|Partitioning Enhancements in Oracle Database 11g Release 1 - An introduction to the partitioning enhancements in Oracle 11g Release 1.|
Lesio said...Perfect as always.
Can you start some articles about Oracle hints ?
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Aman.... said...Hi sir,
Excellent as like always!
PS:Sir,are you planning to prepare for 11g Beta exam?Please post when you would be starting for it as I shall be waiting to read your articles.
Tamil said...Hats off.
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Keep the good work..
treetree said...good article
WVM said...You are the best.
Lisa Wilcox said...The composite schemes should also include
Lisa Wilcox said..."System partitioning gives you all the advantages partitioning"
System partitioning does not offer the advantages of partition wise joins or partition pruning.
Composite partitioning: Interval partitioning is ranged partitioning, just with new partitions added automatically for you, so it is implicitly included in the existing list. I've amended the article to make that clear.
System partitioning: It's a linking sentence not a statement of fact. I've amended "all" to "many".
Jegannathan Srinivas said...Hi Tim,
I am getting an error when I run one of your example for Virtual Column-Based Partitioning
16:37:39 16 );
ERROR at line 4:
ORA-12899: value too large for column "FIRST_LETTER" (actual: 1, maximum: 4)
Works fine for me. I can only assume you have a multi-byte character set on your database and your character sematics are set to BYTE, so when I say "VARCHAR2(1)" it is too small to store 1 character on your database. Change the definition to "VARCHAR2(1) CHAR" and it should be fine.
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