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Kaustav Neogy

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returns 12/31/2016
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can answer queries related to SQL, PL/SQL, triggers, D2K forms, reports.

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i've been using oracle/D2K since 1999.

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Phil Adams09/04/06101010Right on time. Thank you
Mark06/09/06101010 
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west04/15/06101010thanks for the answers they cleared things .....
amit01/20/06101010Thanks Buddy... It's really quick n great

Recent Answers from Kaustav Neogy

2006-07-07 Number data type.:

Hi Mark,    when you declare a variable as number(m,n), it signifies the number comprises of "m" digits(0-9) out of which 2 are reserved for the decimal(after the .) and hence 3 for the whole number part

2006-06-07 with check option constraint:

Hi Mark,    this constraint checks the condition specified on a column whenever you do an insert/update to that column data.    For ex, if I have a column salary and have specified a with check constraint

2006-04-13 question:

Hi West,    1. MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, MS SQL, DB2 etc are all various kinds of RDBMS/DBMS which use SQL. Does that make any sense?    2. Try use PHPMyAdmin. Its a free tool and available for download

2005-10-26 Oracle SQL help:

Hi Jen,    query 1.    select a.sname, a.sal from staff a where  a.sal > (select sal from staff where sname = 'SONG')    query 2.    select a.sname, a.SAL,   a.MGR,  (SELECT SNAME from staff where staffid

2005-10-16 Oracle Forms 9i:

Hi Beenish,    you might check out the following links and see if it helps-    http://www.oracle.com/technology/documentation/forms.html  http://www.oracle.com/technology/sample_code/products/forms/index9i

 

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