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Question number: 310

» Database » Oracle

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Question

For the following statements which is true

1. Page is an object owned by a form

2. Pages are a collection of display information such as constant text and graphics.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

1 & 2 are TRUE

b.

1 & 2 are FALSE

c.

Only 2 is TRUE

d.

Only 1 is TRUE

Answer

c.

Explanation

Define page replacement algoritham

Define Page Replacement Algoritham

Define page replacement algoritham

  • Page is a collection of display information such as constant text and graphics.

  • We use page manager to view, create, and edit the controls and application logic that define a page.

  • A page process is a unit of logic that is runs when a specific event occurs.

  • We can branch from one page to the next page using navigation

  • Pages can also have application logic.

  • Every page can have buttons and fields which are grouped into containers called regions.

The Page is Dividing in Following Section:

  • Page Rendering

    • Page rendering is the process of generating a page from the database.

  • Page Processing

    • Page processing is the process of submitting a page

  • Shared Components

    • The shared components section lists common components it can used by one or more pages within an application.

The page is dividing in section

The Page is Dividing in Section

The page is dividing in section

Question number: 311

» Database » MySQL

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Question

Which of the following is NOT VALID in PL/SQL?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Delete

b.

Create

c.

Select … into

d.

Update

Answer

b.

Explanation

  • Create is NOT VALID in PL/SQL.

  • We use INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE, SELECT and LOCK TABLE commands.

  • INSET: adds new rows of data to database table.

  • UPDATE: modifies rows.

  • DELETE: removes unwanted rows

  • SELECT: Retrieves rows that search criteria

  • LOCK TABLE: temporarily limits access to a table.