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RE: ** chained rows fixing

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Date: Fri, 23 Sep 2005 18:06:55 -0400
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While this doesn't help you now I highly recommend a company standard of having a package variable that's checked at the beginning of each trigger as you mention. It's made our lives *so* much easier.      


Jay Miller

Sr. Oracle DBA


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From: A Joshi [] Sent: Friday, September 23, 2005 1:50 PM To:
Subject: ** chained rows fixing  


   I need to get rid of chained rows for some tables. Re-insert (delete and insert) the rows. Some of the tables have triggers so it is difficult. IS there a way to execute the delete and insert without the triggers firing. Meaning is there a way to make sure trigger does not fire for a session. One way would be to declare a package variable and check it in the beginning of a trigger but that would need change to all triggers.

  To disable triggers would require that rest of application be shut down.   

I plan to increase the pctfree to prevent chained rows in future. Is there any thing else I need to do. I assume a simple delete and insert will eliminate chained row. Do I need anything else. Can some provide a generic script for this. I have all the chained row in table chained_rows. Any other guidelines. Thanks. Help is appreciated.

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