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creating temporary session table in toad

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I have been using oracle sql developer till now, but recently shifted to toad. Here when i am creating a temporary table for the session, the only available option in toad is 'TEMPORARY GLOBAL'. when i use this option, the data in my table is only there for a transaction and not for the entire session. as against this in sql developer there was a option of temporary(session) in which the table preserved rows till the whole session.
How do i make a similar table in toad where my rows are preserved for the entire session?
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Create temporary table with PRESERVE specified in DDL. This is default method of preserving rows in Oracle.

Some software apply changes/modifications on objects where TOAD does not.
I hope this answers your question.
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thanks mohammadzahid. the solution has worked, my table is working fine now.
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