When I create a table using an execute immediate statement in the procedure, the procedure will compile but is not executed. Why?

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A stored procedure is an object in your schema. When you issue a CREATE PROCEDURE command, you are just creating the stored procedure, not executing it. To execute the stored procedure in SQL*Plus, you can issue the following:
exec stored_proc_name(param1,param2,...,paramN) 

This was first published in June 2007

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