The Results tab of the Options dialog in Interactive SQL has the following components:
Display null values as Specify how you want nulls to appear in table columns. You can use any string for this value. The default value is (NULL). If this field is blank, null values appear as an empty string.
See nulls option [Interactive SQL].
Maximum number of rows to display Specify the maximum number of rows that appear in the Results pane. The default is 500.
See isql_maximum_displayed_rows option [Interactive SQL].
Truncation length Specify the number of characters that are displayed in each column in the Results pane. If you enter a value of 0, the columns are not truncated. The default is 256.
See truncation_length option [Interactive SQL].
Show multiple result sets Select this option if you want Interactive SQL to display multiple result sets in the Results pane when you execute a procedure that returns multiple SELECT statements. When running in windowed mode, each result set appears on a separate tab in the Results pane. The setting of this option also applies to Interactive SQL when running in command prompt mode. By default, Interactive SQL does not display multiple result sets.
Show row number Select this option if you want row numbers to appear beside your results in the Results pane. This option is on by default.
Automatically refetch results Select this option if you want Interactive SQL to automatically regenerate the result set after you execute an INSERT, UPDATE, or DELETE statement. By default, Interactive SQL refetches result sets.
See auto_refetch option [Interactive SQL].
Console Mode The following options let you specify which result set(s) are printed when a .sql file is run. This option has no effect when running in windowed mode.
The last one Prints the result set from the last statement.
None Does not print any result sets.
All of them Prints result sets for each statement that returns a result set. You must select Show Multiple Result Sets to enable this option.
Font Select one of the following options to specify the font that is used for table data in the Interactive SQL Results pane.
System font Select this option to use the computer's normal text font. This is the default setting.
Editor font Select this option to use the same font as the Code Editor.For more information about the SQL Statement Pane, see Format tab.
Custom font Select this option to specify the font, font style, and point size you want to use. Click Browse to select the desired settings in the Font dialog.