iSQL*Plus User Preferences

i SQL*Plus also implements an interface by which you can specify various options. You get to that interface by clicking the Preferences button near the top right of the iSQL*Plus page, between the Logout and Help buttons . Figure 14-3 shows part of the Interface Configuration page, which will be the first preferences page that you see.

Figure 14-3. iSQL*Plus's Interface Configuration preferences


You can specify many options spread over several categories. Select the category of preferences that you wish to review using the link bar on the left side of the page. Then, for each preference category, you can specify values in the main part of the page. Click the Apply button to have your preferences take effect. The on screen descriptions do a good job of explaining each preference.

Preferences you specify for i SQL*Plus are written to a cookie and are used for all subsequent i SQL*Plus sessions unless you delete that cookie. If you connect to two different i SQL*Plus application servers from the same machine, each will write its own cookie and each will maintain its own set of preference settings.


Introduction to SQL*Plus

Command-Line SQL*Plus

Browser-Based SQL*Plus

A Lightning SQL Tutorial

Generating Reports with SQL*Plus

Creating HTML Reports

Advanced Reports

Writing SQL*Plus Scripts

Extracting and Loading Data

Exploring Your Database

Advanced Scripting

Tuning and Timing

The Product User Profile

Customizing Your SQL*Plus Environment

Appendix A. SQL*Plus Command Reference

Appendix B. SQL*Plus Format Elements

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Oracle SQL Plus The Definitive Guide, 2nd Edition
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