Given the following table (people_table):By writing a query similar to thisI expect 2 as count result
I have a table with id, cost, and priority columns:Starting with the highest priority (descending), I want to select the rows where the cost adds up to less than (or equal to) $20,000,000.
My code:in Oracle returns null result, butin SQL Server returns a '' result.Why did this result differ?
I need to print records which have the current calendar month as the enrolled month.I used sysdate for this function. But, I'm not sure if that is correct or not.
How can I generate the below numbers through sequence in oracleAnd so on. I can generate 1,2,1,2,1,2 through cycle but above I am not able to use logic.
I have a table which includes Years and Genders. Here is an example of my table:I use this query for taking my result.
I'd like to use a prepared statement with perl DBI (version 5.16.3) to update a row in an Oracle database table.
I'm beginner in Oracle SQL. I am using SQL Developer. This query is not executed. I need for each id like 1001,1002 how many no of yes status and how many no of no status. Thanks in advance....
I have a description column in my table and it's values areI want to display only EXAMPLE, TEST,VALUE from the description column.
Through multiple sources, books and through asktom I found there is no difference between count(1) and count(*). somewhere I found count(1) is faster than count(*). But I really dont know how? As for as I know count(*) counts the rowid and count(1) counts the 1 as the number of rows....