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Unformatted text preview: y, 'NEW SAL'); END / Then, you enter the following SQL statement: UPDATE Employee SET Salary = Salary + 1000.0 Where Department_id = 20M What are the result in the EMP_LOG table? A EMP_ID LOG_DATE NEW_SALARY ACTION ---------- -------- ---------- ---------201 24-SEP-02 13000 NEW SAL 202 24-SEP-02 600 NEW SAL B. EMP_ID LOG_DATE NEW_SALARY ACTION ---------- -------- ---------- ---------201 24-SEP-02 14000 NEW SAL 202 24-SEP-02 7000 NEW SAL C. EMP_ID LOG_DATE NEW_SALARY ACTION ---------- -------- ---------- ---------201 24-SEP-02 NEW SAL 202 24-SEP-02 NEW SAL D. No rows are inserted. Answer: B Explanation: Employees with a Department Code = 20 are updated in the SQL Statement and 1000 is added to there existing salary. Employee Hartstein has a salary of 1300 and Employee Fay has a salary of 6000 before the update. The Trigger inserts a record for each row into the Emp_log table. The trigger specifies to insert the new value of the salary therefore the Salary values inserted will be 14000 for Hartstein & 700 for Fay. Answer A is incorrect the Trigger specifies to insert the new values. If the Trigger specified the: old.salary this would be correct Actualtests.com - The Power of Knowing 1Z0-147 Answer C omits the value f the: new.Salary Answer D is wrong. This trigger will fire and since it is a row-level trigger, it will insert a record into the Emp_log table for each record updated. QUESTION 90: Which code successfully calculates tax? A. CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE calctax (p_no IN NUMBER) RETURN tax IS v_sal NUMBER; tax Number; BEGIN SELECT sal INTO v_sal FROM emp WHERE empno = p_no; tax := v_sal * 0.05; END; B. CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION calctax (p_no NUMBER) RETURN NUMBER IS v_sal NUMBER BEGIN SELECT sal INTO v_sal FROM emp WHERE empno = p_no; RETURN:= v_sal * 0.05; end C. CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION calctax (p_no NUMBER) RETURN NUMBER IS v_sal NUMBER; tax NUMBER; BEGIN SELECT sal INTO v_sal FROM emp WHERE empno = p_no; tax := v_sal * 0.05; END D. CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION calctax (p_no...
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