The following creates the script enable_cons.sql that enables all disabled constraints. It must be run by Oracle...
user SYSTEM. It has been tested on Oracle 7.3 onwards.
set pages 0 set lines 132 set timing off spool enable_cons.sql select 'alter table',owner||'.'||table_name,'enable constraint',CONSTRAINT_NAME,';' from all_constraints where status='DISABLED'; spool off @enable_cons.sql
Paul B. writes: This script has an error in the select statement. It should be:
select 'alter table '||owner||'.'||table_name||' enable constraint '||CONSTRAINT_NAME||';' from all_constraints where status='DISABLED';
Martin C. writes: This process could be costly as it will create the indexes from the constraints in the default tablespace of the owner of the table.
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