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12.5 Multiset Operators .................................................................................................341
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Which SQL Multiset Operators Are Available ...................................................................................... 341 Preparing for the Examples .................................................................................................................. 342 Using IS NOT EMPTY and CARDINALITY................................................................................................ 343 Using POWERMULTISET........................................................................................................................ 344 Using MULTISET UNION ........................................................................................................................ 345 Converting Arrays into Nested Tables .................................................................................................. 346
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12.6 Exercises ...............................................................................................................346 Appendix A: The Seven Case Tables ...................................................................349 ERM Diagram.................................................................................................................349 Table Structure Descriptions .........................................................................................350 Columns and Foreign Key Constraints...........................................................................351 Contents of the Seven Tables ........................................................................................352 Hierarchical Employees Overview .................................................................................357 Course Offerings Overview ............................................................................................357 Appendix B: Answers to the Exercises ...............................................................359 4 Exercises.......................................................................................................359 5 Exercises.......................................................................................................369 7 Exercises.......................................................................................................374 8 Exercises.......................................................................................................376 9 Exercises.......................................................................................................386 10 Exercises.....................................................................................................395 11 Exercises.....................................................................................................397 12 Exercises.....................................................................................................401 Index ...................................................................................................................405
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Lex de Haan studied applied mathematics at the Technical University in Delft, The Netherlands. His experience with Oracle goes back to the mid-1980s, version 4. He worked for Oracle Corporation from 1990 until 2004, in various educationrelated roles, ending up in Server Technologies (product development) as senior curriculum manager for the advanced DBA curriculum. In that role, he was involved in the development of Oracle9i Database and Oracle Databsae 10g. In March 2004, he decided to go independent and founded Natural Join B.V. In 1999, he became involved in the ISO SQL language standardization process, as a member of the Dutch national body. Lex passed away on February 1, 2006.
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Daniel Fink has been working with Oracle since 1995, starting as a developer/dba on Oracle7 Parallel Server on OpenVMS, and then moving to database administration. Currently working as a consultant, he focuses on diagnosis, optimization, and data recovery. He is also a highly regarded trainer and presenter, speaking at user group conferences in the United States and Europe. When not working with technology, he enjoys the mountains of Colorado on foot, on skis, or from the seat of a bicycle.
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Tim Gorman has worked in IT with relational databases since 1984, as an Oracle application developer since 1990, and as an Oracle database administrator since 1993. He is an independent consultant (http://www.EvDBT.com) specializing in data warehousing, performance tuning, database administration (particularly availability). He has been an active member of the Rocky Mountain Oracle Users Group (http://www.rmoug.org). He has co-authored three previous books and taught classes and presented at conferences all over the US, Canada, Latin America, Europe, and Asia. Tim lives in Colorado with his wife Lori and their four teenage children. He still can't believe that he gets paid for doing this and is officially one very happy guy.
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After a Languages Master degree (English and French) Inger J rgensen started teaching SQL and PL/SQL as well as database administration from Oracle version 6 onwards with a five-year period in between of teaching developers Forms, Reports, and Graphics. Inger spent 18 years at Oracle Corporation, and is presently at Oracle partner Miracle in Denmark.
Karen Morton is an Oracle performance optimization specialist with nearly 20 years experience working with the Oracle database. She works with companies around the world teaching application optimization in both classroom settings and shoulder-to-shoulder consulting engagements. She is a frequent speaker at conferences and user groups, an Oracle ACE, and a member of the OakTable network. She blogs at http://karenmorton.blogspot.com.
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Acknowledgments
I want to thank many friends who contributed to the quality of this book by reviewing it and providing their feedback. Cary Millsap and Jocke Treugut, two good friends and members of the OakTable network, were my main reviewers. Cary helped me with his constant focus on doing things right from the very beginning, and Jocke helped me find the right balance between theory and practice. Martin Jensen, one of my good old friends inside Oracle and an Oakie as well, provided precisely the feedback I needed from his impressive Oracle consulting background. Stephen Cannan, my colleague in the Dutch national body for the SQL Standardization and the convenor of the international ISO / IEC / JTC1 / SC32 / WG3 committee, commented on my draft chapters based on his vast experience in the SQL standardization area. Kristina Youso, a former colleague and good friend from my years in Global Curriculum Development in Oracle and one of the best content editors I have ever worked with, was so kind to check and improve my English language. Last, but not least, I must mention the professionalism and enthusiasm of all the Apress folks involved in the production of this book: Tony Davis, Beckie Stones, Marilyn Smith, and Kelly Winquist. Thanks folks . . . My two daughters are too old to be mentioned here, the cat was not involved in any way, and I leave it up to Mogens N rgaard to say something nice about my wife, Juliette. Lex de Haan from first edition I am honored to be part of the team to update this book and maintain Lex's legacy. Thank you Juliette for your support in this project and for my last visit with Lex. Lex was a professional colleague and friend. I cherish the all too brief times we spent together at conferences and our email conversations. I want to thank Jonathan Gennick and James Markham with Apress who worked very hard to make this book possible and were very tolerant and understanding of the trials and tribulations of a first time author. Your patience and perseverance were invaluable. This project would not have been possible without Inger, Karen and Tim. Thank you for your time and energy. The discussions, reviews, last minute emails have been so very important and are greatly appreciated. Over the years, many people have supported, enlightened, educated and challenged me. Thank you to Tim, Vincent, Kirti, Rachel, Mogens, Cary, Jonathan, Carol, Craig, Lex, Kurt, Robyn, and fellow members of the Oak Table. Thanks to BD for encouraging me to make the leap to Oracle. Family and friends make everything possible. Thanks Mom and Dad for all you have done and continue to do. The constant support of E, Janet, Sujeeva, and Roberta is invaluable. Thank you Beverly for all your support, understanding, and love over these months. Daniel Fink
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