Updating a join view oracle
You should use the MERGE statement to select rows from one or more sources for insert or update of one or more tables.
The decision to perform an insert or update is based on conditions specified by you.
(The spatial component of a spatial feature consists of the geometric representation of its shape in some coordinate space — referred to as its "geometry".) The Oracle Spatial geospatial data features consist of: The Network Data Model feature is a property graph model used to model and analyze physical and logical networks used in industries such as transportation, logistics, and utilities.
Its features include: The RDF Semantic Graph feature supports the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) RDF standards.
Oracle Spatial and Graph, formerly Oracle Spatial, forms a separately-licensed option component of the Oracle Database.
Oracle Database optimizes the query by treating the query name as either an inline view or as a temporary table.
It is not included in Oracle Standard Edition or Oracle Standard Edition One.
However, the latter two editions allow the use of a subset of spatial features (called Oracle Locator) at no extra cost.
Oracle Database returns a set of columns in the order in which the columns were specified when the object was created.
A query that selects rows from two or more tables, views, or materialized views is a join.