I tried to find something on forum but, no success. I was manipulating data into Interactive SQL and accidentaly deleted a row. Is there any way to recover this row ? Like an Undo or somthing like this ? Thanks for your help.

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The ROLLBACK statement is your "undo" in SQL... it will work until the the change is committed:

  • when an explicit COMMIT statement is executed,

  • when an implicit commit is performed; e.g., by a CREATE TABLE statement,

  • when you exit Interactive SQL with the commit_on_exit option set to 'ON' (the default).

See Executing COMMIT and ROLLBACK statements in Interactive SQL

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answered 27 Dec '12, 09:06

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edited 27 Dec '12, 09:09

Thanks Mr Breck, works very fine. It looks simple, but just before you know it. Thanks a lot again.

(27 Dec '12, 12:18) RDPSispetro
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