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Oracle SQL Developer tool and data import

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I have an Oracle database on UNIX with Table1 and Table2 created by user1. I have connected to that database via SQL Developer and imported data into Table1 and Table2 from different csv files. When I run select statement on SQL Seveloper on either table, it shows correct data. But when I attempt to run a query from SQL Plus on another computer, my selects do not return any records. Why is this happening?
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Did you commit the records from inside SQL Developer?  If not, then only the session that inserted them can see them.
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I tried executing commit;
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Oh, I didn't check the select statements after executing commit; statement:)
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