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SQL Reference

SQL Statements: DROP SEQUENCE to ROLLBACK, 13 of 19

INSERTPurpose Use the INSERT statement to add rows to a table, a view's base table, a partition of a

SQL Reference

Oracle Reserved Words

INSERT *INTEGER *

Pro*C/C++ Programmer's Guide

Embedded SQL

Insert NULLsYou can use indicator variables to INSERT NULLs. Before the INSERT, for each column you want to be … = -1; EXEC SQL INSERT INTO emp (empno, comm) VALUES (:emp_number,:commission:ind_comm); The … NULL instead, as follows: EXEC SQL INSERT INTO emp (empno, comm) VALUES (:emp_number, NULL); While … this is less flexible,

User's Guide and Reference

PL/SQL Language Elements, 26 of 52

INSERT StatementThe INSERT statement adds new rows of data to a specified database table. For a full description of the INSERT statement, see Oracle9i SQL Reference.

Reference Guide for Microsoft SQL Server and Sybase Adaptive Server Migrations

Microsoft SQL Server, Sybase Adaptive Server, and Oracle Compared

INSERT Statement2-8 INSERT Statement in Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server and Sybase Adaptive Server Microsoft SQL … Server and Sybase Adaptive Server Oracle Syntax: INSERT [INTO] [[database.]owner.] {table | view … }[(column [, column]...)]{VALUES (expression [,expression]...) | query} Syntax: INSERT INTO [user.]{table … . Recommendations: INSERT

Concepts

Direct-Path INSERT

Advantages of Direct-Path INSERTThe following are performance benefits of direct-path INSERT: During direct-path INSERT, you can … disable the logging of redo and undo entries. Conventional insert operations, in contrast, must … table and then using direct-path INSERT operations, you update any indexes defined on the target table … during the

Concepts

Direct-Path INSERT

Parallel Direct-Path INSERT into Partitioned TablesThis situation is analogous to serial direct-path INSERT. Each parallel execution server is

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Direct-Path INSERT

Direct-Path INSERT without Loggingimportant that you back up the data after such an insert operation. See Also: Oracle9i Backup and

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Direct-Path INSERT

Direct-Path INSERT and Logging ModeDirect-path INSERT lets you choose whether to log redo and undo information during the insert … LOGGING mode, then direct path INSERT always logs, regardless of the logging or nologging setting.

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Direct-Path INSERT

Introduction to Direct-Path INSERTOracle inserts data into a table in one of two ways: During conventional insert operations, Oracle … operations, Oracle also maintains referential integrity constraints. During direct-path INSERT … implement direct-path INSERT operations by using direct-path INSERT statements or by using Oracle's … direct-path

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Direct-Path INSERT

Serial and Parallel Direct-Path INSERTWhen you are inserting in parallel DML mode, direct-path INSERT is the default. In order to run in … table, either at create time or subsequently, or you must specify the PARALLEL hint for each insert … operation. To disable direct-path INSERT, specify the NOAPPEND hint in each INSERT statement. Doing so … -path

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Direct-Path INSERT

Direct-Path INSERT with LoggingIn this mode, Oracle performs full redo logging for instance and media recovery. If the database is in ARCHIVELOG mode, then you can archive online redo logs to tape. If the database is in NOARCHIVELOG mode, then you can recover instance crashes but not disk failures.

Objects for OLE

Batch Insert Form

Batch Insert FormTo learn how to code a particular function, click on the button in the graphic below. Text description of the illustration batch2.gif   Copyright © 1994, 2002 Oracle Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Home Book List Contents Master Index Feedback

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Direct-Path INSERT

19 Direct-Path INSERTThis chapter describes the Oracle direct-path INSERT feature for serial or parallel inserts. It … also describes the NOLOGGING feature available for direct-path INSERT and some DDL statements. This … chapter's topics include: Introduction to Direct-Path INSERT Advantages of Direct-Path INSERT Serial … and Parallel

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Direct-Path INSERT

Additional Considerations for Direct-Path INSERTIndex Maintenance with Direct-Path INSERT Oracle performs index maintenance at the end of direct … -path INSERT operations on tables (partitioned or nonpartitioned) that have indexes. This index … maintenance is performed by the parallel execution servers for parallel direct-path INSERT or by the single … process for serial direct-path

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Direct-Path INSERT

Direct-Path INSERT Into Partitioned and Nonpartitioned TablesYou can use direct-path INSERT on both partitioned and nonpartitioned tables.

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Direct-Path INSERT

Serial Direct-Path INSERT into Partitioned and Nonpartitioned TablesThe single process inserts data beyond the current high water mark of the table segment or of each partition segment. (The high-water mark is the level at which blocks have never been formatted to receive data.) When a COMMIT runs, the high-water mark is updated to the new value, making the data visible to users.

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Direct-Path INSERT

Parallel Direct-Path INSERT into Nonpartitioned TablesEach parallel execution server allocates a new temporary segment and inserts data into that temporary segment. When a COMMIT runs, the parallel execution coordinator merges the new temporary segments into the primary table segment, where it is visible to users.

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Direct-Path INSERT

Locking Considerations with Direct-Path INSERTDuring direct-path INSERT, Oracle obtains exclusive locks on the table (or on all partitions of a … partitioned table). As a result, users cannot perform any concurrent insert, update, or delete … queries, however, are supported, but the query will return only the information before the insert

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Direct-Path INSERT

Space Considerations with Direct-Path INSERTDirect-path INSERT requires more space than conventional-path INSERT, because direct-path INSERT … does not use existing space in the free lists of the segment. All serial direct-path INSERT operations … as well as parallel direct-path INSERT into partitioned tables insert data above