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Some Useful Resources on the MODEL Clause in Oracle 10g

05/19/05 | by Clarise | Categories: Databases

For those doing data warehousing in Oracle, the MODEL Clause proves to be a powerful extension to SQL in Oracle 10g. The MODEL clause enables one to create a multidimensional array by mapping the columns of a query into three groups: partitioning, dimension, and measure columns.

Here are some good and useful resources on how to use the MODEL Clause:


And of course, there's the most useful one for me &#59;D ...
Oracle® Documentation

Related References:
Oracle Database 10g: The Complete Reference
Oracle Database 10g PL/SQL Programming

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