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Creating Table with combined primary key


SQL> create table employee_history
  2  (employee_id       number(6) not null,
  3   salary            number(8,2),
  4   hire_date         date default sysdate,
  5   termination_date  date,
  6   termination_desc varchar2(4000),
  7   constraint emphistory_pk
  8    primary key (employee_id, hire_date)
  9  );

Table created.

SQL> drop table employee_history;

Table dropped.



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