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A transaction is the propagation of one or more changes to the database.
For example, if you are creating a record, updating a record, or deleting a record from the table, then you are performing transaction on the table.
But a transaction will also ROLLBACK if the database is closed or if an error occurs.
The following is the simple syntax to start a transaction − The COMMIT command is the transactional command used to save changes invoked by a transaction to the database.
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Database triggers are a handy way to monitor database activity and to efficiently perform some maintenance tasks.
The COMMIT command saves all transactions to the database since the last COMMIT or ROLLBACK command.
The syntax for COMMIT command is as follows − The ROLLBACK command is the transactional command used to undo transactions that have not already been saved to the database.
if there are 3 bool columns c1,c2,c3 all set to false initially. update set c1=TRUE where id in (subquery1),set c2=TRUE where id in (subquery2), set c3=True where id in (subquery3).
I was successful when i do split this as 3 updates but i'm not sure how to attain the result with a single update. FWIW, Oracle does accept that basic construct, however the performance of the update tends to degrade severely as the tables get larger. though as Oracle also supports the MERGE statement.
Otherwise, you'll have to do the updating "by hand", on a name by name basis, to correct instances that SQL could not.