Description: A heap-organized table is a table with rows stored in no particular order. This is a standard Oracle table; the term "heap" is used to differentiate it from an index-organized table or external table.
If a row is moved within a heap-organized table, the row's ROWID will also change.
For heap-organized tables with one or more LOB columns, if you omit the TABLESPACE clause for LOB storage, then Oracle creates the LOB data and index segments in the tablespace where the table is created.
The data_segment_compression clause is valid only for heap-organized tables. Use this clause to instruct Oracle whether to compress data segments to reduce disk use. The COMPRESS keyword enables data segment compression. The NOCOMPRESS keyword disables data segment compression. NOCOMPRESS is the default.
This example creates a table with one column - the simplest 'create table' statement.
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