SQL Language Elements

Transformation for syntax and semantics of PL/SQL language elements.

Some parts in the output code are omitted for clarity reasons.

Cursor FOR LOOP

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Oracle

IN -> Oracle_01.sql
--Additional Params: -t JavaScript

CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE PROC1
IS
    MyVariable1 NUMBER;
    MyOtherVariable2 NUMBER := 1;
    CURSOR C1 IS 
        SELECT * FROM Table1 WHERE ID = 123;
    CURSOR C2 (paramCursor1 NUMBER) IS
        SELECT COL1 AS C_1 FROM TABLE1 WHERE ID = paramCursor1;
BEGIN
    FOR myCursorRecord IN C1
        LOOP
            MyVariable1 := myCursorRecord.Col1;
        END LOOP;

    FOR myCursorRecord IN (SELECT * FROM Table1 WHERE ID = MyVariable1)
        LOOP
            MyVariable1 := myCursorRecord.Col1;
        END LOOP;

    <<Block1>>
    FOR myCursorRecord IN C2 (MyOtherVariable2)
        LOOP
            MyVariable1 := myCursorRecord.Col1;
        END LOOP Block1;
END;

Snowflake

SnowConvert helpers Code removed from the example. You can find them here.

OUT -> Oracle_01.sql
CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE PROC1 ()
RETURNS STRING
LANGUAGE JAVASCRIPT
COMMENT = '{"origin":"sf_sc","name":"snowconvert","version":{"major":1, "minor":0},{"attributes":{"component":"oracle"}}'
EXECUTE AS CALLER
AS
$$
    // SnowConvert Helpers Code section is omitted.

    let MYVARIABLE1;
    let MYOTHERVARIABLE2 = 1;
    let C1 = new CURSOR(`SELECT * FROM
           Table1
        WHERE ID = 123`,() => []);
    // ** SSC-EWI-0022 - ONE OR MORE IDENTIFIERS IN THIS STATEMENT WERE CONSIDERED PARAMETERS BY DEFAULT. REFERENCED TABLE NOT FOUND. **
    let C2 = new CURSOR(`SELECT COL1 AS C_1 FROM
           TABLE1
        WHERE ID = ?`,(PARAMCURSOR1) => [PARAMCURSOR1]);
    C1.OPEN();
    while ( C1.NEXT() ) {
        let MYCURSORRECORD = C1.CURRENT;
        MYVARIABLE1 = MYCURSORRECORD.COL1;
    }
    C1.CLOSE();
    // ** SSC-EWI-0022 - ONE OR MORE IDENTIFIERS IN THIS STATEMENT WERE CONSIDERED PARAMETERS BY DEFAULT. REFERENCED TABLE NOT FOUND. **
    for(var MYCURSORRECORD_CURSOR = new CURSOR(`(SELECT * FROM
      Table1
   WHERE ID = ?
)`,[MYVARIABLE1]).OPEN();MYCURSORRECORD_CURSOR.NEXT();) {
        let MYCURSORRECORD = MYCURSORRECORD_CURSOR.CURRENT;
        MYVARIABLE1 = MYCURSORRECORD.COL1;
    }
    MYCURSORRECORD_CURSOR.CLOSE();
    C2.OPEN({
        binds : [MYOTHERVARIABLE2]
    });
    while ( C2.NEXT() ) {
        let MYCURSORRECORD = C2.CURRENT;
        MYVARIABLE1 = MYCURSORRECORD.COL1;
    }
    C2.CLOSE();
$$;

OPEN, FETCH and CLOSE Statement

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Oracle

IN -> Oracle_02.sql
--Additional Params: -t JavaScript

CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE PROC2
IS
    col1Value   table1.COL1%TYPE;
    col2Value   table1.COL2%TYPE;
    entireRow   table1%ROWTYPE;
    TYPE MyRowType IS RECORD ( COLUMN1 NUMBER, COLUMN2 NUMBER);
    entireRow_1 MyRowType;
    CURSOR C1 IS  SELECT * FROM table1;
    C2 SYS_REFCURSOR;
    TYPE COLLECTION_TYPE IS TABLE OF TABLE1.COL1%TYPE;
    MY_COLLECTION MY_COLLECTION_TYPE := MY_COLLECTION_TYPE();
    SOME_SELECT VARCHAR(200);
BEGIN
    OPEN C1;
    FETCH C1 INTO col1Value, col2Value;
    CLOSE C1;
    
    OPEN C1;
    FETCH C1 INTO entireRow;
    CLOSE C1;
    
    OPEN C1;
    FETCH C1 INTO entireRow_1;
    CLOSE C1;
    
    OPEN C2 FOR 'SELECT COL1 FROM TABLE1 WHERE COL1 <> :v' USING 123;
    FETCH C2 BULK COLLECT INTO MY_COLLECTION LIMIT 2;
    CLOSE C2;
    
    OPEN C2 FOR SELECT * FROM TABLE1 WHERE COL1 = NUM1;
    CLOSE C2;
END;

Snowflake

SnowConvert helpers Code removed from the example. You can find them here.

OUT -> Oracle_02.sql
CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE PROC2 ()
RETURNS STRING
LANGUAGE JAVASCRIPT
COMMENT = '{"origin":"sf_sc","name":"snowconvert","version":{"major":1, "minor":0},"attributes":{"component":"oracle"}}'
EXECUTE AS CALLER
AS
$$
    // SnowConvert Helpers Code section is omitted.
    
    let COL1VALUE;
    let COL2VALUE;
    let ENTIREROW = ROWTYPE(`table1`);