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DEPTNO COUNT(EMPNO) -------- -----------10 3 SQL> This solution is not correct, because it does not show departments with zero employees. You can fix this in several ways; for example, by using an outer join. Solution 8-12b. Correct Solution SQL> 2 3 4 5 6 7 select deptno, count(empno) from departments left outer join employees using (deptno) group by deptno having count(*) < 4;
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DEPTNO COUNT(EMPNO) -------- -----------10 3 40 0 SQL> 13. Look at Listings 8-44 and 8-45. Are those two queries logically equivalent Investigate the two queries and explain the differences, if any. Solution 8-13. Making the Difference Visible with FEEDBACK SQL> set feedback 1 SQL> select o.location from offerings o 2 MINUS 3 select d.location from departments d; LOCATION -------SEATTLE 2 rows selected. SQL> select DISTINCT o.location 2 from offerings o 3 where o.location not in 4 (select d.location 5 from departments d);
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LOCATION -------SEATTLE 1 row selected. SQL> If you change the SQL*Plus FEEDBACK setting to 1, the difference becomes apparent. We have one course offering with unknown location, and (as you know by now) you cannot be too careful with null values. The first query produces two rows. The null value appears in the result because the MINUS operator does not remove the null value. However, if the second query checks the ERM course offering (with the null value) the WHERE clause becomes: ... where NULL not in ('NEW YORK','DALLAS','CHICAGO','BOSTON'); This WHERE clause returns UNKNOWN. Therefore, the row does not pass the WHERE clause filter, and as a consequence the result contains only one row.
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1. It is normal practice that (junior) trainers always attend a course taught by a senior colleague before teaching that course themselves. For which trainer/course combinations did this happen Solution 9-1. SQL> 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 select o.course, o.trainer from offerings o where exists (select r.* from registrations r where r.attendee = o.trainer and r.course = o.course and r.begindate < o.begindate) and not exists (select fo.* from offerings fo where fo.course = o.course and fo.trainer = o.trainer and fo.begindate < o.begindate);
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COURSE TRAINER ------ -------JAV 7876 OAU 7902 SQL>
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APPENDIX B
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This exercise is not an easy one. You can solve it in many ways. The solution shown here uses the EXISTS and the NOT EXISTS operators. You can read it as follows: Search course offerings for which (1) the trainer attended an earlier offering of the same course as a student, and for which (2) the trainer is teaching that course for the first time.
Note The second condition is necessary, because otherwise you would also get teach/attend/teach combinations.
2. Actually, if the junior trainer teaches a course for the first time, that senior colleague (see the previous exercise) sits in the back of the classroom in a supporting role. Try to find these course/junior/senior combinations. Solution 9-2. SQL> 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 select , , from , , , where and and and and and and and ; o1.course o1.trainer o2.trainer offerings registrations offerings registrations o1.course = o1.begindate = o2.course = o2.begindate = o1.course = o1.begindate < o1.trainer = o2.trainer = as senior as junior o1 r1 o2 r2 r1.course r1.begindate r2.course r2.begindate o2.course o2.begindate r2.attendee r1.attendee
-- join r1 with o1 -- join r2 with o2 ----o1 and o2 same course o1 earlier than o2 trainer o1 attends o2 trainer o2 attends o1
COURSE SENIOR JUNIOR ------ -------- -------JAV 7566 7876 SQL> This solution uses a join, for a change. 3. Which employees never taught a course Solution 9-3a. Using NOT IN SQL> select e.* 2 from employees e 3 where e.empno not in (select o.trainer
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