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User-defined exception types

User-defined exception types: Oracle Database 19c: PL/SQL
User-defined exception types: Oracle Database 19c: PL/SQL

The built-in exception types are not able to reflect all business rules and exception conditions. Therefore, you can build upon the exception infrastructure by defining your own exception condition types and assign return codes, descriptions, and error handlers and use them right alongside the built-in exception handlers.

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