Re: sqlplus bug

From: Miles Thomas <thomasm_at_"at".logica."dot".com>
Date: 1997/05/22
Message-ID: <01bc66ed$02c3cd00$>#1/1

On NT, just use the cursor arrow keys.

It works best if you keep you sql on one long line.

srvmgr23 also has it.

Miles Thomas
Logica UK Ltd
thomasm "at" logica "dot" com
The above are personal opinions, and are
not necessarily the opinions of my employer.

Chuck Hamilton <> wrote in article

> Paul Brewer <> wrote:
> >We're running NT and 95 - not sure about 16 bit.
> >I use plus33.exe exclusively (the line mode version) rather than
> >plus33w. Seems vastly superior in all respects except scrolling
> >backwards - in particular recall and editing of command history.
> >To cancel a query, control c.
> >--
> >Paul Brewer
> Wait a minute. Are you saying sqlplus has a command history? How do
> you access it? Or are you just talking about the about to list and
> edit the last sql command entered?
> --
> Chuck Hamilton
> If at first you don't succeed, skydiving isn't for you.
Received on Thu May 22 1997 - 00:00:00 CEST

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