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Disable\Enable Constraints and Triggers for a Schema

Posted on 2008-06-13
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Hello,

Can anyone please provide a method or script to easily Disable\Enable Constraints and Triggers for a Schema?

Thanks,

Michael4606
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You actually only need to disable the foreign key (and unique key maybe) constraints.

You could code a PL/SQL procedure with dynamic SQL or do something like this:

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Spo Dis_Cons.Sql
Select 'Alter Table '||Table_Name
    ||' Disable Constraint '||Constraint_Name||';'
  From User_Constraints Where Constraint_Type In ('R', 'U');
Spo Off
@Dis_Cons
Spo Dis_Trig.Sql
Select 'Alter Trigger '||Trigger_Name||' Disable;'
  From User_Triggers;
Spo Off
@Dis_Trig

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