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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: please a little help

    hello guys,

    I'm new to databases and I just need to know what is that below supposed to mean

    Tablespace tb_11: located in D:\ section of the database server Having 2 X 50M data files
    Tablespace tb_22: located in E:\ section of the database Having 2 X 50M data files
    Tablespace tb_33: located in F:\ section of the database Having 2 X 50M data files
    Tablespace tb_33: located in F:\ section of the database Having 1 2 X 32M data files
    Tablespace tb_44: located in F:\ section of the database Having 1 2 X 32M data files

    it is okay to create the tables but what the numbers mean and how do i modify or create them specially this (1 2 X 32M )
    also what is the difference between ((section of the database server)) and ((section of the database))

    finally >>> i think PL/SQL is enough ... but some one told me that i need other tools and he doesn't remember their names
    please tell me what tools can get this done other than PL/SQL

    thank you

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    do disk volumes D:\, E:\, & F:\ exist on YOUR system?
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  3. #3
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    hello

    you didn't answer me buddy
    i know about volumes but i need to know about the numbers

    specially this (1 2 X 32M )

    and what tools should i use other than pl/sql as they told me

    thanks

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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by viraltl View Post
    hello guys,

    I'm new to databases and I just need to know what is that below supposed to mean

    • Tablespace tb_11: located in D:\ section of the database server Having 2 X 50M data files
    • Tablespace tb_22: located in E:\ section of the database Having 2 X 50M data files
    • Tablespace tb_33: located in F:\ section of the database Having 2 X 50M data files
    • Tablespace tb_33: located in F:\ section of the database Having 1 2 X 32M data files
    • Tablespace tb_44: located in F:\ section of the database Having 1 2 X 32M data files

    it is okay to create the tables but what the numbers mean and how do i modify or create them specially this (1 2 X 32M )
    also what is the difference between ((section of the database server)) and ((section of the database))

    finally >>> i think PL/SQL is enough ... but some one told me that i need other tools and he doesn't remember their names
    please tell me what tools can get this done other than PL/SQL

    thank you
    You may want to ask the "what is it supposed to mean" question to the person who wrote the script or program that produces that result.

    That report does not come from any Oracle database utility that I know of, And "section of database server", "section of the database" are not part of the Oracle language.


    PS: As of tools, you can use SQL*Plus, Enterprise Manager DBConsole, TOAD,... and many others...
    The person who says it can't be done should not interrupt the person doing it. -- Chinese proverb

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