Updating record from cursor oracle
The set of rows the cursor holds is called the These are created by default when DML statements like, INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE statements are executed.
They are also created when a SELECT statement that returns just one row is executed.
An SQL postfix clause is positioned in the second position and will be appended to the SELECT statement, following the where clause.
An SQL postfix clause supports None, ORDER BY, and GROUP BY.This temporary work area is used to store the data retrieved from the database, and manipulate this data.A cursor can hold more than one row, but can process only one row at a time.The following example specifies how to update multiple columns in a table.
In this example, two columns supplier_name and supplier_address is updated by a single statement.
For how many years have you been working with physical servers that are starving your database of the memory necessary to deploy important new performance features such as the Result Cache, Memoptimize Pool, In-Memory Aggregation, In-Memory Column Store, and Full Database Caching? Familiarize yourself with the error and its message if in an earlier version if you still have any deployed. 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)/* Limits the number of rows that a query returns, significantly reducing the SQL complexity of common "Top-N" queries. = 'Rectifier' THEN v_part.delete(rec); END IF; END LOOP; FORALL idx CREATE TABLE valid_orders ( cust_name VARCHAR2(32), amount NUMBER(10,2)); CREATE TABLE big_orders AS SELECT * FROM valid_orders WHERE 1 = 0; CREATE TABLE rejected_orders AS SELECT * FROM valid_orders WHERE 1 = 0; DECLARE SUBTYPE cust_name IS valid_orders.cust_name%TYPE; TYPE cust_typ IS TABLe OF cust_name; cust_tab cust_typ; SUBTYPE order_amount IS valid_orders.amount%TYPE; TYPE amount_typ IS TABLE OF NUMBER; amount_tab amount_typ; cust_tab := cust_typ('Company1', 'Company2', 'Company3', 'Company4', 'Company5'); amount_tab := amount_typ(5000.01, 0, 150.25, 4000.00, NULL); END setup_data; BEGIN setup_data; dbms_output.put_line('--- Original order data ---'); FOR i IN 1..cust_tab.