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7.10 The DROP TABLE Command ..................................................................................189 7.11 The TRUNCATE Command......................................................................................191 7.12 The COMMENT Command......................................................................................191 7.13 Exercises ...............................................................................................................193 8: Retrieval: Multiple Tables and Aggregation ......................................195 8.1 Tuple Variables ........................................................................................................195 8.2 Joins ........................................................................................................................197
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Cartesian Products ............................................................................................................................... 198 Equijoins ............................................................................................................................................... 198 Non-equijoins ....................................................................................................................................... 199 Joins of Three or More Tables.............................................................................................................. 200 Self-Joins ............................................................................................................................................. 201
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8.3 The JOIN Clause.......................................................................................................202
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Natural Joins ........................................................................................................................................ 203 Equijoins on Columns with the Same Name......................................................................................... 204
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8.4 Outer Joins ..............................................................................................................205
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Old Oracle-Specific Outer Join Syntax.................................................................................................. 206 New Outer Join Syntax ......................................................................................................................... 207 Outer Joins and Performance............................................................................................................... 208
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8.5 The GROUP BY Component ......................................................................................208
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Multiple-Column Grouping.................................................................................................................... 210 GROUP BY and Null Values ................................................................................................................... 210
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8.6 Group Functions.......................................................................................................211
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Group Functions and Duplicate Values................................................................................................. 212 Group Functions and Null Values.......................................................................................................... 213 Grouping the Results of a Join ............................................................................................................. 214 The COUNT(*) Function ......................................................................................................................... 214 Valid SELECT and GROUP BY Clause Combinations.............................................................................. 216
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8.7 The HAVING Clause ..................................................................................................217
The Difference Between WHERE and HAVING ...................................................................................... 218 HAVING Clauses Without Group Functions............................................................................................ 218 A Classic SQL Mistake .......................................................................................................................... 219 Grouping on Additional Columns .......................................................................................................... 220
8.8 Advanced GROUP BY Features.................................................................................222
GROUP BY ROLLUP................................................................................................................................ 222 GROUP BY CUBE.................................................................................................................................... 223 CUBE, ROLLUP, and Null Values............................................................................................................ 224 The GROUPING Function .................................................................................................................. 224 The GROUPING_ID Function............................................................................................................. 225
8.9 Partitioned Outer Joins ............................................................................................226 8.10 Set Operators.........................................................................................................228 8.11 Exercises ...............................................................................................................231 9: Retrieval: Some Advanced Features..................................................233 9.1 Subqueries Continued .............................................................................................233
The ANY and ALL Operators.................................................................................................................. 234 Defining ANY and ALL...................................................................................................................... 235 Rewriting SQL Statements Containing ANY and ALL ....................................................................... 236 Correlated Subqueries.......................................................................................................................... 237 The EXISTS Operator ............................................................................................................................ 238 Subqueries Following an EXISTS Operator ...................................................................................... 239 EXISTS, IN, or JOIN ........................................................................................................................ 239 NULLS with NOT EXISTS and NOT IN ............................................................................................... 242
9.2 Subqueries in the SELECT Clause............................................................................243 9.3 Subqueries in the FROM Clause ..............................................................................244 9.4 The WITH Clause......................................................................................................245
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9.5 Hierarchical Queries ................................................................................................247
START WITH and CONNECT BY ............................................................................................................. 248 LEVEL, CONNECT_BY_ISCYCLE, and CONNECT_BY_ISLEAF ................................................................. 249 CONNECT_BY_ROOT and SYS_CONNECT_BY_PATH ............................................................................ 250 Hierarchical Query Result Sorting ........................................................................................................ 251
9.6 Analytical Functions.................................................................................................252
Partitions .............................................................................................................................................. 254 Function Processing ............................................................................................................................. 257
9.7 Flashback Features .................................................................................................259
AS OF.................................................................................................................................................... 260 VERSIONS BETWEEN............................................................................................................................. 262 FLASHBACK TABLE ............................................................................................................................... 262
9.8 Exercises .................................................................................................................264 10: Views...............................................................................................265 10.1 What Are Views ....................................................................................................265 10.2 View Creation.........................................................................................................266
Creating a View from a Query............................................................................................................... 267 Getting Information About Views from the Data Dictionary .................................................................. 269 Replacing and Dropping Views............................................................................................................. 271
10.3 What Can You Do with Views ...............................................................................271
Simplifying Data Retrieval .................................................................................................................... 271 Maintaining Logical Data Independence .............................................................................................. 273 Implementing Data Security ................................................................................................................. 274
10.4 Data Manipulation via Views .................................................................................274
Updatable Join Views ........................................................................................................................... 276 Nonupdatable Views............................................................................................................................. 277 The WITH CHECK OPTION Clause.......................................................................................................... 278 Disappearing Updated Rows ........................................................................................................... 278
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Inserting Invisible Rows .................................................................................................................. 279 Preventing These Two Scenarios .................................................................................................... 280 Constraint Checking ........................................................................................................................ 280
10.5 Data Manipulation via Inline Views........................................................................281 10.6 Views and Performance.........................................................................................282 10.7 Materialized Views.................................................................................................283
Properties of Materialized Views.......................................................................................................... 284 Query Rewrite....................................................................................................................................... 284
10.8 Exercises ...............................................................................................................286 11: Writing and Automating SQL*Plus Scripts ......................................287 11.1 SQL*Plus Variables ................................................................................................288
SQL*Plus Substitution Variables ........................................................................................................... 288 SQL*Plus User-Defined Variables ......................................................................................................... 290 Implicit SQL*Plus User-Defined Variables ....................................................................................... 291 User-Friendly Prompting ................................................................................................................. 292 SQL*Plus System Variables .................................................................................................................. 293
11.2 Bind Variables........................................................................................................298
Bind Variable Declaration ..................................................................................................................... 299 Bind Variables in SQL Statements ........................................................................................................ 300
11.3 SQL*Plus Scripts....................................................................................................301
Script Execution.................................................................................................................................... 301 Script Parameters................................................................................................................................. 302 SQL*Plus Commands in Scripts............................................................................................................ 304 The login.sql Script............................................................................................................................... 305
11.4 Report Generation with SQL*Plus ..........................................................................306
The SQL*Plus COLUMN Command........................................................................................................ 307 The SQL*Plus TTITLE and BTITLE Commands....................................................................................... 311 The SQL*Plus BREAK Command ........................................................................................................... 312
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The SQL*Plus COMPUTE Command ...................................................................................................... 315 The Finishing Touch: SPOOL................................................................................................................. 317
11.5 HTML in SQL*Plus ..................................................................................................318
HTML in SQL*Plus................................................................................................................................. 318
11.6 Building SQL*Plus Scripts for Automation .............................................................321
What Is a SQL*Plus Script ................................................................................................................... 321 Capturing and Using Input Parameter Values....................................................................................... 322 Passing Data Values from One SQL Statement to Another ................................................................... 323 Mechanism 1: The NEW_VALUE Clause........................................................................................... 323 Mechanism 2: Bind Variables .......................................................................................................... 324 Handling Error Conditions..................................................................................................................... 325
11.7 Exercises ...............................................................................................................326 12: Object-Relational Features..............................................................329 12.1 More Datatypes......................................................................................................329
Collection Datatypes............................................................................................................................. 330 Methods................................................................................................................................................ 330
12.2 Varrays...................................................................................................................331
Creating the Array................................................................................................................................. 331 Populating the Array with Values ......................................................................................................... 333 Querying Array Columns....................................................................................................................... 334
12.3 Nested Tables ........................................................................................................336
Creating Table Types ............................................................................................................................ 336 Creating the Nested Table .................................................................................................................... 336 Populating the Nested Table................................................................................................................. 337 Querying the Nested Table ................................................................................................................... 338
12.4 User-Defined Types ...............................................................................................339
Creating User-Defined Types................................................................................................................ 339 Showing More Information with DESCRIBE .......................................................................................... 340
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