Remove a Constraint from a Table in Oracle SQL

Remove a Constraint from a Table in Oracle SQL

In Oracle, constraints can be set up to enforce business rules on a database.

Sometimes you might want to remove constraints. To do this, use the ALTER TABLE command.

ALTER TABLE employeeDROP CONSTRAINT chk_emp_name; 

You’ll need to know the name of the constraint to do this. You can query the user_cons_columns view to find this:

SELECT *FROM user_cons_columnsWHERE table_name = 'your_table_name'; 
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