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Oracle hs_call_name

The hs_call_name parameter specifies the list of remote functions that a developer can reference in SQL statements to a specific database, through a specific gateway. The value for hs_call_name contains a list of remote functions and their owners, separated by semicolons, in the following format:

owner_name.function_name

For example:

owner1.F1;owner2.F2;owner3.F3c

If no owner name is specified for a remote function, then the default owner name is used to connect to the remote database (the default owner name is specified when the HS database link is created). The entries for the owner names and the function names are case-sensitive.

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