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April 2, 2012Posted by on
Some interesting facts I never know about rows in Oracle and how they are stored.. In my quest to answer this question, I learnt a lot about rows, row blocks, how they are composed of and some oracle anomalies.
I’m glad that I looked at the question and got hooked. I am yet to reproduce and understand the final bit in this post, but will do it when I get a few hours time.
Originally posted on Oracle Scratchpad:
I know I haven’t been very good about posting on the blog or replying to questions lately (and a big thank you to anyone who has answered some of the recent questions correctly), but tonight is a Friday night, and I have a few moments to spare, so here’s a question prompted by a recent comment on OTN.
I have a table declared as follows (and the ellipsis means repeat the column definitions according to the simplest and most obvious pattern to give you 1,000 columns all of type number(1)):
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