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Showing TYPE’d Column Values in SQL Developer

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Someone on the innerwebs asked how to show the data inside their user defined TYPE’d column in a table when querying it with SQL Developer.

Here’s their code:

CREATE OR REPLACE TYPE ANSCHRIFT_T AS OBJECT (STRASSE CHAR(12), HAUSNR CHAR(3));
 
CREATE TABLE VERTRETER(V_NR NUMBER(4) PRIMARY KEY, ANSCHRIFT ANSCHRIFT_T);
 
INSERT INTO VERTRETER VALUES (1, ANSCHRIFT_T('TESTWEG','14'));
INSERT INTO VERTRETER VALUES (2, ANSCHRIFT_T('BLA BLA WEG', '25'));
 
SELECT V_NR, ANSCHRIFT FROM VERTRETER;

Run the query. Get the results.

Double-click on the Cell to expose the values.

Double-click on the Cell to expose the values.

Or, in the preferences, enable this:

Turn this on.

Turn this on.

Run the query again.

Better? Well, you don't have to double-click on the cell to see the data.

Better? Well, you don’t have to double-click on the cell to see the data.

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