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Snippet Name: SELECT: Partition Select

Description: You can select rows from a single partition of a partitioned table by specifying the keyword PARTITION in the FROM clause.

The PARTITION keyword specifies the table, view, snapshot, or partition from which data is selected, or a subquery that specifies the objects from which data is selected.

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Language: PL/SQL
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Last Modified: March 05th, 2009

SELECT DISTINCT <column_name_list>
FROM <table_name> PARTITION (<partition_name>);
 
 
-- This SQL statement assigns an alias for and retrieves rows 
-- from the NOV98 partition of the SALES table:
 
SELECT * FROM sales PARTITION (nov98) s
   WHERE s.amount_of_sale > 1000;
 
 
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