I am using the dynamic cursor so that I can use the %NOTFOUND feature and process an insert when not found and an update when found.I was processing 1.2 million rows and killed the process after 3 hours -- it had inserted nothing.
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UPDATE Table1 T1 SET T1= (SELECT T2FROM Table2 T2 WHERE T2= T1.id), T1= (SELECT T2FROM Table2 T2 WHERE T2= T1.id) WHERE T1IN (SELECT T2FROM Table2 T2 WHERE T2= T1.id); The full example is here: beef is in having the columns that you want to use as the key in parentheses in the where clause before 'in' and have the select statement with the same column names in parentheses.
where (column1,column2) in ( If your table t1 and it's backup t2 have many columns, here's a compact way to do it.
I'm concerned that the cursor is making it take so long, but I can't think of any other way to do this. Does Oracle select the data to define the cursor and hold it in memory?
If we are not memory rich on the server, would that cause the incredible slowness?
In Microsoft Access 2007, I'm trying to update about 6000 records from one table with values from another table, but I'm having problems. When you have finished adding your tables, click on the Close button.
Actually I am trying to update the Bot table MFG with the Big table MFG when Big. In this example, we've selected the Big and Bot tables.This source cannot be changed by me (it's automated).I have made a query to pull needed equipment information from it to generate reports/labels.So here's what I came up with: Thank you for your interest in this question.Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count).Does anyone have any ideas for a better way to do this? When the m8054_table contains its anticipated 95 million plus rows, they will use 19,742 MB of storage. Here is the code: CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE UPDATE_M8054_SUMMARY_FROM_TEMP IS BEGIN DECLARE /* Select information from temp_summary a row at a time */ CURSOR c_temp_summary IS SELECT ser_nbr, batch_id, fare_media_type, issue_llt, validity_period, issue_equip_id, initial_value, io_code, debit_acct_nbr, expire_llt, first_use_llt, last_use_llt, card_status, value_remain, rides_remain, xfers_remain, last_route, total_uses, total_rides, total_xfers, total_value_deduct, total_value_added, total_bonus_added, total_incent_added, total_no_entry, total_free_entry, total_free_xfer, total_test_tckt FROM temp_summary; TYPE t_cursor IS REF CURSOR; v_cursor t_cursor; v_m8054_summary m8054_summary%ROWTYPE; v_ser_nbr NUMBER(12, 0); v_batch_id NUMBER(12, 0); v_fare_media_type NUMBER(3, 0); v_issue_llt DATE; v_validity_period NUMBER(5, 0); v_issue_equip_id VARCHAR2(8); v_initial_value NUMBER(5, 0); v_io_code NUMBER(5, 0); v_debit_acct_nbr NUMBER(12, 0); v_expire_llt DATE; v_first_use_llt DATE; v_last_use_llt DATE; v_card_status NUMBER(3, 0); v_value_remain NUMBER(5, 0); v_rides_remain NUMBER(3, 0); v_xfers_remain NUMBER(3, 0); v_last_route NUMBER(5, 0); v_total_uses NUMBER(5, 0); v_total_rides NUMBER(5, 0); v_total_xfers NUMBER(5, 0); v_total_value_deduct NUMBER(12, 0); v_total_value_added NUMBER(12, 0); v_total_bonus_added NUMBER(12, 0); v_total_incent_added NUMBER(12, 0); v_total_no_entry NUMBER(5, 0); v_total_free_entry NUMBER(5, 0); v_total_free_xfer NUMBER(5, 0); v_total_test_tckt NUMBER(5, 0); v_rows_read NUMBER(12,0); v_rows_inserted NUMBER(12,0); v_rows_updated NUMBER(12,0); BEGIN DBMS_OUTPUT.