View jobs with SQL Developer and export to file with delimiter

is there a way to view, create and alter my database jobs with SQL developer?
And is it possible to export tables, views or simple queries to file delimited different from the CSV standard?

Hi and Welcome to the Forum!!
To select data from a table or a view you must use the SELECT sql command. Example to get the data from your view you can
select ZMATNUM,ZMATCUR,ZMATATTR from ZMATERIALAs you have said you are using SQL Developer just execute the above query in your sql developer and it will show the data. Right click the grid and export the data to excel file.

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