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Effective SQL

Effective SQL

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Published by: api-3716083 on Oct 18, 2008
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Effective SQL, PL/SQL Using

\u2022Multi-Table Insert
\u2022Data Aggregation
\u2022Merge Statement
\u2022Analytical Functions
\u2022BulkCollect and ForAll

May 2007
Multi-Table Insert
Multi-Table Insert
\u2022INSERT \u2026 SELECT
In a multi table insert, you insert computed rows derived from the rows
returned from the evaluation of a sub query into one or more tables.

\u2022Unconditional Insert
\u2022Conditional Insert
\u2022Conditional First Insert
\u2022Pivoting Insert

Current Scenario:

INSERT INTO revenue (person,month,revenue)
SELECT person, 'Jan', rev_jan FROM revert UNION ALL
SELECT person, 'Feb', rev_feb FROM revert UNION ALL
SELECT person, \u2018Apr\u2018 ,rev_mar FROM revert ;

With Multi Table Insert:

Insert ALL
into revenue values (person ,'JAN', rev_jan)
into revenue values (person, 'FEB', rev_feb)
into revenue values (person,\u2018 MAR', rev_mar)

Selectperson, rev_jan, rev_feb, rev_mar, rev_apr, rev_may,
fromre vert;

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