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Oracle Tutorials - Retrieve the Count of Updated Rows
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How To Retrieve the Count of Updated Rows?
After running an UPDATE statement, the database server returns
a count of updated rows. You can retrieve this count from a special predefined
variable called SQL%ROWCOUT, as shown in the following tutorial:
CREATE TABLE emp_temp AS SELECT * FROM employees;
UPDATE emp_temp SET salary = salary * 1.05
WHERE salary < 5000;
DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE('# of rows updated: ' ||
# of rows updated: 49
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