Query Editor: Control Buttons
Control buttons allow you to perform the main functions of the editor sheet.
Execute current SQL - Execute the current selected query or all queries in the sheet
Execute - similar to pressing a button
To run the script from a file - execute script from disk. The script is not loaded into the editor.
Check the script file for validate - check the script on the disk for correctness without executing it
Show a list of commands to execute - parse commands in the editor into execution blocks. Displays the internal code and text of a single command
Commit - commit changes
Rollback - roll back changes made to the data by the last requests
stop execute - stop the execution of the current request
Close open cursor - close the current dataset
Export data in file - uploading the grid data (the visible part of the data) to a file on disk
Export data in XLS - upload data to a file in XLS format
Export data in TXT - upload data to a file in TXT format
Export data in CSV - upload data to a CSV file
Export data in HTML - upload data to a file in HTML format
Export data in RTF - upload data to a file in RTF format
Save current list in file - save the contents of the current sheet to a file on disk
open file - open file manager
List saving code - open the code block creation manager. Code blocks are code constructs stored in the program, accessed from the button's drop-down menu.
System view description - description of Oracle DBMS system views (only for Oracle sheets)
Load completion data - load metadata into memory. information about tables, views, packages, functions, and procedures is loaded. The data is used for the code hint when displaying hints when writing SQL/PLSQL code. The button is used in the mode of manual loading of metadata
project manager - open project manager