Out of interest can Quantum (I take it you mean export result sets as SQL update/Insert

By far the best databse tool I have used is
<> and it had this feature but only for PRO

Dbeaver <> does
something similar, but its not as user friendly.



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To: "Rational Developer for IBM i / Websphere Development Studio Client
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I can't remember if the Database Perspective was available back then or
not. If it was, I must have tried it and decided it would not work.
I know about that max row setting.
The nice thing about Quantum it too has a setting like that, but it
also has an icon to quickly request the rest of the rows. No need to go
change a setting.
I have yet to find a SQL plug-in that has this feature. Or I missed it
because it was not obvious. :)

At some point I will give the Database perspective another shot.
Quantum is just so quick and dirty. Kind of like I still use text files
for my notes instead of Word or OneNote. :)

Scott Johnson

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--Several years ago, I had the need to run SQL and export large
datasets to Excel.
--I tried many plug-ins and none could handle the large datasets.
--I came across Quantum and it was able to handle the large datasets
and export them to Excel.
--At some point I did try the Database Perspective and it could not
handle the datasets either.

Scott, were you unable to use the Database Perspective because of the
default "Max row count" of 600?

Preferences->Data Management-> SQL Development-> SQL Results View

The preferences page includes the max row count and max display row
count options.
If you have Max Row Count set to a number other than Zero, then any
statement you run may only run over that many rows.

I eventually found this preference after my update statements would
only affect a subset of the data.

Chris Hiebert
Senior Programmer/Analyst
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