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And here is an example of method set_report() that inserts the data into the report staging table: PROCEDURE set_report( aior_report_wkhst
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begin aior_report_wkhst.report_wkhst_seq := aior_report_wkhst.report_wkhst_seq + 1; if aior_report_wkhst.inactive_date = DATES.d_max then aior_report_wkhst.inactive_date := NULL; end if; aior_report_wkhst.insert_user aior_report_wkhst.insert_date := USER; := SYSDATE;
insert into REPORT_WKHST values aior_report_wkhst; exception when OTHERS then raise_application_error(-20004, SQLERRM|| ' on insert REPORT_WKHST'|| ' in REPORT_WKHSTS.set_report()'); end set_report; In contrast to method set_row(), which selects and then inserts or updates, PROCEDURE set_report(air_row) strictly inserts. In addition, set_report() increments the value of the report s sequence number. The sequence number is the second half of a two-column primary key for the staging table. With this design, get_report() can return a single value, an ID, that will allow the presentation layer to select all the subject rows for a report, and then sort against the sequence value. This means that the order of the information on the report is driven by a given report s engine in the database, not the presentation layer. This is also what allows you to, as I mentioned earlier, post-sort. You can code a report stored procedure so that, after it places all of its data in its staging table, you sort the data in the table by opening a cursor against the staging table with an ORDER BY clause, and then update the sequence numbers in the same staging table so the results will have a new sort order. Now you have a means to get the presentation layer to use a modular and efficient approach to creating reports, but what if you want to email a report from the database That s the purpose of method report().
report()
Not all reports need human interaction to produce them. Sometimes, an application has a list of reports that should be produced on an hourly, daily, weekly, or monthly basis. Why should you require users to run them A better design is to provide end users with a set of batch-processed
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report distribution screens, where they can configure who gets what report, and then have the application produce the reports for them. If the database produces the reports, it can send the report via email as fixed-length text, HTML, PDF, and so on, or as a link. The following is an example of an HTML emailed report from report procedure REPORT_WKHSTS: PROCEDURE report( ain_worker_id aiv_to
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REPORT_WKHST.worker_id%TYPE, varchar2) is
cursor c_report_wkhst( ain_report_wkhst_id in REPORT_WKHST.report_wkhst_id%TYPE) is select initcap(worker_name) worker_name, active_date, initcap(logical_workplace_name) logical_workplace_name, initcap(physical_workplace_name) physical_workplace_name, initcap(work_name) work_name, inactive_date from REPORT_WKHST where report_wkhst_id = ain_report_wkhst_id order by report_wkhst_seq; n_line t_lines n_report_wkhst_id v_worker_name number; EMAILS.LINES; REPORT_WKHST.report_wkhst_id%TYPE; REPORT_WKHST.worker_name%TYPE;
begin n_report_wkhst_id := get_report(ain_worker_id); t_lines(incr(n_line)) := '</pre><table>'; for r_report_wkhst in c_report_wkhst(n_report_wkhst_id) loop if c_report_wkhst%rowcount = 1 then v_worker_name := r_report_wkhst.worker_name; t_lines(incr(n_line)) := '<tr><td align="center" colspan="5">'|| '<big>Work History Report</big></td></tr>'; t_lines(incr(n_line)) := '<tr><td align="center" colspan="5">'|| 'for '||v_worker_name||'</td></tr>'; t_lines(incr(n_line)) := '<tr><td align="center" colspan="5">'|| '</td></tr>'; t_lines(incr(n_line)) := '<tr>'|| '<th align="left">Logical</th>'|| '<th align="left">Physical</th>'|| '<th align="left"></th>'|| '<th align="left">Active</th>'|| '<th align="left">Inactive</th>'|| '</tr>';
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t_lines(incr(n_line)) := '<tr>'|| '<th align="left">Workplace</th>'|| '<th align="left">Workplace</th>'|| '<th align="left">Work</th>'|| '<th align="left">Date</th>'|| '<th align="left">Date</th>'|| '</tr>'; end if; t_lines(incr(n_line)) := '<tr>'|| '<td align="left">'|| r_report_wkhst.logical_workplace_name||'</td>'|| '<td align="left">'|| r_report_wkhst.physical_workplace_name||'</td>'|| '<td align="left">'|| r_report_wkhst.work_name||'</td>'|| '<td align="left">'|| to_char(r_report_wkhst.active_date, 'MM/DD/YYYY')||'</td>'|| '<td align="left">'|| to_char(r_report_wkhst.inactive_date, 'MM/DD/YYYY')||'</td>'|| '</tr>'; end loop; t_lines(incr(n_line)) := '</table><pre>'; EMAILS.send( EMAILS.get_username, aiv_to, 'Work History Report for '||v_worker_name, t_lines); end report; In this case, PROCEDURE report(ain_worker_id, aiv_to), calls get_report() to produce the result set, and then queries the staging table to produce an HTML report. report() then calls supporting package EMAILS.send() to send the report. The following is an example of a test unit for report(). This is from script report_wkhsts.report.sql: rem report_wkhsts.report.sql rem by Donald J. Bales on 12/15/2006 rem Test Unit for REPORT_WKHST_TS.report() execute REPORT_WKHSTS.report(11649889, 'don@donaldbales.com'); After I execute this test unit, I get an email report, as shown in Figure 10-9. In practice, I even use this functionality to send an email report to the support personnel anytime a user encounters an error. That way, support personnel can start troubleshooting a given problem before the customer even calls. How s that for customer service
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