un-format object viewer sql tab

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Hi experts, Can someone tell me, how can I turn off automatic code formating on the Object viewer's SQL tab (i.e. the sql code in the SQL tab of an opened view is automatically formated compared to the code I used to create it) Thnx in advance for yr answers

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Oracle SQL Developer (2.1.1.64)
ASKED: February 11, 2011  8:13 AM
UPDATED: February 11, 2011  3:05 PM

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Try going to:

Tools->Preferences->Database->SQL Formatter

Look for a check box “Autoformat PLSQL in procedures, packages, views and triggers”, and uncheck it.

This is the path to the option in version 1.5.3 (it could change from version to version).

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  • Blackrebelmotorcyclefairy
    The first thing I did is, unchecked Autoformat PL/SQL...(the path is still the same in my version) and the output on the SQL tab is still formated. also I unchecked Tools-->Preferences-->Database-->ObjectViewer 'Pretty format' and still the output is formated.
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