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Eclipse Data Tools Platform Guide
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Viewing SQL Results

Use the SQL Results view to see the results of an executed SQL query or routine procedural object.

  1. Execute your SQL query, code to create a database object, or a routine procedural object.
  2. Examine the execution results in SQL Results view.
    • View the status of the query or object, the text of the query, the date and time, and error or informational messages.
    • Search result sets using standard Eclipse Find/Replace functionality.
    • Save a group (SQL statement, its children statements, and all their execution results) to a log file.
    • Display or save all SQL results in a file similar to iSQL command output.

    Note: The maximum number of result tabs that display is determined via the SQL Results view preference page. Any result sets that exceed the maximum number do not display. To view more result tabs, increase the limit. To view all results, export all results to a file and view the results in an external editor.

 
 
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