oravim.txt : SQL*Plus without SQL*Plus
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|This script allows you to have a SQLWorksheet-type interface to Oracle. Similar to Jeremy Collins' script (vimtip #33), and actually the idea was based on his. It, too, requires that TCL is built in to Vim, and also has a few other requirements: links and a version of SQL*Plus that supports HTML output.
The usage is quite a bit different, though.
Start by simply editing a file in vim, and move your cursor to a SQL statement. You can visually select it or not, it doesn't matter as long as there is a blank line before and after. Then, based on these keybindings, hit <C-k> and your statement will be executed, formatted, and popped up in a split window below. To run another statement, move to another one and hit <C-k> again. It will replace the bottom window with the new results.
More detail (and latest versions) at http://oravim.dashf.com/
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