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Sub query with not equal

Sub query with not equal table_1 col1 SV0362 RU0177CSPG NO0124CSPG VN3582 AT9923CSPG BZ0324 PE0309 AS4293EXPT ML0331OMKT table 2 colA OO56128665 OO56128665 OO56128665 OO56128665 US0170 US0170 ...
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Testing equivalence in strings with different character sets

I have to synchronize a number of tables with string columns between two databases: the source Oracle 10.2.0.3 NLS_CHARACTERSET WE8MSWIN1252, NLS_LENGTH_SEMANTICS BYTE the destination Oracle ...
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Change all datatypes in a table

I'm migrating a database and i need to change the "container", i don't exactly how to name it. I give an example to keep it clear : old base: VARCHAR2(20 BYTE) new base: VARCHAR2(20 CHAR) I can ...
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1answer
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How does Oracle 10g use indexes?

I have table called result: CREATE TABLE result (id_graduate NUMBER NOT NULL, id_sml NUMBER NOT NULL, last_update DATE NOT ...
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Oracle 10g xe database error when connecting ORA-12528

I am trying to connect to my local database Oracle 10g XE however i am getting the following error ORA - 12528. This connection was working and this issue suddenly arose. I did LSNRCTL status the ...
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1answer
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Complex Oracle SQL to sum data

I am building a SQL query in Oracle 10g that needs to sum overtime hours for the base table, but needs fields from the parent tables as well. I am looking for the fastest way to build the query. The ...
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2answers
176 views

Get a number nth bit value in oracle

How can I get nth bit value in oracle database? I am currently using this query: WITH a AS (SELECT 7 val FROM DUAL) SELECT CASE BITAND (a.val, POWER (2, n-1)) WHEN 0 ...
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How to store object with property of generic type in DB

In my business domain there exists an entity parameter. Beside other properties which are identical for each parameter, they have values. These values can be of different data types. There might be ...
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Difference between the given queries

I am required to retrieve the list of pno ( product_id ) for the products which were purchased by two customers. For this, I have been given two relations which are ( along with the attributes ) as ...
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1answer
578 views

How would I store the result of a select statement so that I can reuse the results to join to different tables?

How would I store the result of a select statement so that I can reuse the results to join to different tables? This will also be inside a cursor. Below is some pseudo code, in this example I have ...
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1answer
337 views

What are the criteria for a sql staying in the V$SQLAREA?

I needed to pick up details from a SQL result but 5 minutes after running the SQL it was no longer under v$sql and V$sqlarea. What are the criteria for Oracle to keep the query in those views?
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1answer
551 views

Massive update to Clob fields oracle 10g

I need to remove a string of characters from 2000+ clobs fields in oracle 10g. How would I do this in PL/SQL? For example, in table t1 there is a clob field called VBase that needs to have the ...
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1answer
338 views

Find who will change a record in oracle DB

Someone is updating a record in a custom Oracle table, is there a way to find who is updating the record and or at least the table?
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1answer
1k views

Oracle subquery column aliasing syntax?

I have something like: SELECT a, b INTO v_a, v_b FROM ( SELECT x, y FROM whatever UNION SELECT z, w FROM something ) AS subquery (a, b) Which of course doesn't work in Oracle ...
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1answer
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Returning Row Count in a Stored Procedure in Oracle

I'm mostly SQL Server person, so forgive me if this is too close to SQL Server, but in a nutshell using Oracle 10 I'm trying to build a procedure something like this: PROCEDURE SP_INFO_EX_S( ...
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Using Same CASE WHEN Conditions For Multiple Query Columns

Is there a "better" way to rewrite a SELECT clause where multiple columns use the same CASE WHEN conditions so that the conditions are only checked once? See the example below. SELECT CASE ...
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2answers
236 views

Join on clustered tables shows greater cost than non-clustered tables?

I have created a cluster and have two tables emp and sep on the cluster. When I do the simple query... explain plan select * from emp_cluster join dep_cluster using (dno) the cost is 26. I ...
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2answers
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How do I find an object that doesn't seem to exist in the objects table?

I have an object called cot_ntn_pi_v. I was told this was a synonym. It doesn't appear in the all_synonyms table. It looks like a view or table but I can't find it in the all objects table. I can ...
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3answers
885 views

Oracle returns different results when executing a sql with bind variable or with a fix value

The following two statements (strongly simplyfied) returning a different result: with a fix value for rownmun: select * from table where rownum <= 12; with bind variable for rownum: select * ...
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1answer
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Oracle: calling udf that modifies the data. How to do it right?

Say I have a function : create or replace function test_function return integer as PRAGMA AUTONOMOUS_TRANSACTION; t_test integer :=1; begin update test1 set id = id+1 ; // table test1 has, for ...
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2answers
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Is Using Execute Immediate Bad Practice in Oracle?

So, I've been writing a script which creates a sequence (if it doesn't exist) then copies some data including a value from that sequence before deleting the original source data. As the sequence ...
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Oracle sort varchar2 column with special characters last

How can I sort in Oracle a Varchar2 or NVarchar2 column to be in my own custom defined order. Or are any existing options available that will put letters first, then numbers, then all special ...
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1answer
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Using a sequence created in the same script in Oracle

SQL Server developer working on Oracle so apologies in advance if I'm fundamentally coming at this incorrectly from an Oracle perspective. I've got a script I've written which: Checks ALL_SEQUENCES ...