How to Rename an SQL Table

There are a number of reasons why you may need to rename a table in your SQL Database. Whatever the case may be, the process is super-easy. In this post, I share 2 different ways you can rename an existing table in the Oracle Database. Continue reading and learn how…

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MySQL BETWEEN Operator Queries – Are they inclusive?

I recently learned of some odd behavior using MySQL BETWEEN operator queries, filtering by a DATETIME column. I wrote about this over on Medium so I am sharing the post for any readers here who are interested…

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Dynamic RPAD() Function using a CASE Expression – Oracle SQL Example

I recently wrote a couple of blog posts on the SQL CASE expression with examples in MySQL. As I study and learn more about Oracle SQL, I wanted to apply a CASE expression to the RPAD() character function for dynamic string padding. Continue reading to see an example query…

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How to Insert Data using Oracle SQL Developer

The INSERT DML command introduces new rows of data into an SQL table. INSERT is under the Create domain of the CRUD acronym. When using the Oracle SQL Developer IDE, instead of writing an INSERT INTO command, there are visual elements within the IDE interface which help facilitate an INSERT operation. Continue reading to learn how with a simple example…

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Import CSV file with Oracle SQL Developer

If you’re working with Oracle SQL and need to load CSV data into one of your tables, using Oracle SQL Developer makes this process a breeze. Continue reading to see a simple example and learn how…

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