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Posted: Jul 23 2010, 07:46 PM
Member No.: 51
Joined: 24-July 07
We have "alter table" syntax from Oracle to add data columns in-place in this form:
column1_name column1_datatype column1_constraint,
column2_name column2_datatype column2_constraint,
column3_name column3_datatype column3_constraint
Here are some examples of Oracle "alter table" syntax to add data columns.
cust_sex varchar2(1) NOT NULL;
Her is an example of Oracle "alter table" syntax to add multiple data columns.
cust_sex char(1) NOT NULL,