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Re: ORA-12838 please : Is possible to append two times to thesame
 table before doing a commit

Tim Gorman

2004-04-02

Replies:
Juan Carlos,
Please note that I did not suggest "joining" the two SELECT statements
together into a single SELECT statement. What I suggested was running the
two independent SQL statements UNION'd together. That is something
different, as the UNION operator has no impact on the SELECT statements
except an ORDER BY. And an ORDER BY clause should be pretty irrelevant for
an INSERT operation...

I can't think of any reason why two separate INSERT ... SELECT operations
cannot be merged into a single INSERT ... SELECT ... UNION ... SELECT
operation?

Hope this helps...

-Tim


on 4/2/04 8:50 AM, Juan Cachito Reyes Pacheco at jreyes@(protected)
wrote:

> Thanks Tim,
> that was only one example, to show the problem.
> the insert is of thousands of records, not only 5.
> The problems is that I can't do a join, because some circumstances can cause
> another insert.
> After the first insert data is changed and then is reinserted the second
> group. No way to use a join.
>
> As this is a hisctoric kind table, temporary tables are useless, there is no
> join.
>
> it seems this is a Oracle limitation, not other chance, when I asked I
> supposed there could be some workaround in Metalink or hidden hint not
> supported by oracle to allow it.


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