Do you need to export your query output to Excel in Oracle SQL Developer?
If so, I’ll show you the steps to accomplish this goal.
Steps to export query output to Excel in Oracle SQL Developer
Step 1: Run your query
To start, you’ll need to run your query in SQL Developer. For example, I ran a simple query to generate the following output in SQL Developer:
Step 2: Open the Export Wizard
Once you’re done running the query in SQL Developer, you’ll see the query output at the bottom of your screen.
Right-click on any cell on the query results, and then select the ‘Export…’ option from the drop down menu:
You’ll now see the Export Wizard:
Step 3: Select the Excel format and the location to export your file
Now you’ll need to:
(1) Select the Excel format from the drop-down list. You can choose the xlsx format for recent versions of Excel (2003+), or the xls format for previous versions of Excel (95-2003). For our example, I chose the xlsx format
(2) Click on the ‘Browse…’ button to select the location where the Excel file will be saved
(3) Press the ‘Next >’ button once you are done
Step 4: Export the query output to Excel
For the final step, click on the ‘Finish’ button to export the query output to Excel in SQL Developer:
We just saw how to export your query output to Excel in Oracle SQL Developer. You can choose to export your query results to either the xlsx format for newer versions of Excel, or the xls format for previous versions of Excel.
If you need to export your query output to a CSV file, you may then check the following source that explains the steps to export your query results to CSV in SQL Developer. Alternatively, you may apply the spool method to accomplish the same goal.