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The ALTER MODULE statement lets you change a Module's definition. The required syntax for the ALTER MODULE statement is as follows.

ALTER MODULE <Module name>
   {ADD | DROP} <Module contents> ...

ALTER MODULE changes an existing Module. <Module contents> can be a function, a procedure or any of the other things that might be part of a Module (exceptions, handlers, variables, Cursors, declared Tables and so on).

Here's an example of an ALTER MODULE statement:

ALTER Module Employees_Module
  DROP PROCEDURE Insert_Employees;

After the execution of this ALTER MODULE statement, the EMPLOYEES_MODULE Module will have only two procedures left: Delete_Employees and Update_Employees.


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