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Hi ALL,

I have a question regarding the oracle sql commit command. After executing a set of 20 truncate command.

example:


I finally gave the command COMMIT. Will the commit command will work of all the truncate command or only for the last truncate command, .

Thanks.
 
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I'm pretty sure once you issue a truncate, your data is gone. It doesn't wait for a commit. From this web page,

DROP and TRUNCATE are DDL commands, whereas DELETE is a DML command. Therefore DELETE operations can be rolled back (undone), while DROP and TRUNCATE operations cannot be rolled back.

Therefore commit is useless here.
 
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