View the Exhibit and examine the structure of the ORDERS table:
The ORDER_ID column has the PRIMARY KEY constraint and CUSTOMER_ID has the NOT NULL constraint.
Evaluate the following statement:
INSERT INTO (SELECT order_id,order_date,customer_id FROM ORDERS
WHERE order_total = 1000
WITH CHECK OPTION) VALUES (13, SYSDATE, 101);
What would be the outcome of the above INSERT statement?
It would execute successfully and the new row would be inserted into a new temporary table created by the subquery.
It would execute successfully and the ORDER_TOTAL column would have the value 1000 inserted automatically in the new row.
It would not execute successfully because the ORDER_TOTAL column is not specified in the SELECT list and no value is provided for it.
It would not execute successfully because all the columns from the ORDERS table should have been included in the SELECT list and values should have been provided for all the columns.