This tutorial demonstrates how to generate a series of integers using the ROWNUM pseudocolumn and any available table with as many rows in it as the number of integers required. Other techniques are discussed in the tutorials listed in the menu to the left.
Before using this solution you need to find a table with at least as many rows in it as the number of integers you need to generate. I.e. if you need a series of 10 integers then you need to find a table or view that will always have at least 10 rows in it. The data dictionary view ALL_OBJECTS is a popular choice for this method.
Once you have identified a table with a sufficient number of rows simply select ROWNUM from it to generate the required integer series, like this.
select rownum from all_objects where rownum <= 10 ;
ROWNUM ---------- 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
We can apply this technique to our day of the week scenario as follows.
select day_of_week , t.val from ( select rownum - 1 as day_of_week from all_objects where rownum <= 7 ) i left outer join t using ( day_of_week ) order by day_of_week ;
DAY_OF_WEEK VAL ----------- ---------- 0 1 100 2 3 300 4 400 5 500 6