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    OracleSelectStatement Class
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    Represents a SELECT statement.
    Public NotInheritable Class OracleSelectStatement 
       Inherits Devart.Common.SelectStatement
    public sealed class OracleSelectStatement : Devart.Common.SelectStatement 
    The following example demonstrates how to use the OracleSelectStatement class.
    OracleSelectStatement stmt = new OracleSelectStatement();
    stmt.Columns.Add(new SelectColumn("test", "td", "dname", "Department"));
    stmt.Columns.Add(new SelectColumn("", "td", "loc", "Location"));
    stmt.Columns.Add(new SelectColumn("", "te", "ename", "Name"));
    stmt.Tables.Add(new SelectTable("test", "dept", "td"));
    stmt.Tables.Add(new SelectTable("", "emp", "te"));
    stmt.GroupBy.Add(new SelectColumn("", "te", "empno", ""));
    stmt.OrderBy.Add(new SelectColumn("", "te", "ename", ""));
    Dim stmt As New OracleSelectStatement
    stmt.Columns.Add(New SelectColumn("test", "td", "dname", "Department"))
    stmt.Columns.Add(New SelectColumn("", "td", "loc", "Location"))
    stmt.Columns.Add(New SelectColumn("", "te", "ename", "Name"))
    stmt.Tables.Add(New SelectTable("test", "dept", "td"))
    stmt.Tables.Add(New SelectTable("", "emp", "te"))
    stmt.GroupBy.Add(New SelectColumn("", "te", "empno", ""))
    stmt.OrderBy.Add(New SelectColumn("", "te", "ename", ""))
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    Target Platforms: Windows 7, Windows Vista SP1 or later, Windows XP SP3, Windows Server 2008 (Server Core not supported), Windows Server 2008 R2 (Server Core supported with SP1 or later), Windows Server 2003 SP2

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