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awarded  Popular Question
Jan
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revised Oracle delete technique for table's segment size (data compactness)
edited body
Jan
10
comment Oracle delete technique for table's segment size (data compactness)
corrected the code @ypercube. Nice eyes
Jan
9
revised Oracle delete technique for table's segment size (data compactness)
added clarification based on Justin's clarifications
Jan
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comment Oracle delete technique for table's segment size (data compactness)
I am sorry if my definition of tablesize space is vague. I will edit the question to be clear on where I get the tablesize. I meant table's segment size by tablesize.
Jan
9
revised Oracle delete technique for table's segment size (data compactness)
added clarification based on Justin's clarifications
Jan
9
asked Oracle delete technique for table's segment size (data compactness)
Nov
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awarded  Student
Nov
9
asked Why is DBA_SEGMENTS presenting twice the amount of data than the DBA_TABLES?
Oct
12
comment Oracle: Output not shown even if SERVEROUTPUT variable set to ON
I am executing in an sqlplus prompt in linux. yes the SET SERVEROUPUT ON was a typo error. I really did use SERVEROUTPUT cause it is noticeable if I get it wrong cause it displays a SP2-0735 error. So just perform the same thing i was writing yesterday and it worked. must be loosing it.
Oct
12
accepted Oracle: Output not shown even if SERVEROUTPUT variable set to ON
Oct
11
asked Oracle: Output not shown even if SERVEROUTPUT variable set to ON
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10
awarded  Scholar
Oct
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Oct
10
accepted Is there an Oracle function to check for valid Japanese characters (Non-ASCII)?
Sep
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awarded  Editor
Sep
18
revised Is there an Oracle function to check for valid Japanese characters (Non-ASCII)?
edited title
Sep
18
comment Is there an Oracle function to check for valid Japanese characters (Non-ASCII)?
The database character set is UTF-8. I guess garbled character is difficult to defined since it may still appear as japanese character but because it is already corrupted data it would be some squares, diamond and unreadable japanese.
Sep
18
asked Is there an Oracle function to check for valid Japanese characters (Non-ASCII)?