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    Question displaying CLS with column heading

    What is the reason behind displaying CLS with column heading.
    How can i remove this.

    SQL> select * from school;
    clsSID CID SNAME SMARKS
    ---- ---- ---------- ----------
    S001 c001 Amit 80
    S002 c001 vishal 81
    S003 c001 surabhi 91
    S004 c002 deepti 78
    S005 c003 vijay 75
    S006 c003 rahul 85

    Thanks in Advance.
    ~KD.DBA~

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    if any answer pls reply
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    Rename column?

    select clsSID SID, .... ?

    Not really sure what you mean. Please elaborate.
    Assistance is Futile...

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    Quote Originally Posted by waitecj
    Rename column?

    select clsSID SID, .... ?

    Not really sure what you mean. Please elaborate.
    Yes when ever I fire any query, it always displays cls with first column heading. like if i fire "select * from school" the result i will get is:

    clsSID sname Smarks

    column name is only SID not clsSID.

    The result(Column Headings) should be like :
    SID SNAME SMARKS
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    Can you try doing select * from dual and paste the output here..

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    anything in your login.sql?

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    Anything in your glogin.sql?
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