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Flashback Query - Get a consistent view of the your data at a previous point in time.



wEa said...

really help me .. thanx ..

vasanth said...

Really its a gud one

Geetha said...

Good one. Gives me a brief idea abt flashback query

smruti Sarathi Das said...

Really this a good guide, it helps us.

Thanks
smruti sarathi

OEA said...

Very concise and clear. Helped me to get the correct picture about Flashback Query. Thank you.

Hindol Saha Chowdhur said...

Its good but in case of drop and any ddl what i have to do...in 10g there is a option like recyclebin but in 9i i could not able to reback any drop option...Is it possible ..please help

Tim... said...

Please ask questions in the forum, not the comments!

Flashback was new in 9i, and refined greatly in 10g. In 9i you have no option but to recover the table from a backup. There is not a flashback operation to help you.

Cheers

Tim...

biju augustine said...

it is a wonderful knowledge. it helped me in a very needed situation. thax lot

srinivas said...

It is very good.
here they are explained very clearly with suitable example.
it is really very good i am understand very clearlu.

thabks alot

Bharath+917411005677 said...

It's really helpful for a novice...it is clearly explained even with an example and hence gives the basic idea about the flash back queries in 9i...thanks a lot and it helped me a lot....!thanks again...

Pavan said...

Very good...!
very useful for a beginners

arka said...

great help..thnks a lot dude!

sumit said...

really its a great help ,it worked for me

DO NOT ask technical questions here, that's what my forum is for!

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