WITH

WITH

The WITH clause may be processed as an inline view or resolved as a temporary table. The advantage of the latter is that repeated references to the subquery may be more efficient as the data is easily retrieved from the temporary table, rather than being requeried by each reference.

WITH dept_count AS (

SELECT deptno, COUNT(*) AS dept_count

FROM   emp

GROUP BY deptno)

SELECT e.ename AS employee_name,

dc1.dept_count AS emp_dept_count,

m.ename AS manager_name,

dc2.dept_count AS mgr_dept_count

FROM   emp e,

dept_count dc1,

emp m,

dept_count dc2

WHERE  e.deptno = dc1.deptno

AND    e.mgr = m.empno

AND    m.deptno = dc2.deptno;

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