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December 22

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Database In-Memory Office Hours
AskTOM Office Hours offers free, open Q&A sessions with Oracle Database experts. Explore the Database In-Memory option with Andy Rivenes (@TheInMemoryGuy) and Maria Colgan (@SQLMaria).

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    Andy Rivenes

    Andy Rivenes   

    Andy Rivenes is a Product Manager at Oracle for Database In-Memory. Prior to that Andy was a Product Manager for Heat Map, Automatic Data Optimization, SecureFiles and DBFS. Andy has spent a large part of his career managing Oracle databases and he now spends his time helping customers implement Database In-Memory as well as providing information about Database In-Memory through blogs, conferences, and customer visits. You can visit the Database In-Memory blog at https://blogs.oracle.com/in-memory or follow his tweets as @TheInMemoryGuy.
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    Maria Colgan

    Maria Colgan   

    Maria Colgan is a master product manager at Oracle Corporation and evangelist for Oracle Database, which she's worked with since version 7.3. In an earlier life, she was the product manager for Oracle Database In-Memory and the query optimizer.
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Questions

Question
The following question was asked, but got attached to the Nov 24th session which was re-scheduled to this Nov 18th session: Question from USER399341 for Database In-Memory Office Hours - 2021-11-24 I have a Table with all transaction amounts (both +ve and -ve amount). I have to find a combination of these amounts that equate to a given sum transaction amount stored in another table. There will be 10s of thousands of transactions int he first table. I am using Oracle 19c. Appreciate your help.
Answer

I'm not sure I understand this question, but I think the intent is would it be possible to cr Show more.

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