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How to easily execute dynamic sql in Oracle 10g?

I am running a web application in an Oracle 10g database and a content provider. I need to execute dynamic sql on the fly, so that I can populate the database with new data. I am looking for the simplest way to accomplish this.
Something like:
create table table1 as select some_static_column,… from where…


Oracle offers a DDL trigger that allows you to execute statements like this. Triggers are described in the Oracle Documentation.
I must admit, that I did not test the behavior of a DDL trigger and the statement it executes.
If you want to access the trigger – DDL
If you want to “execute” the trigger – INSERT


As others have already said, it’s a DDL trigger.
My suggestions for constructions you may encounter are:

Use an anonymous block and a statement.
Use the “features” of the dynamic SQL to your advantage: the built-in CURSOR.

The latter might be what you’re looking for.


Oracle provides two ways of executing sql-statements dynamically at run-time.


Oracle Database 10g Release 2 (10.2) and later
You can create a trigger using a CREATE TRIGGER statement.
The syntax of a CREATE TRIGGER statement is:
CREATE TRIGGER trigger_name
| statement_block
trigger_name [, trigger_name

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