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Translating SQL Server stored procedures for Oracle

What are the changes need to be done if I want to use SQL stored procedures in an Oracle database? At present our product supports SQL, but in the future, we may go for Oracle also.

I'll assume from the context of your question that by "SQL", you mean Microsoft's SQL Server. Oracle supports stored procedures written in PL/SQL and Java. SQL Server's procedural language, Transact-SQL, while having many features in common with PL/SQL, looks very different. To answer your question, Oracle will not run Transact-SQL stored procedures. However, someone with a solid understanding of both should have no problem translating the code.

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