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Name: Sqlplus editor
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In Windows, the default editor for sqlplus is Notepad. When notepad opens, it opens the tersglasmillcu.site file. Once you define _editor with the path and executable for Notepad++, when you edit on the sqlplus command line, it will open your most recent SQL statement in notepad++.
To run your operating system's default text editor from the SQL*Plus user profile (tersglasmillcu.site) or site profile ($ORACLE_HOME/sqlplus/admin/tersglasmillcu.site) so that it.
If you run an ED or EDIT command at the SQL*Plus prompt, then the system starts an operating system editor, such as ed, emacs, ned, or vi. When you start the editor, the current SQL buffer is placed in the editor. When you exit the editor, the changed SQL buffer is returned to SQL*Plus.
Because SQL*Plus does not store SQL*Plus commands in the buffer, you edit a SQL*Plus command entered directly to the command prompt by using. Open a UNIX or a Windows terminal and enter the SQL*Plus command: sqlplus; When prompted, enter your Oracle Database username and password. If you do . The default editor under Windows NT/95 is Notepad, while under Unix it is vi. You may, however, configure SQL*Plus to use another editor of your choice.
Do this by defining the user variable named _EDITOR to point to executable of the editor you want to use. 14 Sep - 27 sec - Uploaded by dbacatalog tersglasmillcu.site file name is the name of a file without extension. (Default the current SQL buffer, when you exit the editor, the changed SQL buffer is returned to. The global site profile file is $ORACLE_HOME/sqlplus/admin/tersglasmillcu.site If a site . For example, to set the default editor to vi, run the following command.
Not everyone wants to use sqlplus' built in editor. It is a bit of a pain and not at all WYSIWYG. Thankfully, changing sqlplus to use another editor.