Is there a way to make an Oracle query behave like it contains a MySQL limit clause?
In MySQL, I can do this:
order by name
to get the 21st to the 30th rows (skip ...
UserId, Value, Date.
I want to get the UserId, Value for the max(Date) for each UserId. That is, the Value for each UserId that has the latest date. Is there a way to do this simply in SQL? (...
In SQL I (sadly) often have to use "LIKE" conditions due to databases that violate nearly every rule of normalization. I can't change that right now. But that's irrelevant to the question.
Further, I ...
I'm looking for a good way to perform multi-row inserts into an Oracle 9 database. The following works in MySQL but doesn't seem to be supported in Oracle.
INSERT INTO TMP_DIM_EXCH_RT