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November 6, 2018

Suppress DML Errors with LOG ERRORS
So a SQL DML statement (insert, update, etc.) is "all or nothing", right? Either all rows identified by the statement can be modified or none of them. Well, that's true by default, but you can override this behavior and suppress errors at the row level with LOG ERRORS. It is a very cool feature, but also something you need to use with care. Join us to learn more and to tell us about your own usage of LOG ERRORS!

10:47 Key LOG ERROR features
13:00 Demonstration of LOG ERRORS
23:52 LOG ERRORS Gotchas
28:26 Helper package for LOG ERRORS
31:25 Performance overhead of LOG ERRORS
44:08 Using the tag column

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