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I've installed the Windows 7 standalone SQLcl client and am having an issue with the password command.  It is not recognizing capital letters or special characters within the utility.  I have tried… (Show more)
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Please look at this excerpt:   SQL> show version SQLcl version: 12.2.0.1.0 SQL> select 'some text' this_is_a_text from dual; THIS_IS_A --------- some text SQL> col this_is_a_text format a20… (Show more)
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Oracle SQLDeveloper Command-Line (SQLcl) version: 4.2.0.17.097.0719 oracle database is 12.2.0.1 sqlcl is installed on a windows 7 laptop, database runs on Linux 7 sqlcl, and sql developer ignore… (Show more)
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Adric
I'm using SQLcl 4.2.0 on Linux, and it's reporting "ping:-2ms" anytime the tnsping command is used. It doesn't even seem to matter if the connection name I provide is even valid... no error message… (Show more)
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Jeff Chirco
I am running version 4.2.0 of SQLcl on my Linux machine and it works find when my Oracle Home is set to a 12.2 instance. But when I set it to a 12.1.0.2 instance I get the following errors. How come?… (Show more)
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Alexey_T.
sqlplus doesn't execute it in /nolog mode AFIAK.
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user10738421
Hello,   How to export tables which contains the special characters (', ",  column delimiter, row delimiter, line delimiter, non visible symbols) into csv file ?   Best regards, Iuri
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Hi Team,   I am using sqlcl to connect a database and able to connect as well but I can see some other user from my host can see my database credential by using this command (ps-ef|grep bash) I… (Show more)
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I can set my foreground and background colors in my terminal window using a COLOR command, but I like to change the colors when changing connections from a production database to a test database… (Show more)
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onedbguru
4.2.0.17.073.1038 In my CWD, (home directory) I have a simple login.sql that sets my prompt and a few other things. I have SQLPATH defined as /home/username:/someother/sql/dir When I login, I get:… (Show more)
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