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The SQL history feature displays information about scripts you have executed in the SQL Commander. Status information, execution time, affected numner of rows and more information is displayed for each entry. You can recall any history entry for new execution in the SQL Commander either by loading from the SQL History window or by using the previous/next operations in the SQL Commander. The history feature supports filtering the entries either by the meta data for each entry or by searching the full script.

 

                  
Previously executed statements and scripts can be located and executed again
from the SQL History window.
SQL History window

                  
Filtering by meta data for each entry and in the full script content.
Filtering the SQL History
Feature DbVisualizer
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DbVisualizer
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» SQL History
» Limit number of history entries to save
» Filter by full script content