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One of the primary uses of Interactive SQL is to browse table data. Interactive SQL retrieves information by sending a request to your database server. The database server, in turn, looks up the information, and returns it to Interactive SQL.
After you execute a SELECT statement, the result set appears on the Results tab in the Results pane. By default, row numbers appear to the left of the result set.
The database server creates schema locks on tables that you view in Interactive SQL, even if you do not modify the table.
However, you can configure Interactive SQL to attempt to release the database schema locks it creates when it displays your result set. To do so, in Interactive SQL, choose Tools » Options » SQL Anywhere, and select Automatically Release Database Locks.
When this option is selected, after you execute a statement that returns a result set, Interactive SQL checks if your connection has any uncommitted changes in the database. If none exist, then Interactive SQL releases your schema locks; otherwise, Interactive SQL does not release your schema locks. That is, Interactive SQL does not release your schema locks if you have any uncommitted changes to the database.
Type your query in the SQL Statements pane.
Press F5, or choose SQL » Execute to execute the statement.
Type your queries in the SQL Statements pane and select the query.
Press F9, or choose SQL » Execute Selection to execute the statement.
To execute SQL statements individually, for example when debugging, you can use Single Step from the SQL menu. Single Step executes a specified statement and then selects the next statement to be executed. To execute the next statement, run Single Step again.
Type your queries in the SQL Statements pane.
Place your cursor in the statement that you want to execute.
From the SQL menu, choose Single Step or press Shift+F9 to execute the specified statement.
When the SQL statement executes, the next SQL statement is selected.
To execute the selected SQL statement, press Shift+F9.
Repeat the previous step until there are no more selected statements to execute.
Indenting SQL statements
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