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are developed using Oracle client-side tools, such as Oracle Forms Developer.
QUESTION 59: You have a row level BEFORE UPDATE trigger on the EMP table. This
trigger contains a SELECT statement on the EMP table to
ensure that the new salary value falls within the minimum
and maximum salary for a given job title.
What happens when you try to update a salary value in the EMP table?
A. The trigger fires successfully.
B. The trigger fails because it needs to be a row level AFTER UPDATE trigger.
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C. The trigger fails because a SELECT statement on the table being updated is not
D. The trigger fails because you cannot use the minimum and maximum functions in a
BEFORE UPDATE trigger.
This will result in a mutating table. A mutating table is a table against which a data
manipulation statement has been issued and the corresponding trigger on the DML
statement is reading from the same table, at the same time. To work around this you
would need to need to create a statement level trigger with the SELECT statement and
place the values into the package variables. Then the ROW Level Trigger could check
the values in the package variables.
A. This trigger would result in a mutating table and would generate an error.
B. ROW level Triggers result in a mutating table, STATEMENT level triggers do not.
D. You may use a MINIMUM and MAXIMUM Functions but not in a ROW level
Trigger that queries the same table in which a DML operation is being performed.
QUESTION 60: Examine this code:
CREATE OR REPLACE STORED FUNCTION get_sal
(p_raise_amt NUMBER, p_employee_id
WHERE employee_id = p_employee_id;
v_raise := p_raise_amt * v_salary;
Which statement is true?
A. This statement creates a stored procedure named get_sal.
B. This statement returns a raise amount based on an employee i...
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