What is table partitioning and what are its advantages and disadvantages? Also, what is bulk collection? What are...
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Oracle partitioning is used as a divide-and-conquer approach to make it easier to maintain very large objects (tables and indexes) and to speed up certain types of SQL queries. See my notes here.
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