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Using a Cursor to Retrieve Data From One Table and Insert Into Another table

 
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Using a Cursor to Retrieve Data From One Table and Insert Into Another

i tried the below code but it couldnt helped...





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Nope. We don't hand out answers here. Folk will help YOU write it, but you need to Show Some Effort yourself.

Or, you can always make a post in "Jobs offered" and see if anyone will code it for a fee.
 
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As Fred says, you should ShowSomeEffort.

However, here is a tip: Use "INSERT...SELECT" to perform the SELECT and the INSERT in a single statement e.g.
You should be able to figure it out from here.

[Edited my reply after I spotted the fairly obvious fact that you are using Oracle PL/SQL - doh!]
 
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