Tag: script

A Quick 4.1 Trick: SET SQLFORMAT

One of your favorite SQL Developer ‘tricks’ is the ability to pre-format query output. So instead of getting standard output back, maybe you want query results to come back as CSV. But using that requires you to add code to your existing SQLs. Maybe instead it would be cool to set the overall script output […]

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Oracle SQL Developer Meets SQL*Plus?

If you weren’t paying attention over the Christmas/Winter break, it’s very possible that you haven’t heard about our new project. You can find it on the SQL Developer version 4.1 Early Adopter download page.. If you’re not into reading so much, we have 7 or 8 blogs on the subject out there, you can just […]

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30 SQL Developer Tips in 30 Days, Day 20: See, Click, Goto Error Messages

This question comes up very frequently: Why can’t I see my compilation errors when I’m working with PL/SQL? Because you are either: using the wrong editor, or not asking to see the errors SQL Developer is the PL/SQL IDE for the database. So we obviously need to have those ‘fancy’ IDE features like a debugger, […]

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30 SQL Developer Tips in 30 Days, Day 13: Executing Very Large Scripts

What’s a very large script? That’s a subjective question, and the answer will depend somewhat on the hardware specs of your machine. I got this question yesterday: @thatjeffsmith is there a limit to the number of lines I can paste into the code editor in SQL developer? — louise mcscootash (@metalouise) September 12, 2014 I […]

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30 SQL Developer Tips in 30 Days, Day 8: Use the Cart to Build Deployment Scripts

Let’s say you have some objects you need to quickly create somewhere else. And you want to it such that it can be scripted/scheduled. I am using the Cart right now to build out a demo environment for folks that want to show off some SQL Developer features. For instance, I’m building a ‘shopping list’ […]

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30 SQL Developer Tips in 30 Days, Day 4: Statement Execution

A few quick things to remember: Try to always use statement delimiters Even before I go to execute this ‘statement’, SQL Devleoper is telling me I have a problem. The grammar check is failing. Notice those red squiggle lines? They actually mean something. So, add a semi-colon, or do this: Know the difference between executing […]

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SQL Developer Quick Tip: Running Scripts off the Web

Did you know you can run SQL*Plus type scripts directly from the web? Now, I’m going to assume the following: You know, trust, and have tested these scripts You don’t assume that everything on the Internet is true That Tim doesn’t think I’m trying to suck up to him, much So, in a SQL Worksheet, […]

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Managing Scripts in Oracle SQL Developer

You backup your databases, right? You backup you home computer – your media collection, tax documents, bank accounts, etc, right? You backup your handy-dandy SQL scripts, right? Ok, now that I’ve got your head nodding, I want to answer a question I get every so often: How can I manage my scripts in SQL Developer? […]

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Monitoring Scripts as They Execute in Oracle SQL Developer

Interesting question from the forums: I’m doing multiple Inserts on a table using a script file (.sql) in SQL Developer. Since it has a lot of statements, I would like to check the progress of it somewhere in the application window. But I don’t see any progress of lines being displayed anywhere. The focus simply […]

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Grants Now Included in SQL Developer SQL Pages

Quickly copying objects to a new environment is easy in SQL Developer. You simply go to the object in the tree and access the SQL page. However a few of our users were complaining that we weren’t including the object privileges that had been GRANTed in the SQL script. So after re-creating the object in […]

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Tracking Script Changes Locally in Oracle SQL Developer

Source control systems are a vital component to any serious software development environment. Tracking and merging changes, branching new versions, or reverting back to a previous incarnation of the code is so much easier when you have your source code versioned in a system like Subversion or CVS. Of course source control isn’t the answer […]

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