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Lets say you have a table with field called "tags" that consists from tags separated by commas and you want to check whether it includes a required tag. Here the simplest ways of doing that.
0 195 posted 7 years ago by apphp-snippets
Find a key from a list of values​​. parameters: sbValues​​: List of Values 'A;B;C;D' sbToken: Key 'B' sbSeparator: ',' or any defined sbValues Example: select FSBFINDTOKEN('A;B;C;D','B',';') from DUAL; ------------------- Y
0 199 posted 7 years ago by ceduard0
Here the simplest way of selecting random rows from the MySQL database with using "ORDER BY RAND()" clause in the query.
0 207 posted 7 years ago by apphp-snippets
Procedimiento para retornar un Cursor y recorrerlo en Java
0 251 posted 8 years ago by thescorpion
comando para cambiar el tablespace de un objeto
0 251 posted 8 years ago by thescorpion
This sql statement enables to detect duplicates entries over a key and creates a seq column which says which one is the sequence of the duplicates. This way you can take only the seq = 1 and still be able to identify all duplicates
0 208 posted 9 years ago by xavsio4
I found this today and it's very useful for finding the responsibility key when trying ot run OAF from JDev.
0 368 posted 9 years ago by theonlyalterego
this code is for iterating through a cursor
0 154 posted 9 years ago by Hisoka
0 155 posted 10 years ago by tuffo19
0 146 posted 10 years ago by kitzelh
0 173 posted 11 years ago by kamilch
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0 132 posted 11 years ago by kamilch
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0 182 posted 11 years ago by tenkyu
1 180 posted 12 years ago by jamarama
Nothing amazing here, just an efficient way to get the first row. Be sure to set your ORDER BY clause properly.
0 293 posted 12 years ago by stews
I often need to know if a record exists in a table. This method is probably the most efficient. Too many people don't use the exceptions that Oracle provides, which is a shame. I think I got it from Tom Kyte's site? Or Steven Feuerstein?
0 199 posted 12 years ago by stews
This compares selected columns between 2 tables that you think might have differences. It lists the rows and values that are different between the two sources You can add WHERE clauses as appropriate. You could also use this to compare the resul...
0 215 posted 12 years ago by stews
I can never remember the syntax on the "FOR UPDATE OF" clause!
0 157 posted 12 years ago by stews
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