Lets take a quick look at these two datatypes and what they offer.
This is the datatype that we are all too familiar with when we think about representing date and time values.
First off: The Oracle UPDATE statement is a part of the Oracle DDL (Data Definition Language) that can be used to alter the content or structure of a table in our database.
Some examples of DDL can be can be one condition, or multiple, dependent on what you need. be that you want to update just customers that are located in one area of the world.
But, you might have to have your DBA activate the schemas, and give you access.