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Implementing Parallel DML Operations in Database

Implementing Parallel DML Operations in Database

Parallel DML Operation is disable by default. For enable fire the following command:

ALTER SESSION ENABLE PARALLEL DML;

to force parallel behaviour, regardless of the parallel degree you have placed on an object:

ALTER SESSION FORCE PARALLEL DML;

For session to run parallel DML operations:
You can run parallel session by specifying in hints or table have degree value more than 1. You can use parallel operation on all DML Statements INSERT, UPDATE & DELETE

1. Enable the session for Parallel DML operations:

ALTER SESSION ENABLE PARALLEL DML;

2. Run the parallel operation by specifying HInts in the statements:

INSERT /*+ PARALLEL(DEPT,4) */ INTO DEPT
SELECT /*+ PARALLEL(DEPT_COPY,4) */ * FROM DEPT_COPY;

UPDATE /*+ PARALLEL(EMP,4) */ EMP SET SAL = SAL*1.01 WHERE DEPTNO=10;

DELETE /*+ PARALLEL(EMP,4) */ FROM EMP WHERE DEPTNO=10;

If you want to delete or update large amount of data in bigger table in Enterprise edition then you can speed up with Parallel hints for the operations.

Note: Insert parallel is not work on single insert statement
Table having the trigger is not worked with parallel hints

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Select, Update, Insert AND Delete Operations on Oracle database

SELECT STATEMENT:
SELECTING ALL COLUMNS OF THE TABLE:
A ‘SELECT’ statement is used as a DATA RETRIEVAL statement i.e. It retrieves information from the database.

SYNTAX:
SQL> SELECT * FROM TABLE NAME;
• SELECT identifies WHAT COLUMNS.
• FROM identifies WHICH TABLE.
Simply, SELECT clause specify which column is to be displayed & FROM clause specify the table containing the columns listed in the SELECT clause.
Here, ‘*’ is used to select all columns.

SELECTING SPECIFIC COLUMNS OF THE TABLE:
SYNTAX:
SQL> SELECT ENAME,JOB FROM EMP
 
SELECTING DISTINCT ELEMENTS FROM THE TABLE:
SYNTAX:
SQL> SELECT DISTINCT ENAME,JOB FROM EMP
The SELECT DISTINCT statement is used to return only distinct (different) values.It is used to remove duplicate values.

SQL> select * from empxyz;

NAME                   AGE
----------------------- ------
anju                    23
jkg                     34
anju                    23

SQL> select distinct name,age from empxyz;

NAME                    AGE
----------------------- -------
anju                    23
jkg                     34


INSERT STATEMENT:
SYNTAX:
SQL> INSERT into CSE(student,rollno) VALUES ('MONIKA',651);
INSERT statement is used to ADD NEW ROW TO A TABLE.
Using INSERT We can only insert on row at a time. As shown in above example,
In above example CSE is the name of the TABLE & STUDENT, ROLLNO are its two ATTRIBUTES.
Enclose CHARACTER & DATE values within a SINGLE QUOTATION MARKS.
 
DELETE STATEMENT:
SYNTAX:
SQL> DELETE from CSE where rollno BETWEEN 605 AND 630;
i.e. DELETE FROM table [WHERE condition];
If we OMIT WHERE CLAUSE then ALL ROWS OF THE COLUMN ARE DELETED.

UPDATE STATEMENT:
SYNTAX:
SQL> UPDATE cse SET rollno=21 WHERE student='ITIKA';
Here, If we do not use WHERE clause then ALL ROWS OF THE TABLE ARE UPDATED.
SPCIFIED ROW or ROWS are modified if we specify the WHERE clause