Hello members, I am Sunil Kumar and i do job in an IT company where i have to do a lot of research on new arrivals. that's why i always try to search forum like this where i can get useful information and share mine as well. i assure all of you that my behavior shall be helpful and friendly with all of you.
hi, Welcome to forums..!! Simple and general try to elaborate issue whenever you post across and don't forget to post the version of database your are working and Operating system. Happy learning.. !! - Pavan Kumar N
Hello Sunil, Welcome to the Oracle World. Apart from what Pavan said, also try to mark your doubts as answered if any issue gets resolved because of the replies provided by the experts here. Along with marking the questions as answered, also mark helpful replies as Helpful and correct ones as Correct. Regards, Mahesh.
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I think we can get the all the answers except for those which are subject to oracle like ora-600,4035 and unexpected behaviour, if we - - provide 4 digit oracle version - os info - this code/command i issued and this ora error i got - i google this, got this solution, tried solution, now this error, searched in docs, this and that i did..., but no luck - now please help me. I am sure you will get answer for sure. Regards Girish Sharma