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This is not an oracle specific question. This is more a SQL question. Did not find another suitable forum for this. So posting here.

select * from xxx where (xxx.a, xxx.b) = ('20', '30')

is a working SQL.

Does anyone know how this SQL should be modified to work with the IN operator and possibly with multiple values

Ideally i want to do something like this
select * from xxx where (xxx.a, xxx.b) in (('20','30'), ('30', '40'))
 
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Sabarish,
You can do the same thing with the union operator:

This approach has the advantage of being portable across databases.
 
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General SQL questions go in the JDBC forum (at the top of the forum list.) I'll move this there for you.
 
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