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Oracle merge/update into view?

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If I have a view such as the following would there be any difference between using merge/update statements on the Products and the view MyProducts?
CREATE VIEW MyProducts

AS

SELECT * FROM Products, ProductCat

WHERE Product.ID = ProductCat.ProdID

AND ProductCat.Account = 1

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yes, depending on which columns, if any, are constrained to be unique, the view may not be updateable.


plus, the view acts as a filter.  If a product does not have a corresponding row in the productcat table with account = 1 then that product won't show up in the view, so you won't be able to apply updates to it but you could against the base table
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