In a query editor, if you highlight the text of table name (ex dbo. MyTable) and hit ALT + F1 , you’ll get a list of column names, type, length, etc.
The more flexible way to get a list of columns in a table is to use the MySQL SHOW COLUMNS command. As you can see the result of this SHOW COLUMNS command is the same as the result of the DESC statement. For example, the following statement lists all columns of the payments table in the classicmodels database.
- s.name AS SchemaName.
- ,t.name AS TableName.
- ,c.name AS ColumnName.
- FROM sys. schemas AS s.
- JOIN sys. tables AS t ON t. schema_id = s. schema_id.
- JOIN sys. columns AS c ON c. object_id = t. object_id.
- ORDER BY.
- SELECT COL_NAME AS ‘Column_Name’, TAB_NAME AS ‘Table_Name’
- FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.COLUMNS.
- WHERE COL_NAME LIKE ‘%MyName%’
- ORDER BY Table_Name, Column_Name;
- SELECT COLUMN_NAME.
- FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA. COLUMNS.
- WHERE TABLE_NAME = ‘Your Table Name’
- ORDER BY ORDINAL_POSITION.
- Show all tables owned by the current user: SELECT table_name FROM user_tables;
- Show all tables in the current database: SELECT table_name FROM dba_tables;
- Show all tables that are accessible by the current user:
- SELECT column_name FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA. COLUMNS.
- WHERE TABLE_NAME = ‘News’
select table_name from all_tab_columns where column_name = ‘PICK_COLUMN’; If you’ve got DBA privileges, you can try this command instead: select table_name from dba_tab_columns where column_name = ‘PICK_COLUMN’; Now if you’re like me, you may not even know what the column you’re searching for is really named.
As for SQL Developer, you can open table from your connections tree, go to Columns tab and just use Edit -> Find (Ctrl/Cmd + F). Works for me in 4.0. 2.15. On toolbar, Click View->Find DB Object Now select the connection, the type and which column the value has to be found in.
- In Object Explorer, connect to an instance of the SQL Server Database Engine, and then expand that instance.
- To see a list of all databases on the instance, expand Databases.
- For Tables: SELECT TABLE_NAME FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.TABLES.
- For Stored Procedure: Select [NAME] from sysobjects where type = ‘P’ and category = 0.
- For Views: Select [NAME] from sysobjects where type = ‘V’ and category = 0.
If you are running the sqlite3 command-line access program you can type “. tables” to get a list of all tables. Or you can type “. schema” to see the complete database schema including all tables and indices.
Select cells from the columns you want to copy (CTRL+Click), choose “Copy selected Headers” in Results grid context menu and column names will be copied to clipboard. This action creates a comma-separated list that can be pasted wherever you need.
select table_name from all_tab_columns where column_name = ‘PICK_COLUMN’; Or if you have DBA privileges, select table_name from dba_tab_columns where column_name = ‘PICK_COLUMN’; But if you are not sure about the column names you can add LIKE statements to current query.
- Click the Data Mining Runs tab.
- Select the row menu ( )for a run, and then click View Jobs for Run.
- Click Sources.
- Click the name of the data source table that you want to view.
- Perform actions on the table:
- In SQL Developer, search for a table as described in “Viewing Tables”. …
- Select the table that contains the data. …
- In the object pane, click the Data subtab. …
- (Optional) Click a column name to sort the data by that column.
- (Optional) Click the SQL subtab to view the SQL statement that defines the table.
- Step 1: Open SQL Developer and go to Tools -> Preferences.
- Step 2: Select Code Editor -> Completion Insight.
- Step 3: Ensure that you have following settings as shown in snapshot below.
- Starts with – search for names with specific prefix.
- Contains – search word occurrence in name.
- Exact match – search exactly the same name as provided.
System databases: The command to see system databases are : SELECT name, database_id, create_date FROM sys.
7.14 SHOW DATABASES Statement. SHOW DATABASES lists the databases on the MySQL server host.
- SHOW DATABASES; …
- >mysql -u root -p Enter password: ********** mysql>
Using SQL Server Management Studio Expand Databases, expand the database in which the procedure belongs, and then expand Programmability. Expand Stored Procedures, right-click the procedure and then select Script Stored Procedure as, and then select one of the following: Create To, Alter To, or Drop and Create To.
- SELECT [name], create_date, modify_date.
- FROM sys.procedures.
- ORDER BY 3 DESC;
First, run SQL Server Management Studio and connect to the Database Engine. Next, under Object Explorer, expand the database in which you have created a procedure, and then expand “Programmability” option. Next, expand “Stored Procedures”, right-click the procedure you want and then select “View Dependencies” option.
To find the column name of the table, you should execute select * from tbl_name and you will get the result in sqlite3_stmt * . and check the column iterate over the total fetched column. Please refer following code for the same. This will print all the column names of the result set.
- Using SQL Query. To see the table creation query: SELECT sql FROM sqlite_master WHERE tbl_name = ‘table_name’ AND type = ‘table’ …
- Using TablePlus. In TablePlus, you can either open the Query Editor and run the statements above, or see all columns from the GUI’s table structure view:
Open a command prompt (cmd.exe) and ‘cd’ to the folder location of the SQL_SAFI. sqlite database file. run the command ‘sqlite3’ This should open the SQLite shell and present a screen similar to that below.
Best Answer Shift-Ctrl-C will copy the column headers as well as the selected data.
Navigate to Tools – Options – Query results – SQL server – Results to Grid. On the left hand pane check “Include column headers when copying or saving the results” option and click OK.
Today’s Quick Tip: Want to just copy column headers from a query or table? Right-mouse on the column headers (not the grid itself) and select ‘Copy Selected Column Header(s). If you want to copy rows WITH column headers to the clipboard, use Ctrl+Shift+C instead of Ctrl+C.