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#1 Cisco-Stt

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Posted 23 May 2011 - 09:52 AM

hello guys,

I'm new to databases and I just need to know what is that below supposed to mean

• Tablespace tb_11: located in D:\ section of the database server Having 2 X 50M data files
• Tablespace tb_22: located in E:\ section of the database Having 2 X 50M data files
• Tablespace tb_33: located in F:\ section of the database Having 2 X 50M data files
• Tablespace tb_33: located in F:\ section of the database Having 1 2 X 32M data files
• Tablespace tb_44: located in F:\ section of the database Having 1 2 X 32M data files

it is okay to create the tables but what the numbers mean and how do i modify or create them specially this (1 2 X 32M )
also what is the difference between ((section of the database server)) and ((section of the database))

finally >>> i think PL/SQL is enough ... but some one told me that i need other tools and he doesn't remember their names
please tell me what tools can get this done other than PL/SQL

thank you

Edited by Cisco-Stt, 23 May 2011 - 09:53 AM.

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Posted 25 May 2011 - 02:48 AM

is that possible no body knows .. come on i need that info
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Posted 26 May 2011 - 01:49 PM

i thought i'm in the right place ..... tell me something .. do i need to change the forum or what
i used to get answers in the same day but now it takes weeks without answering

just tell me am i in the wrong place
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