partitioning of table in Oracle 10g Standard edition One
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    partitioning of table in Oracle 10g Standard edition One

    Is partitioning of table possible in Oracle 10g Standard edition One??
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    Not possible

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    You could use partition views though ... google for details
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    Enterprise Edition supports table partitioning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PAVB
    Enterprise Edition supports table partitioning.
    ... as a separately licensed option, of course.
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    XE has a limit of 4G! What partitioning? :-)

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    the question is about standard one, not XE

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    My Mistake sorry

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    Even so, there's nothing about partitioning that makes it only a Big Table solution. Performance is all relative.
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    In general you want to partition a table either looking to help performance or to help purging strategy.
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