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This should work in the 3.0 production release. If you have an earlier version, upgrade.1 person found this helpful
Hope that helps,
hi -- I just upgraded to 3.0.04.
I have the query as I show it above (w/ 'set echo off', and w/ the user variables in
the statement). It's still echoing the entire statement to the results pane.
I think it's because of the user variables. SqlDeveloper doesn't echo anything
if there are no variables. And with variables, echo off, SQL Plus doesn't echo
as much as SqlDeveloper, but it does still show new variable values. (The goal
is nothing echoed, so the entire statement vs. a bit of it really isn't any worse!
I suspect we'll have to live with it.)
It's not that hard to work around... but I thought it was at least worth a try.
Thanks... and if anyone has other ideas, I'm all ears!
will hide variable replacements in both sqlplus and sql developer
set verify off
set define off;
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