You can download and run the script to compare the performance of row-by-row inserting with FORALL inserting.On my laptop running Oracle Database 11The PL/SQL Challenge question in last issue’s “Working with Collections” article tested your knowledge of iterating through the contents of a sparsely populated collection.You can change it with percent amout or fixed amount.And it still work in shops with thousands of products ! If you have any ideas to improve this app, please send me your I ideas to [email protected]**** Update 20/3/2016: add Increase, Decrease operation, add field label **** UPDATE 23/5/2016: Fixed changed price whole store and collection issue in review report, hope you enjoy it! **** UPDATE 2/6/2017: Bulk update for multi collections in one click, so it will prevent this issue: "The problem I had is that many items can be in more than one collection and if I increase one collection by 10% and then another by 10%, the items that were in both collections were increased twice.It doesn't take into consideration what was already increased." The problem I had is that many items can be in more than one collection and if I increase one collection by 10% and then another by 10%, the items that were in both collections were increased twice.
Microsoft has both syntax reference and an article with examples for the Merge. NET piece, it's a simple matter of setting the parameter type as and setting the value of said-parameter to the Data Table that contains the records you want to update. If you want to real update than look for the answer from Guillermo Gutiérrez from below.Choice (c) is the only correct choice, and offers the simplest algorithm for accomplishing this task: DECLARE l_names DBMS_UTILITY.maxname_array; BEGIN l_names (1) := ‘Strawberry’; l_names (10) := ‘Blackberry’; l_names (2) := ‘Raspberry’; DECLARE indx PLS_INTEGER := l_names.FIRST; BEGIN WHILE (indx IS NOT NULL) LOOP DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line (l_names (indx)); indx := l_names.might mean—how much impact do these features really have?Actual results will vary, depending on the version of Oracle Database you are running and the specifics of your application logic.