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Eclipse Data Tools Platform Guide
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Terminating Execution in SQL Results View

You can terminate the execution of a procedural routine object or SQL statement from the SQL Results view. Terminating the execution of an object or SQL statement stops further results from being displayed for the corresponding query.

You can terminate a running result from SQL Results view. Terminating a result stops it from running and makes it possible to remove it from the history, but does not remove it automatically.

Right-click a running result in the History frame of the SQL Results view and select Terminate.

 
 
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