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Syntax SELECT INTO Statement
The SELECT INTO statement retrieves data from one or more database tables, and assigns the selected values to variables or collections.
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Syntax SELECT
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Chapter Selecting a Datatype
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Chapter Selecting an Index Strategy
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Task Using Flashback Query (SELECT ... AS OF)
You perform a Flashback Query using a SELECT statement with an AS OF clause.
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Task Using PL/SQL Varrays with INSERT, UPDATE, and SELECT Statements
This example shows how you can transfer varrays between PL/SQL variables and SQL tables.
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Task Using SELECT FOR UPDATE
Fortunately, it is straightforward in Oracle Database to prevent the anomaly described:
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Task Selecting Character Values
When you select a value from an Oracle database column into a PL/SQL character variable, whether the value is blank-padded or not depends on the variable type, not on the column type.
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Task Selecting from the DUAL Table
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Concept When to Use CREATE TABLE AS SELECT Recovery
To do an out of place restore of the data, perform a CTAS (CREATE TABLE AS SELECT … AS OF …) using the Flashback Query SQL "AS OF …" clause.
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