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Saving Changes from a Collection to a Table

Although one cannot issue INSERT, UPDATE, or DELETE statements against collections, it is possible to issue SELECT statements. The htmldb_collections is a view into the data stored as a collection.  The code that follows selects the C001…C006 columns from the htmldb_collections view.  Then, looping through the collection starts to check the C006 column for any changes that have taken place.  Members where C006 = ‘I’ indicates a new record and it needs to be INSERTed into the conference_rsvp table.  The U means the member was updated and an UPDATE is performed.  The D is a member that was deleted, and the record will be deleted from the table.  Once the data has been updated, the collection is deleted and re-created so it can be displayed in a report.

This code is located in the Save Changes to CONFERENCE_RSVP process on page 1132 in the EASY Samples application.

--
-- Loop through the collection and update the CONFERNCE_RSVP
-- table according to the c006 column.
--
for r in (
    select c001, c002, c003, c004, c005, c006
    from  htmldb_collections
    where  collection_name = 'CONF' )
loop
  if r.c006 = 'I' then
    insert into conference_rsvp(
      id, last_name, first_name,
      rsvp_date, company )
    values(
      r.c001, r.c002, r.c003,
      r.c004, r.c005 );
  elsif r.c006 = 'U' then
    update conference_rsvp
    set  last_name  = r.c002,
        first_name = r.c003,
        rsvp_date  = to_date( r.c004, :PICK_DATE_FORMAT_MASK ),
        company  = r.c005
    where id = to_number( r.c001 );
  elsif r.c006 = 'D' then
    -- don't do the delete while testing for the book.
    -- delete from conference_rsvp where id = r.c001;
    null;
  end if;
end loop;

--
-- Repopulate the collection
--
htmldb_collection.delete_collection( 'CONF' );
 

htmldb_collection.create_collection_from_query(
  p_collection_name => 'CONF',
  p_query       => 'select id, last_name, first_name, rsvp_date,
company, ''O'' from  conference_rsvp where payment = ''Check''',  p_generate_md5  => 'YES');

htmldb_collection.reset_collection_changed( 'CONF' );


The above book excerpt is from:

Easy HTML-DB Oracle Application Express

Create Dynamic Web Pages with OAE

ISBN 0-9761573-1-4   

Michael Cunningham & Kent Crotty

http://www.rampant-books.com/book_2005_2_html_db.htm

 

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