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exporting data to excell sheet from oracle form

hi
any one can provide an example on how to export data from oracle form to excell sheet
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NiceMan331

8/22/2022 - Mon
Steve Wales

How much data and how many tables are you talking about ?

If it's a relatively small amount of data / tables, you can define an ODBC connection to the database, launch Excel and import via MSQuery.

I believe SQL Developer (free, from Oracle) can export results to a spreadsheet too.

There are also paid product solutions.

I use PL/SQL developer (Allround Automations is the developer)
TOAD (from Quest / Dell) can probably do something similar too.
Amitkumar P

Agree with Steve Wales.

SQL Developer is free and can suffice your need. Toad does the same job, but it is paid.
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NiceMan331

thanx to all
but i'm speaking about users of my forms , i need them to be easy send data for the current record to ms excell , not to going to toad or sql developper where they don't have any experiance with
the data to be exported is a very few , may not more than 50 records per time
look the definition of the tables
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Your help has saved me hundreds of hours of internet surfing.
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NiceMan331

there is no direct export to excell ?
regmigrant

Excel is a complex format, the simplest way to move data is with text, Forms themselves only have exports provided by the person who develops them
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ok thanx
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