Microsoft SQL Server), one result tab will be displayed for each result returned.To prevent retrieving an large amount of rows (and possibly running out of memory), the maximum number of rows that are retrieved can be defined for each SQL panel in the "Max. This value will be stored in the workspace that is associated with the connection profile.When you load the associated workspace the next time, the editor will automatically display the last statement from the history.You need to manually clear the statement history, if you want an empty editor the next time you load the workspace.See the description of the alternate delimiter for details. for stored procedures) that contain semicolons that should not delimit the statements.
You can use variables in your SQL statements that are replaced when the statement is executed.statement) these results will be displayed in the lower pane of the window, next to the message panel.For each result that is returned from the server, one tab (labeled "Result") will be created.Every window in SQL Workbench/J can be resized and will remember its size.So in case not everything is readable on a dialog, just resize the window so that the missing parts become visible, and that size will be kept for the future. The "current" statement will be the text between the next delimiter before the current cursor position and the delimiter after the cursor position. This is automatically the case when you extract the distribution archive with sub-directories.