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Oracle SQL Developer: How to turn off automatic rowcount limits?

Jim Horn
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Hi All

Oracle SQL Developer v4.1.2.20, every time I run a query the return set is limited to 50 rows.
Where's the setting to turn this off / edit this number?

Thanks in advance
Jim
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Try "Features".  Preferences was the last option on mine.
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You can select a row in the results window and press ctrl+down to retrieve all records. I don't think there is a setting to get all records at once as sql developer uses a buffer to get a part of your results. The F5 or run as script is like the sqlplus spool command.
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