18.1 – New Formatting Option, Right-Align Query Keywords

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Due to popular demand, we’ve added this new preference to the formatter. With it turned on: On SELECT B.DEPARTMENT_NAME, A.FIRST_NAME, A.LAST_NAME, A.SALARY FROM DEPARTMENTS B, EMPLOYEES A WHERE A.EMPLOYEE_ID = B.MANAGER_ID AND B.DEPARTMENT_ID (+) = A.DEPARTMENT_ID ORDER BY SALARY DESC, LAST_NAME ASC; Off SELECT B.DEPARTMENT_NAME, A.FIRST_NAME, A.LAST_NAME, A.SALARY FROM DEPARTMENTS B, EMPLOYEES A WHERE A.EMPLOYEE_ID = B.MANAGER_ID AND B.DEPARTMENT_ID (+) …

Let’s talk about ‘Squiggles’ – What’s Wrong with Your SQL or PLSQL?

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SQL Developer’s code editors try to help you out. They’ll show you two categories of informational advisories: there is a problem with this code we think we can help you with this code These are shown by various styles of underlined text in the editor. Let’s go through the list of what’s available as of version 18.1 – to be …