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Oracle PL / SQL » View » Create View 
Use view based on user-defind type
    


SQL> create type addressType as object
  2  (Street  VARCHAR2(50),
  3   City    VARCHAR2(25),
  4   State   CHAR(2),
  5   Zip     NUMBER);
  6  /
SQL> create type personType as object
  2  (Name     VARCHAR2(25),
  3   Address  addressType);
  4  /
SQL>
SQL>
SQL> create table emp
  2  (cid NUMBER   primary key,
  3   Name        VARCHAR2(25),
  4   Street      VARCHAR2(50),
  5   City        VARCHAR2(25),
  6   State       CHAR(2),
  7   Zip         NUMBER);
SQL>
SQL> create view empView (cid, Personas
  2  select cid,personType(Name,addressType(Street, City, State, Zip))
  3    from emp;
SQL>
SQL> drop view empView;
SQL> drop table emp;
SQL>
SQL> drop type personType;
SQL>
SQL> drop type addressType;
SQL>
SQL>

   
    
    
    
  
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