SHOW CREATE PACKAGE BODY

MariaDB starting with 10.3.5

Oracle-style packages were introduced in MariaDB 10.3.5.

Syntax

SHOW CREATE PACKAGE BODY  [ db_name . ] package_name

Description

The SHOW CREATE PACKAGE BODY statement can be used when Oracle SQL_MODE is set.

Shows the CREATE statement that creates the given package body (i.e. the implementation).

Examples

SHOW CREATE PACKAGE BODY employee_tools\G
*************************** 1. row ***************************
        Package body: employee_tools
            sql_mode: PIPES_AS_CONCAT,ANSI_QUOTES,IGNORE_SPACE,ORACLE,NO_KEY_OPTIONS,NO_TABLE_OPTIONS,NO_FIELD_OPTIONS,NO_AUTO_CREATE_USER
 Create Package Body: CREATE DEFINER="root"@"localhost" PACKAGE BODY "employee_tools" AS
  
  stdRaiseAmount DECIMAL(10,2):=500;
  
  PROCEDURE log (eid INT, ecmnt TEXT) AS
  BEGIN
    INSERT INTO employee_log (id, cmnt) VALUES (eid, ecmnt);
  END;
  
  PROCEDURE hire(ename TEXT, esalary DECIMAL(10,2)) AS
    eid INT;
  BEGIN
    INSERT INTO employee (name, salary) VALUES (ename, esalary);
    eid:= last_insert_id();
    log(eid, 'hire ' || ename);
  END;

  FUNCTION getSalary(eid INT) RETURN DECIMAL(10,2) AS
    nSalary DECIMAL(10,2);
  BEGIN
    SELECT salary INTO nSalary FROM employee WHERE id=eid;
    log(eid, 'getSalary id=' || eid || ' salary=' || nSalary);
    RETURN nSalary;
  END;

  PROCEDURE raiseSalary(eid INT, amount DECIMAL(10,2)) AS
  BEGIN
    UPDATE employee SET salary=salary+amount WHERE id=eid;
    log(eid, 'raiseSalary id=' || eid || ' amount=' || amount);
  END;

  PROCEDURE raiseSalaryStd(eid INT) AS
  BEGIN
    raiseSalary(eid, stdRaiseAmount);
    log(eid, 'raiseSalaryStd id=' || eid);
  END;

BEGIN  
  log(0, 'Session ' || connection_id() || ' ' || current_user || ' started');
END
character_set_client: utf8
collation_connection: utf8_general_ci
  Database Collation: latin1_swedish_ci

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