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We're running TOAD for Oracle 188.8.131.52 with Oracle 11g on a Database Server.
We log in on an application server via TOAD.
I wish to create a DMP file that is scheduled every week that is kept on the application server in a specific directory. I thought I would be able to do this via Automation designer. So I created a Data Pump Export in Automation server:
Selected schems and the schema I wished to DMP. Under the files tab, I can not enter a path for the dmp or log file. I can only choose the data_pump_dir or other oracle areas - I assume those would be on the database server.
Is there any way to accomplish what I would like to do, whether it be a different method in Automation Designer or some other way?
I have run many SQL selects and the Data grid keeps saving my results fron each run.
I can't find the location or command to close these Data grid results.
I just have to get out of Toad and get back in to clear them.
How do you close a unneeded Data grid results?
Estoy realizando una consulta a través del TOAD del tipo SELECT '123' FROM DUAL; pero al obtener el resultado aparece un espacio de 32 caracteres después del resultado, por ejemplo:
Esta misma consulta la realizo en el servidor de desarrollo obteniendo el resultado correcto:
Ya busque las configuraciones y son correctas o en su defecto no se si deje pasar algo por defecto, estoy utilizando rac.
I have my monitors turned portrait at 1080 x 1920 and these pages are too wide to fit by about 10% on Firefox.