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One of the few wild (natural) sandy beaches on the coast of the Persian Gulf. Arabian peninsula, the Emirate of Umm Al Quwain, United Arab Emirates (UAE)Life traces of the Ghost-crab (Ocypode pallidula) on a sandy beach: mink, traces of the feet, and a handful of sand in the form of a pyramid (observation post).… continue reading »


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Familiarize yourself with the error and its message if in an earlier version. VARCHAR2_table; CURSOR c IS SELECT * FROM all_objects; BEGIN OPEN c; LOOP ; FORALL i in 1 .. COUNT INSERT INTO t (owner, object_name, subobject_name, object_id, data_object_id, object_type, created, last_ddl_time, timestamp, status, temporary, generated, secondary) VALUES (l_owner(i), l_object_name(i), l_subobject_name(i), l_object_id(i), l_data_object_id(i), l_object_type(i), l_created(i), l_last_ddl_time(i), l_timestamp(i), l_status(i), l_temporary(i), l_generated(i), l_secondary(i)CREATE TABLE servers2 AS SELECT * FROM servers WHERE 1=2; DECLARE CURSOR s_cur IS SELECT * FROM servers; TYPE fetch_array IS TABLE OF s_cur%ROWTYPE; s_array fetch_array; BEGIN OPEN s_cur; LOOP FETCH s_cur BULK COLLECT INTO s_array LIMIT 1000; CREATE TABLE servers3 AS SELECT * FROM servers WHERE srvr_id BETWEEN 501 AND 510; SELECT * FROM servers3; DECLARE CURSOR s_cur IS SELECT * FROM servers3; TYPE s_rec IS TABLE OF servers3%ROWTYPE INDEX BY PLS_INTEGER; s_array s_rec; TYPE rid_t IS TABLE OF servers3.srvr_id%TYPE INDEX BY PLS_INTEGER; rid_array rid_t; BEGIN OPEN s_cur; FETCH s_cur BULK COLLECT INTO s_array; CLOSE s_cur; FOR i IN 1 .. COUNT LOOP CREATE TABLE forall_src ( rid NUMBER); INSERT INTO forall_src VALUES (1); COMMIT; CREATE TABLE forall_tgt ( rid NUMBER, ins VARCHAR2(1), upd VARCHAR2(1)); CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE forall_merge AUTHID CURRENT_USER IS TYPE rid Val IS TABLE OF forall_tgt.rid%TYPE INDEX BY BINARY_INTEGER; l_data rid Val; BEGIN SELECT rid BULK COLLECT INTO l_data FROM forall_src; INSERT (rid, ins, upd) VALUES (l_data(i), 'I', NULL); COMMIT; END forall_merge; / SELECT * FROM forall_src; SELECT * FROM forall_tgt; exec forall_merge; SELECT * FROM forall_tgt; exec forall_merge; SELECT * FROM forall_tgt; CREATE TABLE test ( deptno NUMBER(3,0), empname VARCHAR2(20)); INSERT INTO test VALUES (100, 'Morgan'); INSERT INTO test VALUES (200, 'Allen'); INSERT INTO test VALUES (101, 'Lofstrom'); INSERT INTO test VALUES (102, 'Havemeyer'); INSERT INTO test VALUES (202, 'Norgaard'); INSERT INTO test VALUES (201, 'Lewis'); INSERT INTO test VALUES (103, 'Scott'); INSERT INTO test VALUES (104, 'Foote'); INSERT INTO test VALUES (105, 'Townsend'); INSERT INTO test VALUES (106, 'Abedrabbo'); COMMIT; SELECT * FROM test; CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE collection_part AUTHID CURRENT_USER IS TYPE Num List IS VARRAY(10) OF NUMBER; depts Num List := Num List(100,200,101,102,202,201,103,104,105,106); BEGIN ALTER TABLE child ADD CONSTRAINT uc_child_part_num UNIQUE (part_num) USING INDEX; DECLARE TYPE typ_part_name IS TABLE OF parent%ROWTYPE; v_part typ_part_name; BEGIN SELECT * BULK COLLECT INTO v_part FROM parent; FOR rec IN 1 .. LAST LOOP IF amount_tab(i) is null or amount_tab(i) = 0 THEN cust_tab.delete(i); amount_tab.delete(i); END IF; END LOOP; dbms_output.put_line('---Data with deleted invalid orders---'); FOR i IN 1..cust_tab. EXISTS(i) THEN dbms_output.put_line('Cust#' || i || ', ' || cust_tab(i) || ': $'||amount_tab(i)); END IF; END LOOP; SELECT cust_name "Customer", amount "Valid order amount" FROM valid_orders; SELECT cust_name "Customer", amount "Big order amount" FROM big_orders; SELECT cust_name "Customer", amount "Rejected order amount" FROM rejected_orders; CREATE TABLE formulas ( formula_no NUMBER(1), table_name VARCHAR2(30), equation CLOB); CREATE TABLE calc_results ( formula_no NUMBER, result_val NUMBER); INSERT INTO formulas VALUES (1, 'SERVERS', 'AVG(latitude)'); INSERT INTO formulas VALUES (2, 'SERVERS', 'AVG(longitude)'); INSERT INTO formulas VALUES (3, 'AIRPLANES', 'COUNT(DISTINCT customer_id)'); COMMIT; col equation format a50 SELECT * FROM formulas; DECLARE TYPE form_t IS TABLE OF formulas%ROWTYPE; form_a form_t; TYPE rslt_t IS TABLE OF calc_results%ROWTYPE; rslt_a rslt_t; c SQL_Cur INTEGER; cur_var SYS_REFCURSOR; BEGIN FOR tname_rec IN (SELECT DISTINCT table_name FROM formulas) LOOP BEGIN SELECT formula_no, table_name, equation BULK COLLECT INTO form_a FROM formulas WHERE table_name = tname_rec.table_name; END; DECLARE v SQL_Stmt CLOB; c Ret Val INTEGER; BEGIN v SQL_Stmt := 'SELECT '; FOR j IN 1 .. COUNT LOOP v SQL_Stmt := TRIM(TRAILING ',' FROM v SQL_Stmt); v SQL_Stmt := v SQL_Stmt || ' FROM ' || tname_rec.table_name; c SQL_Cur := dbms_sql.open_cursor; dbms_sql.parse(c SQL_Cur, v SQL_Stmt, dbms_sql.… continue reading »


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