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location Pathankot, India
age 23
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seen May 13 '13 at 7:00

I enjoy programming.

Learning ruby these days.I feel the ruby community @SO isn't that strong.

I am on internet

E-mail

suhailgupta03@gmail.com


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accepted What is a partitioned view?
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comment What is a partitioned view?
"..create a CHECK constraint on whatever column you want to partition on so that the optimizer knows which table a particular row must be in, and then create a view that does a UNION ALL on each table to create the partitioned view." I didn't quite understand this. Will you please simplify a bit
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awarded  Cleanup
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asked What is a partitioned view?
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accepted “ORA-01950: no privileges on tablespace 'SYSTEM' ” : What error is it?
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comment “ORA-01950: no privileges on tablespace 'SYSTEM' ” : What error is it?
Also what does m stand for in 50m ?
Mar
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comment “ORA-01950: no privileges on tablespace 'SYSTEM' ” : What error is it?
can you please explain the command alter database default tablespace users
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asked “ORA-01950: no privileges on tablespace 'SYSTEM' ” : What error is it?
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accepted “ORA-01017: invalid username/password” : Why is that?
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asked “ORA-01017: invalid username/password” : Why is that?
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comment ORA-00990 error while trying to grant priviliges: Why is that?
For both of them no
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comment ORA-00990 error while trying to grant priviliges: Why is that?
and one more thing. I created a user named suhail.I granted that user create table access. I have created table,inserted,modified,deleted data. But when I run the command show user; it says USER IS "SYS". What does that mean ? It should have been suhail.
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accepted ORA-00990 error while trying to grant priviliges: Why is that?