Updating tinyint columns in oracle
CREATE TABLE #Temp Table ( ID INT, CId TINYINT, Tag Id INT, Beginning_X DECIMAL(18,5), Beginning_Y DECIMAL(18,5), Ending_X DECIMAL(18,5), Ending_Y DECIMAL(18,5)) INSERT INTO #Temp Table (ID, CId, Tag Id, Beginning_X, Beginning_Y) SELECT ID, CId, Tag Id, X, Y FROM Table_1 WHERE Is Repeat = 1 INSERT INTO #Temp Table(Ending_X, Ending_Y) SELECT X, Y FROM Table_1 t WHERE t.
Stores a time value in terms of hours minutes and seconds.
Hours are represented by two digits ranging from 00 through 23.
Minutes are also represented by two digits ranging from 00 through 59. Stores the year, month, and day values of a date and the hour, minute, second value of time.
TIMESTAMP length and restrictions correspond to DATE and TIME values, except that in TIME the default is 0 and in TIMESTAMP it is 6.
Usage Notes When creating a table, you can optionally specify different tablespace and storage characteristics for BLOB columns.
You can initialize a column with the BLOB datatype by inserting an EMPTY_BLOB. BLOB columns contain LOB locators that can refer to out-of-line or in-line LOB values.Selecting a LOB from a table actually returns the LOB's locator and not the entire LOB value.BLOB is similar to LONG and LONG RAW types, but differs in the following ways: To access and populate rows of an internal BLOB column (a BLOB column stored in the database), use the INSERT statement first to initialize the internal BLOB value to empty.Example 1 The following example creates a table with a BLOB column: [ODBC] [SQL-92] [Oracle] Fixed length character string type.CHAR columns allocate a fixed space in a database row, allowing for the maximum length.Strings shorter than the maximum are padded with trailing blanks.