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SQLDev Trick: Alphabetized Column List in the Single Record Viewer

This trick’s title might actually be longer than the content – so guaranteed QUICK read! Question from a reader: is there a way to alphabetize the columns in the Single Record View? Quick Answer: No… Column order is usually something the application architect or data modeler deemed important, so we always show the column in […]

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Make SQL Developer Run Faster

Forgive the inelegant post title – but it gets to the point, and I reckon it might be closer to what folks will be Googling. I get questions from time to time around getting SQL Developer to load or respond quicker. Here’s the advice/tips I generally lead with: Look and Feel You can tell SQL […]

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Advice on Finding Your Way Around a New Oracle Database

Received this query from a customer this morning… For your information, I’m average in SQL. What I would really like to know is if you can give me some tips regarding the use of Oracle SQL Developer in relation to a completely new database. So, are there functions/tools in Oracle SQL Developer which can help […]

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Formatting Columns in SQL Developer a la SQL*Plus

Does SQL developer support, col command that is used to format query results in sqlplus. like – col id heading app_id format a10 My answer was: ‘Yes.’ But I figured I should put up or shut-up a little bit, so here goes. You can read more about column formatting in SQL*Plus here (Docs). I used […]

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Getting Your Plans via SQL_ID

@thatjeffsmith hi Jeff, is it possible to see execution plan just by passing sql_id somehow,i dont think so as it just show running sql plan — Mayank (@mayankeurope) February 15, 2016 So of course you can just run a query in the worksheet to get this. But, you need to know a few things. So […]

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What the SQL? (History)

Oracle SQL Developer has 2 client-side logging mechanisms for capturing SQL that is executed: SQL History Statements SQL History This is the SQL that you have executed in a SQL Worksheet. It’s also any scripts you have executed in a SQL Worksheet. Ran something the other day and forgot to save it to your script? […]

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Oracle SQL Developer, In a Nutshell

Idiom:in a nutshell In a few words; concisely: Just give me the facts in a nutshell. Ok, so I used more than a few words, but if I told you that SQL Developer was a GUI version of SQL*Plus – I’d be leaving out a WHOLE LOT of important stuff. If that’s all you’re using […]

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Modeling Virtual Columns

Virtual columns made their debut in Oracle Database 11g. They are a value that’s not stored with the row, rather they are computed as queried. [DOCS] So I could have a column of type DATE. And I could have a virtual column of type VARCHAR2 that is computed by running a function against the previously […]

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SELECT SPLAT…To Just the Cols You Want

Question: I like SELECT *, but I don’t really want ALL the columns. Is there a better way? Side Note: People are giving me crap on the ‘SPLAT’ – it’s perfectly acceptable! To me at least… There’s a few better ways, and with an IDE like SQL Developer, you should expect lots of help in […]

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