Got this question:

Answer: YES.

Make sure you select BOTH.

Then set your file type.

.SQL as requested

Now to confirm I’m really getting what I want.

Yes, that.

SQL Developer will automatically open the file after it’s created.

Voila!
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9 Comments

    • thatjeffsmith

      I’m of till monday – till then, give it a try and see what you get. There are options to include dependents and grants for objects when doing Exports.

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    Can we export multiple packages with their bodies with SQL Developer?

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    Shaun Raven Reply

    I’ve got an interesting problem with this. If I try and export, I only get the package body, not the spec. Also, if I try TomasG’s suggestion, I get a zero length file. Any ideas why this might occur?

    • thatjeffsmith

      Did you select both in the tree? I just tried and it worked for me.

      Can you export the spec by itself?

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      Shaun Raven

      Ah – selecting both worked for me to. That’s good enough.

      Keep up the good work – I love this tool!

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    Or simply choosing “Save Package Spec and Body…” in context menu

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