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Recover a deleted folder

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Posted by Rachel C on December 1, 2016 at 10:09pm

4 Things to Know About the GREATEST Function in Oracle

The GREATEST function in Oracle is one that is helpful, but I haven't seen used very often. If you do use it, keep these things in mind.
What Is The GREATEST Function?
The first thing to know about the function is what it does.
GREATEST finds the greatest value in a list of provided values.
The syntax is:
GREATEST ( expr1, [ expr_n] )
You provide it with a set of expressions, and the function will find the greatest of…
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Posted by Ben Brumm on November 27, 2016 at 10:22am

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Posted by Mohd Azher on November 17, 2016 at 10:24pm

How To Use SQL Aggregate Functions as Analytic Functions

Many functions in Oracle SQL are commonly used as aggregate functions, but can also be used as analytic functions. I'll explain what this means and how to do it in this article.
 
What is an analytic function?
 
In Oracle SQL, an analytic function is a function that allows you to perform a calculation on a subset of rows. Normally, the function is performed on all rows, but some functions allow you to perform the calculation on a subset or…
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