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Bulk process with limit advice [message #251314] Thu, 12 July 2007 19:54 Go to next message
tcy531
Messages: 1
Registered: July 2007
Junior Member
Here my sample design of the bulk process with limit of row inserted

declare
n_rows_to_process NUMBER := 1000;
CURSOR my_cursor IS
select XXXXX
BEGIN
OPEN my_cursor;
loop
FETCH my_cursor BULK COLLECT INTO
XXXX
LIMIT n_rows_to_process
FORALL i IN 1 .. PUR_CCN_TAB.COUNT
insert XXXX
commit;
--
-- return;
exit when my_cursor%NOTFOUND;
--
END LOOP my_cursor_loop;
CLOSE my_cursor;
End;


This is only for 1 cursor select. It complete inserted the row into temp table.

So , when I put 2 cursor into this process. It wouldn't run the second cursor because the 1 cursor it already exit the process.

Here my sample design for 2 cursor

declare
n_rows_to_process NUMBER := 1000;
CURSOR my_cursor IS
select XXXXX
CURSOR my_cursor2 IS
select XXXXX
BEGIN
OPEN my_cursor;
loop
FETCH my_cursor BULK COLLECT INTO
XXXX
LIMIT n_rows_to_process
FORALL i IN 1 .. PUR_CCN_TAB.COUNT
insert XXXX
commit;
--
-- return;
exit when my_cursor%NOTFOUND;
--
END LOOP my_cursor_loop;
CLOSE my_cursor;
BEGIN
OPEN my_cursor2;
loop
FETCH my_cursor2 BULK COLLECT INTO
XXXX
LIMIT n_rows_to_process
FORALL i IN 1 .. PUR_CCN_TAB.COUNT
insert XXXX
commit;
--
-- return;
exit when my_cursor2%NOTFOUND;
--
END LOOP my_cursor2_loop;
CLOSE my_cursor2;
End;

Is there any SQL command we can used like complete the 1 loop and continue the 2nd loop?

the reason i need the loop process because i want to insert the row by limit.
Re: Bulk process with limit advice [message #251338 is a reply to message #251314] Fri, 13 July 2007 01:16 Go to previous message
Michel Cadot
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