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Oracle SQL Developer - sort stored procedures in window

Oracle SQL Developer - sort stored procedures in window

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When running a procedure from inside Oracle SQL Developer (by clicking the green play button), the Run PL/SQL window pops up with the list of stored procedures in the package. They are not sorted, which if you have a lot of procedures it can be a real pain to scroll through to find the one you're looking for to run a test.

Is it possible to sort the list of procedures in the Run PL/SQL window? If so, how?

RE: Oracle SQL Developer - sort stored procedures in window

dechrist,

Here is a routine that you can tailor to filter procedures for different users and to sort in any order you wish:

CODE

select owner, procedure_NAME FROM DBA_PROCEDURES
WHERE PROCEDURE_NAME IS NOT NULL
  AND OWNER NOT LIKE 'SYS%'
ORDER BY PROCEDURE_NAME,OWNER; 

santaMufasa
(aka Dave of Sandy, Utah, USA)
“People may forget what you say, but they will never forget how you made them feel."

RE: Oracle SQL Developer - sort stored procedures in window


If you created the package with the procedures/functions out of order, that's how you will get them.
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