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Oracle Tutorials - Insert a RECORD into a Table
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How To Insert a RECORD into a Table?
If you have a RECORD variable with data fields matching a table structure,
you can insert a row to this table with this RECORD variable using
the INSERT statement as shown in the example below:
CREATE TABLE emp_temp AS SELECT * FROM employees;
CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE FYI_CENTER AS
SELECT * INTO manager FROM employees
WHERE employee_id = 100;
manager.employee_id := 299;
INSERT INTO emp_temp VALUES manager;
DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE('# rows inserted = '
# rows inserted = 1
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