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Outputting a query to file rather than to the screen in Oracel 9i

Outputting a query to file rather than to the screen in Oracel 9i

(OP)
Hi want to output a simple query to a text file.

Select * from bookings

Please note I do not want it to be displayed on the screen as the table is very large.

Any help would be appreciated

RE: Outputting a query to file rather than to the screen in Oracel 9i

(OP)
Just to add to my previous post.  This query is being done in oracle 9i

RE: Outputting a query to file rather than to the screen in Oracel 9i

This query is being done in oracle 9i
So, you'll get better results in an oracle forum: forum759

Hope This Helps, PH.
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RE: Outputting a query to file rather than to the screen in Oracel 9i

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