On Tue, 27 Apr 2021 02:36:05 -0700, Verónica Pérez wrote:
> DECLARE routine_list ARRAY<STRING>;
> DECLARE iter INT64 DEFAULT 0; DECLARE query_string STRING;
These types look mighty strange for an Oracle database. They are not even
DB2 types. DB2 has "BIGINT" data type and supports PL/SQL but it doesn't
have int64. I know that there is an extension to PostgreSQL providing
uint64 data type, but I don't know of anything supporting those types.