DROP QUEUE TABLE v10

Advanced Server includes extra syntax (not offered by Oracle) with the DROP QUEUE TABLE SQL command. This syntax can be used in association with DBMS_AQADM.

Name

DROP QUEUE TABLE -- drop a queue table.

Synopsis

Use DROP QUEUE TABLE to delete a queue table:

DROP QUEUE TABLE [ IF EXISTS ] <name> [, ...]
[CASCADE | RESTRICT]

Description

DROP QUEUE TABLE allows a superuser or a user with the aq_administrator_role privilege to delete a queue table.

Parameters

name

The name (possibly schema-qualified) of the queue table that will be deleted.

IF EXISTS

Include the IF EXISTS clause to instruct the server to not return an error if the queue table does not exist. The server will issue a notice.

CASCADE

Include the CASCADE keyword to automatically delete any objects that depend on the queue table.

RESTRICT

Include the RESTRICT keyword to instruct the server to refuse to delete the queue table if any objects depend on it. This is the default.

Examples

The following example deletes a queue table named work_order_table and any objects that depend on it:

DROP QUEUE TABLE work_order_table CASCADE;

See Also

CREATE QUEUE TABLE, ALTER QUEUE TABLE