While all SQL Developer versions will export their own version of the SQL Trace file, SQL*Plus creates a.trc file. This file will only contain the SQL Agent generated SQL Trace information for a given database. It will not contain any information about the parameters passed to the script, nor the actual parameters that were passed to the script.
The SQL trace file can be copied to another Oracle Database or to a text file (using the "Export SQL script" function). We can also execute this file using the SQL*Plus interface for the same result. This feature is useful for scripts that contain state information that should be persisted to a file, allowing for later retrieval.
The pltcl function will use the active session to connect. If the active session does not have permission to connect with that password, the connection must be rejected. The pltcl function will automatically set a local_session attribute to indicate that the connection came from a successful session authentication.
PL/SQL Developer has the ability to save persistence levels to and restore persistence levels from file. Therefore, developers can easily navigate through development environments and save settings. The resulting file contains all user-defined parameters in the same order as they are stored. d2c66b5586