Hopefully you’ve heard about the new SQL*Plus we’re building.
And hopefully you’ve heard about the new REPEAT command we put into it yesterday.
Here’s a quick example of how to build a little ‘monitor’ in just 2 commands, a total of 5 lines of code.
SELECT To_Char(Originating_Timestamp, 'DD-MON-YYYY HH24:MI:SSxFF') Time_Entry,
substr(message_text, 0, 75) || '...' (more...)
I was going to talk about our new IMPORT command in SQLcl. This will allow you to feed a delimited text file of data to our command line interface and have it automatically imported to a table.
But Kris Rice beat me to it. Woo-hoo, less work for me
So go read that now.
If you read far enough, you’ll see a really cool video on how to (more...)
We’re getting much closer to having Oracle SQL Developer version 4.1 ready for release – which includes SQLcl, our new command-line interface for Oracle Database.
Just a quick reminder in case you’re too lazy to click to that other post:
We’ve taken our existing Java based SQL*Plus script engine from SQL Developer, and built a new command line interface that does most of what SQL*Plus offers (more...)