INSERT Values into a Table with the Column Type in It : Insert « Object Oriented « Oracle PL/SQL Tutorial





SQL>
SQL> CREATE OR REPLACE TYPE ADDRESS_OBJ as OBJECT(
  2  street VARCHAR2(20),
  3  city VARCHAR2(20),
  4  state CHAR(2),
  5  zip CHAR(5))
  6  /

Type created.

SQL>
SQL> CREATE TABLE emp (
  2  empno NUMBER(3),
  3  name VARCHAR2(20),
  4  address ADDRESS_OBJ)
  5  /

Table created.

SQL>
SQL> INSERT INTO emp VALUES (101, 'A',ADDRESS_OBJ('1 St.','AAA','AL','36608'))
  2  /

1 row created.

SQL> select * from emp;

     EMPNO NAME
---------- --------------------
ADDRESS(STREET, CITY, STATE, ZIP)
---------------------------------------
       101 A
ADDRESS_OBJ('1 St.', 'AAA', 'AL', '36608')


SQL>
SQL> drop table emp;

Table dropped.

SQL> drop type ADDRESS_OBJ;

Type dropped.

SQL>
SQL>










32.12.Insert
32.12.1.Inserting Rows into the Table with object type column
32.12.2.Inserting a row of object into an object table
32.12.3.Inserting a row into an object table by supplying the values in the same way in a relational
32.12.4.INSERT Values into a Table with the Column Type in It
32.12.5.Object Relational tables
32.12.6.INSERT object instance by calling its constructor
32.12.7.Reference column name in an object table
32.12.8.Insert value to a table with 'table of custom type' as table column type
32.12.9.Reference type constructor in insert statement
32.12.10.Use user-defined type in insert statement
32.12.11.Insert statement with nested type