I have the following query within a stored procedure, and I've been trying to improve its performance to no avail. UPDATE TBL_REPORTING REP SET (REP.ISSUER_ID, REP.ISSUER_NAME ) = ( ...
Since window functions cannot be included in the WHERE clause of the inner SELECT, is there another method that could be used to write this query without the outer SELECT statement? I'm using Oracle. ...
I have a problem in writing a Database Query Problem: I have the below fields in my table Fields: Primary_ID(PK) ,E_ID, Bank, REQUEST_STATUS, START_DATE, STATUS Data: REQUEST_STATUS may contains ...
I need to show some fields from another table in Oracle. Here is my query: SELECT ANGGARAN.SIMPEG_PEGAWAI.ID_PEGAWAI AS KODE, ANGGARAN.SIMPEG_PEGAWAI.NAMA, ANGGARAN.SIMPEG_PEGAWAI.NIP, ...
I have a query which uses a series of functions to return the status of each document for a loan. SELECT loan_number, borrower_name, get_application_status(loan_number, ...
The Query: select JOIN_RESULT.batch_id as BATCH_ID, JOIN_RESULT.unique_doc_id as DOCUMENT_ID, JOIN_RESULT.brand as BRAND, JOIN_RESULT.message_date_time as UPLOAD_DATE, ...
For example SQL> create table dates(d date); Table created. SQL> insert into dates select sysdate from dual; 1 row created. SQL> select * from dates; D --------- 28-MAY-11 SQL> ...
I have the following SQL Server query select (select top 1 b2 from BB b where b.b1 = a.a1 order by b2) calc, a1, a2 from AA a where a2 = 2; which I can rewrite using analytic functions ...