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Your database has a table customers that contains the columns cust_name, amt_due, and old_status.
Examine the commands executed and their output:
SQL>UPDATEcustomersSETamt_due=amt_due+amt_due*l. 1WHEREcust_name=’JAMES’;
1row updated.
SQL> ALTER TABLE customers DROP COLUMN old_status;
Table Altered
SQL> UPDATE customers SET amt_due=amt_due+amt_due*1.5 WHERE cust_r.ame=’JAMES’;
1 row updated.
SQL> COMMIT;
SQL> SELECT versions_xid AS XID, versior.s_startscr. AS START_SCN,
versions_er.cscn AS END_SCN, versior.s_operatior. AS OPERATION’, amt_due
FROM customers VERSIONS BETWEEN SCN MINVALULEAND MAXVALUE WHERE custname=’JAMES’;.
XIDSTART_SCNEND_SCNOPERATIONAMT_DUE
————————– ———————– ——————- ——————- ————————
07002f00cl03000017063371706337 U3300
Why is it that only one update is listed by the Flashback Version Query?

A. Supplemental logging is not enabled for the database.

B. The undo data that existed for versions of rows before the change to the table structure is invalidated.

C. The db_flash3ACK_reteniton_target parameter is set to a lower value and the undo data pertaining to the first transaction is flushed out.

D. Undo retention guarantee is not enabled.

E. Flashback Data Archive is full after the first update statement.

Explanation:

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