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I am new to Oracle.I have a Java application which is mapped to the oracle table.
The table has about 500+ rows.I want to add a new column to this existing table with some fixed string in all the rows for the new column.How can I do this?
docbase varchar(15) ;
creates a column "docbase" with null values inside the column.I want a string to appear in all the rows instead of null.How can I modify the above query to print a string say "abc" in all the rows of the docbase column?