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Which two statements are true regarding a SAVEPOINT? (Choose two.)
A. Rolling back to a SAVEPOINT can undo a CREATE INDEX statement
B. Rolling back to a SAVEPOINT can undo a TRUNCATE statement
C. Only one SAVEPOINT may be issued in a transaction
D. A SAVEPOINT does not issue a COMMIT
E. Rolling back to a SAVEPOINT can undo a DELETE statement
Correct Answer: DE
In which three situations do a new transaction always start? (Choose three.)
A. when issuing a SELECT FOR UPDATE statement after a CREATE TABLE AS SELECT statement was issued in the same session
B. when issuing a TRUNCATE statement after a SELECT statement was issued in the same session
C. when issuing a CREATE TABLE statement after a SELECT statement was issued in the same session
D. when issuing the first Data Manipulation Language (DML) statement after a COMMIT OR ROLLBACK statement was issued in the same session
E. when issuing a CREATE INDEX statement after a CREATE TABLE statement completed successfully in the same session
F. when issuing a DML statement after a DML statement failed in the same session
Correct Answer: ADE
A transaction begins when the first executable SQL statement is encountered. An executable SQL statement is a SQL
statement that generates calls to a database instance, including DML and DDL statements and the SET
TRANSACTION statement. A transaction ends when any of the following actions occurs: A user issues a COMMIT or
ROLLBACK statement without a SAVEPOINT clause. Answer D A user runs a DDL command such asCREATE,