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    The Power of Constraints and Indexes for Spatial Constraints: stopping duplicate points
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Writing Excel Spreadsheets files from within the Oracle database using Java and PL/SQL

Monday October 17 2011 at 06:21

My EXPORTER package + Java code has functions called WriteExcelSpreadsheet that can be used to create and export any SQL SELECT statement to disk as an Excel Spreadsheet using Oracle database’s DBMS_JOB or DBMS_SCHEDULER.

Because Excel Spreadsheets have limited number of rows (65535) and columns (255) per sheet (the maximum size of data in a cell is 32767 characters), control of what I call the overflow of a result-set’s contents across Sheets can be controlled by the _stratification parameters:

If number of rows in result-set is greater than 65535 and _stratification is N (NONE) or V (VERTICAL) then the result-set processing will only output 65535 rows in the first sheet. No more sheets will be created and no more data output.

If _stratification is H (HORIZONTAL) a new sheet is created for the next 65535 rows etc.

If the result-set contains greater than 255 columns and _stratification is set to V (VERTICAL) then the first 255 columns will be in the first sheet, the next 255 in the second sheet etc up to the maximum number of rows that can be output in a SELECT statement.

If greater than 255 columns exist and _stratification is H or N then only the first 255 columns will be output in the first sheet: if greater than 65535 rows also exists then overflow is controlled by _stratification = H or N.

You will note that when exporting a SQL SELECT statement with an SDO_GEOMETRY object that you can specify the export text format for all the SDO_GEOMETRY objects in the result set. This format can be Well Known Text (WKT) or Geography Markup Language (GML) version 2 (version 3 can only be made available for Oracle databases supporting JVM 1.5 or above).

Finally, a number of default date and time formats are made available for the formatting of date, datetime (concatenation of parameters p_dateFormat and p_timeFormat) and time:

  1.   /* 2. Date/Time formats
  2.   */  
  3.   c_DATEFORMAT                CONSTANT varchar2(20) := 'yyyyMMdd';
  4.   c_DATEFORMAT1               CONSTANT varchar2(20) := 'M/d/yy';
  5.   c_DATEFORMAT2               CONSTANT varchar2(20) := 'd-MMM-yy';
  6.   c_DATEFORMAT3               CONSTANT varchar2(20) := 'd-MMM';
  7.   c_DATEFORMAT4               CONSTANT varchar2(20) := 'MMM-yy';
  8.   c_TIMEFORMAT                CONSTANT varchar2(20) := 'h:mm a';
  9.   c_TIMEFORMAT1               CONSTANT varchar2(20) := 'h:mm:ss a';
  10.   c_TIMEFORMAT2               CONSTANT varchar2(20) := 'H:mm';
  11.   c_TIMEFORMAT3               CONSTANT varchar2(20) := 'H:mm:ss';
  12.   c_TIMEFORMAT4               CONSTANT varchar2(20) := 'mm:ss';
  13.   c_TIMEFORMAT5               CONSTANT varchar2(20) := 'H:mm:ss';
  14.   c_TIMEFORMAT6               CONSTANT varchar2(20) := 'H:mm:ss';
You are not limited to these default values. Here is an example of an export.
  1. Prompt Exporting Excel Spreadsheet
  2. BEGIN
  3.   codesys.exporter.writeExcelSpreadsheet(
  4.      p_sql             => 'SELECT ID,LONGITUDE,LATITUDE,SPECIES,STATION_NUMBER as STATION,LENGTH,WEIGHT,SEX,MATURITY,WATER_CHECK as H2O,OBSERVATION_DATE as obsn_date,GEOM FROM GUTDATA',
  5.      p_outputDirectory => 'C:\temp\',
  6.     p_fileName        => 'gutdata',
  7.     p_sheetName       => 'GutData',
  8.     p_stratification  => 'N',
  9.     p_geomFormat      => codesys.EXPORTER.c_WKT_FORMAT,
  10.     p_DateFormat      => codesys.EXPORTER.c_DATEFORMAT,
  11.     p_TimeFormat      => codesys.EXPORTER.c_TIMEFORMAT,
  12.     p_precision       => 7);
  13. End;
  14. /

With the export file looking like….

I hope this helps someone.

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Comment [14]

how can i load data from oracle database to excel file using pl/sql .

Can you suggest me about it.

Thank you very much in advance.

— ankit moradiya · 19 October 2012, 06:44 · #

Ankit,

Only by installing my EXPORTER package and then running PL/SQL like that which I showed in this blog article.

The only other way you can export to a spreadsheet is to use UTL_FILE and export to a CSV file. See http://www.oracle-base.com/articles/9i/generating-csv-files.php for an example.

regards
Simon

— Simon Greener · 19 October 2012, 07:51 · #

He Mr.Simon,

From where I can find my exporter package. Should i have todownload this package from the internet? Can you suggest me about it because i am new in java development.

— ankit moradiya · 19 October 2012, 09:30 · #

My problem is:

I have around 1oo different tables having 150 to 200 different fields from oracle database.
I want to export into excel file using sql command.
I am using oracle SQL developer and JSP for web development.
So can you help because I am facing big problem for export.

Thank you very much in advance

— ankit moradiya · 19 October 2012, 09:54 · #

Ankit,

The EXPORTER package is available from my website. I have updated the article to include a hyperlink that takes you to my download page. Fill in your email address and reason and it will take you to the actual links.

regards
Simon

— Simon Greener · 19 October 2012, 23:07 · #

Getting this package will be very helpful to me. Thank you.

— Kazeem Tewogbade · 2 December 2012, 09:57 · #

For genereate the Excel

— viru · 12 July 2013, 13:03 · #

To create Excel (xlsx) file using PL/SQL you can use Ora_Excel package. That package has more than 50 features to format exported Excel like font family and size, underline, bold, italic, borders, sizes, sheets, formulas and many other features,

More details and examples you can find on http://www.oraexcel.com

— OraExcel · 24 July 2013, 17:54 · #

I havenot find any link to exported packgage after filling email n reason. Can you please let me know from where we can download

— Manish · 12 August 2013, 06:01 · #

It is in the EXPORTER code and package. Therefore you use this link:

Spatial Companion 4 Oracle (includes EXPORTER)

http://www.spatialdbadvisor.com/file_download/58/SC4O.zip

regards
Simon

— Simon Greener · 12 August 2013, 09:00 · #

After downloading that package where should it be kept..!!
Can you suggest

— Ritesh · 27 June 2014, 18:59 · #

For an internal project

— Guruprasad S · 10 February 2017, 19:50 · #

Hi,

I need to import data into multiple sheets in excel file.
The query will filter the data and load into the tabs.

I am in very much need of the export package.
Thanks a lot in advance

— Ankit Vedwal · 30 March 2017, 15:57 · #

help

— Ankit Vedwal · 1 April 2017, 21:32 · #