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Types of views in Oracle

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    Types of views in Oracle

    Is there any types of views in Oracle? If so, please let me know...


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    Re: Types of views in Oracle

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    Re: Types of views in Oracle

    what is the difference between cursor and collections


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    Re: Types of views in Oracle

    Quote Originally Posted by nareshbabu18 View Post
    what is the difference between cursor and collections
    cursor
    When a query is executed in oracle, a result set is produced and stored in the memory. Oracle allows the programmer to access this result set in the memory through cursors.
    Collection
    A Collection is an ordered group of elements, all of the same type. Each element has a unique subscript, called an index, that determines its position in the collection

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    Re: Types of views in Oracle

    Hello Laxmi,
    There r two types of VIEW in ORACLE.
    Simple View and Complex View
    simple view derives data from only one table but complex view derives data from many table
    simple view contain no functions or group of data but complex view contain function or group of data
    simple view always allow DML operation through th view but complex view does not always allow


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