But i did not understand some of the things here what are following objects: usernev%type note%type tablanev%type etc..R these standard provided by oracle or your built in standards?You can use this method to update multiple records, but you still need to step through each record and click on the field to update the record.
2 - Run an update to populate the new table column 3 - Drop the old table column 4 - Re-name the new column to the original column name Also, starting in Oracle 11g, the new virtual column feature is useful for changing table column datatypes.
Notice that once you have updated the record, an asterisk (*) shows next to the record.
As before, click the Commit Changes to update the record in the database.
You can also insert data using the 'traditional' method you'd use when using a command line or SQL Plus.
Return to the SQL Worksheet and enter the command: Insert into departments (DEPARTMENT_ID, DEPARTMENT_NAME) Values (300, 'Research'); Click F9.