1. Explain What is meant by Scrollable cursor?

A scrollable cursor, however, can move forward and backward, and can seek any desired record in the cursor. Such operations are common in applications that present results sets in scrolling windows. With a scrollable cursor, application developers do not need to create and manage their own buffer for the records.

2. Explain What is the output of SIGN function?

SIGN (a): Returns 1 if a is positive or if a is 0, and -1 if a is less than 0.

3. How to use SQL to build SQL, what is this called and give an example?

This is called dynamic SQL. An example would be:
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spool drop_all.sql
spool off
Essentially you are looking to see that they know to include a command (in this case DROP USER...CASCADE;) and that you need to concatenate using the ?||? the values selected from the database.

4. Explain What is the maximum number of triggers, can apply to a single table?

Insert/Update/Delete :- 3
Before/After:- 2
Row Level/Statement Level:-2

Hence 3*2*2

5. Explain What is meant by SORTING and GROUPING?

For sorting we use order by clause in select statement. This is used to sort data in ascending order or descending order.
To group data based on perticulr column we use groupby clause.
Both are used to get distinct values.

6. Explain How do we eliminate the duplicate rows?

Use the DISTINCT keyword right after SELECT...

i.e. SELECT DISTINCT customername FROM customer

select * from emp e where rownum=
(select max(rownum) from emp ee
where e.empno=ee.empno)

7. Explain What is an Integrity Constraint?

Integrity constraint is a rule that restricts values to a column in a table.

8. Explain What is a Cartesian product?

A Cartesian product is the result of an unrestricted join of two or more tables. The result set of a three table Cartesian product will have x * y * z number of rows where x, y, z correspond to the number of rows in each table involved in the join.

9. Explain some PL/SQL Exceptions?

TOO_MANY_ROWS

NO_DATA_FOUND

INVALID_CURSORS

DUP_VAL_ON_INDEX

10. Explain What are the different types of SQL?

There are 5 types

1.data definition type

2.data manipulation

3.data control

4.transaction control

5.data query

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