Hi. I just discovered that I have inherited a 2000+ line file that I need
to be able to run with a command (inside an old Unix shell script) that
looks like this:
Unfortunately, when the shell script hits this line it kicks out the
FRM-40011: Form was created by an old version of SQL*Forms(Generate).
What does this mean exactly? Was the 2000 line script created by sql*forms (generate)? I really don't know much about Oracle & sql*forms. Is there anyplace on the internet where I can find a sql*forms tutorial?
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Subquery in Oracle:
Sub queries are one of advance queries in oracle.
Types of advance queries:
• Sub Queries
• Hierarchical Queries
• Set Operators
Sub queries are know as the query called from another query or another subquery. It can …
This post first appeared at Oracleinaction (http://oracleinaction.com/undo-and-redo-in-oracle/)by Anju Garg (Myself).
I will demonstrate that undo for DML’s is stored both in undo tablespace and online redo logs. Then, we will analyze the reaso…