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Re: Help with sql identifying dup constraints

Daniel Fink

2004-06-16

Replies:
Barb,

Guess what... search_condition (and dba_views.text) are still LONG in 10g!

Dan

Barbara Baker wrote:
> Daniel:
>
> This particular database is indeed 9i.
> This is so cool! This little gem will come in handy.
>
> I think I'll just wait 'till Pints has one of their
> scotch-tasting extravaganzas. Might save me money in
> the long-run :)
>
> You know, in one of the original posts, Jacques said
> "Shouldn't this column have been changed to a CLOB in
> 9.2?"
>
> I double-checked, and even on a new database (not
> migrated up from 8i, search_condition is a long. It
> does make me wonder why Oracle didn't make that change
> . . . .
>
>
> Thanks for the code!
>
> Barb

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