How to insert 2 queries with sequence in oracle?

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by mac , in category: MySQL , 23 days ago

How to insert 2 queries with sequence in oracle?

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by lew , 22 days ago

@mac 

To insert 2 queries with sequence in Oracle, you can use the following steps:

  1. Create a sequence in Oracle if you don't already have one:
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CREATE SEQUENCE seq_name START WITH 1 INCREMENT BY 1;


  1. Use the INSERT INTO statement to insert data into your table and use the NEXTVAL function from the sequence to generate sequential numbers:
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INSERT INTO table_name (column1, column2) VALUES (NEXTVAL('seq_name'), 'data1');
INSERT INTO table_name (column1, column2) VALUES (NEXTVAL('seq_name'), 'data2');


Replace table_name with the name of your table, column1 and column2 with the respective column names, and data1 and data2 with the data you want to insert.


By using the NEXTVAL function with the sequence, you can ensure that each row inserted will have a unique sequential number assigned to it.