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Database Application Development
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on Oct 6, 2012 12:48 AM by Gary Graham-Oracle
How to alter session by setting number format
Sep 27, 2012 2:51 PM
Hi all ,
I use SQL Developer Version 3.1.07 and DB 11g.
In SQL Plus there is a command SET NUMFORMAT 9999999.99;
But i need it to alter my session by using SQL Developer. Unfortunately, this command returns error in SQL Developer:
line 33: SQLPLUS Command Skipped: set NUMFORMAT 9999999.99
Thanks in advance,
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Re: How to alter session by setting number format
Oct 6, 2012 12:48 AM
in response to
Even the latest 3.2.1 patch (3.2.10.09.57) does not support
, but the next patch should. I say "should" because it is currently in place, but a regression in worksheet run script output formatting has come up
Bug with latest SQLDeveloper with numbers beyond Java's MAXINT
I suppose there is some small chance
might get backed out to fix that regression, but I hope the two are unrelated.
SQL Developer Team