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SHOW

SHOW

Syntax

SHO[W] option

where option represents one of the following terms or clauses:

system_variable

ALL BTI[TLE]

ERR[ORS] [ { FUNCTION | PROCEDURE | PACKAGE | PACKAGE BODY | TRIGGER

| VIEW | TYPE | TYPE BODY | DIMENSION | JAVA CLASS } [schema.]name]

LNO

PARAMETERS [parameter_name] PNO

REL[EASE]

REPF[OOTER]

REPH[EADER] SGA

SPOO[L]

SQLCODE

TTI[TLE] USER

Shows the value of a SQL*Plus system variable or the current SQL*Plus environment.

Terms

Refer to the following list for a description of each term or clause:

system_variable

Represents any system variable set by the SET command.

ALL

Lists the settings of all SHOW options, except ERRORS and SGA, in alphabetical order.

BTI[TLE]

Shows the current BTITLE definition.

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ERR[ORS] [{FUNCTION|PROCEDURE|PACKAGE|PACKAGE BODY|TRIGGER |VIEW|TYPE|TYPE BODY | DIMENSION | JAVA CLASS} [schema.]name]

Shows the compilation errors of a stored procedure (includes stored functions, procedures, and packages). After you use the CREATE command to create a stored procedure, a message is displayed if the stored procedure has any compilation errors. To see the errors, you use SHOW ERRORS.

When you specify SHOW ERRORS with no arguments, SQL*Plus shows compilation errors for the most recently created or altered stored procedure. When you specify the type (function, procedure, package, package body, trigger, view, type, type body, dimension, or java class) and the name of the PL/SQL stored procedure, SQL*Plus shows errors for that stored procedure. For more information on compilation errors, see your PL/SQL User’s Guide and Reference.

schema contains the named object. If you omit schema, SHOW ERRORS assumes the object is located in your current schema.

SHOW ERRORS output displays the line and column number of the error (LINE/COL) as well as the error itself (ERROR). LINE/COL and ERROR have default widths of 8 and 65, respectively. You can alter these widths using the COLUMN command.

LNO

Shows the current line number (the position in the current page of the display and/or spooled output).

PARAMETERS [parameter_name]

Displays the current values for one or more initialization parameters. You can use a string after the command to see a subset of parameters whose names include that string. For example, if you enter:

SHOW PARAMETERS COUNT

NAME

TYPE

VALUE

------------------------------

-----

-----

db_file_multiblock_read_count

integer

12

spin_count

integer

0

The SHOW PARAMETERS command, without any string following the command, displays all initialization parameters.

Command Reference 5-97

SHOW

Your output may vary depending on the version and configuration of the Oracle database server to which you are connected. You need SELECT ON V_$PARAMETER object privileges to use the PARAMETERS clause, otherwise you will receive a message

ORA-00942: table or view does not exist

PNO

Shows the current page number.

REL[EASE]

Shows the release number of Oracle that SQL*Plus is accessing.

REPF[OOTER]

Shows the current REPFOOTER definition.

REPH[EADER]

Shows the current REPHEADER definition.

SPOO[L]

Shows whether output is being spooled.

SGA

Displays information about the current instance’s System Global Area. Note, you need SELECT ON V_$SGA object privileges to use the SGA clause, otherwise you will receive a message

ORA-00942: table or view does not exist

SQLCODE

Shows the value of SQL.SQLCODE (the SQL return code of the most recent operation).

TTI[TLE]

Shows the current TTITLE definition.

USER

Shows the username you are currently using to access SQL*Plus. If you connect as “/ AS SYSDBA”, then the SHOW USER command displays

USER is "SYS"

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Examples

To list the current LINESIZE, enter

SHOW LINESIZE

If the current linesize is 80 characters, SQL*Plus will give the following response:

LINESIZE 80

The following example illustrates how to create a stored procedure and then show its compilation errors:

CONNECT SYSTEM/MANAGER CREATE PROCEDURE HR.PROC1 AS BEGIN

:P1 := 1; END;

/

Warning: Procedure created with compilation errors.

SHOW ERRORS

Errors for PROCEDURE HR.PROC1: LINE/COL ERROR

--------------------------------------------------------

3/1 PLS-00049: bad bind variable ’P1’ SHOW ERRORS PROCEDURE PROC1

NO ERRORS.

SHOW ERRORS PROCEDURE HR.PROC1 Errors for PROCEDURE HR.PROC1: LINE/COL ERROR

--------------------------------------------------------

3/3 PLS-00049: bad bind variable ’P1’

To show whether AUTORECOVERY is enabled, enter

SHOW AUTORECOVERY

AUTORECOVERY ON

To display the connect identifier for the default instance, enter

SHOW INSTANCE

INSTANCE "LOCAL"

Command Reference 5-99

SHOW

To display the location for archive logs, enter

SHOW LOGSOURCE

LOGSOURCE "/usr/oracle90/dbs/arch"

To display information about the SGA, enter

SHOW SGA

 

 

Total System Global Area

7629732

bytes

Fixed Size

60324

bytes

Variable Size

6627328

bytes

Database Buffers

409600

bytes

Redo Buffers

532480

bytes

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