What should you do if you have an anydata column in a queue table and you don’t have any tool to read from it(sqldeveloper doesn’t support it natively)?
I have written some code to extract all the information from such a column and print it, whatever the content would be.
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Something I really often use is this select:
SELECT distinct type,line,name,text
WHERE lower(Text) LIKE(‘%’||lower(:search_source)||’%’)
SELECT distinct ‘column’ type,null line,table_name||’.’|| COLUMN_NAME name,null
WHERE lower(COLUMN_NAME) LIKE(‘%’||lower(:search_source)||’%’)
SELECT DISTINCT ‘table’ type,null line,object_name name,null
WHERE object_type IN (‘TABLE’,’VIEW’)
AND lower(object_name) LIKE(‘%’||lower(:search_source)||’%’)
ORDER BY type,name,line
This select will show you most of the database objects in a schema(columns, table,view,code), where this ‘search_source’ string is used.
You can add this into you sqldeveloper as well, as a user defined report.
To accomplish this you will have to do the following steps:
1) Open sqldeveloper
2) go to Reports tab(If you don’t see this tab go to the Menu choose view->Reports
3) right-click ‘User Defined Reports’ -> add Report -> give name and put the sql code as above into SQL input screen(you can leave the rest as default)
You can use this Search in sqldeveloper now.
Last week I was searching for a long time to find my application in SQL Developer. I wanted to deploy it to a production environment, the application had APP_ID 113 but I couldn’t find it in SQL Developer:
After some time I noticed an other application that had the same name: “Daily Report”. After I changed the name of my application to “Daily Reports”, I could see it in SQL Developer and deploy it!