The default SQL query is SELECT * FROM.
You can use the WHERE clause with SELECT queries.
You cannot run a SELECT query with aggregate functions such as COUNT, MIN, MAX.
You cannot run a SELECT query with a GROUP BY clause.
You cannot run a SELECT query with Joins.
If a table or column name contains spaces or special characters, you must enter the name in double quotes (") when you use it in a query.
To run a query that uses the WHERE clause with the date data type, you must enter TO_DATE in the SELECT statement.
SELECT * from INVOICES where INVOICE_DATE=TO_DATE('01/06/2003 00:00:00','mm/dd/yyyy hh24:mi:ss')
You cannot run an SQL query with a table alias.
You cannot run an SQL query that contains the table name with the owner name.
You cannot insert numeric data with data values outside the range of -9223372036854775807 to 9223372036854775807.
You cannot use a comma (",") in a tag as the comma is a tag delimiter. Use commas to separate tags.
You cannot view or edit data in tables that contain the special character "." in the table name or column name.
You cannot view and edit data from an Oracle database that is of BLOB and RAW data type.
You cannot view or edit data from any database data type that is mapped to Oracle BLOB and RAW data types.