief Mouser to the Cabinet Office a little nervous.
He’s also well used to being followed around by a “pooper scooper”. And not to put too fine a point on it, there’s more than one reason that he’s known as a “shaggy” dog.
If he’s going to make it in politics, Teddy knows that he doesn’t have time to waste waiting for that pesky long-running job he’s just started. Oh no, he needs to use his evenings to get on with building his power base.
Fortunately, Oracle facilitates detached execution of PL/SQL blocks by means of the DBMS_SCHEDULER package. Now, I know what you’re thinking, that’s going to involve a lot of fiddly setup with schedules and windows and chains and stuff. Well, you may be pleasantly surprised…