This is where my idle musings on Oracle over the years are posted.  Just like you, my opinions, theories, results and advice change over the years, so please always take note of the date for any post that you read

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One comment

  1. Hello Connor :-),

    I noticed that @OracleDevs (Oracle Developers) published some tweets a few days ago.

    After that I glanced at the folder of your analytical-sql-examples (https://github.com/oracle/oracle-db-examples/tree/master/sql/analytical-sql-examples) where this SQL script file “analytics-Deleting-Duplicates.sql” (https://github.com/oracle/oracle-db-examples/blob/master/sql/analytical-sql-examples/analytics-Deleting-Duplicates.sql) seems to have no introduction for using related analytic function to remove the value of duplicates where I observe it from the beginning to end.

    The next day morning I published my tweets to you and also sent an email to your Ask TOM mail (asktom_us@oracle.com). Afterwards I’ve known that you don’t just spend all day on AskTOM from the announcement of bulletin board. So I could only tell you here – this comment area of your blog.

    BTW could you follow me by Twitter (my account is @quanwen_zhao)?

    Best Regards
    Quanwen Zhao

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