The solution is to, in Oracle SQL Developer, go to: Tools > Preferences.
Then in the Preferences dialog, select Database and drill down to NLS.
In the NLS parameters you'll be able to set the Date Format to:
I have found that on some systems, you may need to use a setting like:
I was just working with an old repository where I had inadvertently committed a large file ~300MB. I subsequently removed it, but not in a way that took it out of history. I discovered it when I went to push to GitHub and it complained. These are the steps I used to get rid of the file:
- git filter-branch --prune-empty -f --index-filter 'git rm -rf --cached --ignore-unmatch source/spikes/mo_offender_fak930.txt'
-tag-name-filter cat -- --all
- git update-ref -d refs/original/refs/heads/master
- git reflog expire --expire=now –all
- git gc --prune=now
Here are some pages I found useful to figure this all out:
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