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    Ocp 8i exams are till what date/month .

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    Radhakrishnan.M

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    The Oracle8 Core Exams are scheduled to retire on March 31, 2002.

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    Have no idea when 8i OCP retires.

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    8i... hmmmm March 31, 2003?


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    I think they will be availaible much longer than Mar 2003..

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    Q. 2 : The following is a DML statement keyword

    1. EXPLAIN PLAN
    2. TRUNCATE
    3. ANALYZE
    4. COMMENT

    Ans:2 ,can anyone explain,how is it?

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    Wink

    you use truncate manipulate/delete data, therefore its a DML keyword.
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    Sorry slob, you loose, thanks for playing. Truncate requires no commit and can not be rolledback, therfore it is not DML. See the other link for more details.

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    Talking

    Mr. Hanky, you're correct. Truncate is a DDL. the correct answer is 1. explain plan.
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    Smile

    although by your own definition {{requires no commit and can not be rolledback, therfore it is not DML. }} you're also wrong. ie. SELECT, CALL and LOCK TABLE are also DML that doesn't require no commit and can not be rolled back.
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