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My attempt to read the view creation code stored in the Oracle data dictionary has en

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My attempt to read the view creation code stored in the Oracle data
dictionary has encountered a problem. The view code appears to be
getting cut off at the end. What have I to do resolve this problem?
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valexena wrote:

My attempt to read the view creation code stored in the Oracle data
dictionary has encountered a problem. The view code appears to be
getting cut off at the end. What have I to do resolve this problem?

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Read the SQL*Plus users guide to determine the correct settings.

(hint: the guide is at http://docs.oracle.com)

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Jul 19 '05 #2

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Hans Forbrich <fo******@yahoo.net> wrote in message news:<3F**************@yahoo.net>...
valexena wrote:

My attempt to read the view creation code stored in the Oracle data
dictionary has encountered a problem. The view code appears to be
getting cut off at the end. What have I to do resolve this problem?

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Read the SQL*Plus users guide to determine the correct settings.

(hint: the guide is at http://docs.oracle.com)


I think Hans could have given you more of a hint. See SET command in
the SQLPlus Guide. Also notice the datatype of the column you are
trying to display.

HTH -- Mark D Powell --
Jul 19 '05 #3

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