Console - DISPLAYS RECORD

Displays details on the given record from the last returned result-set.

Syntax

DISPLAY RECORD <record-number>
  • <record-number> Defines the relative position of the record in the last result-set.

Example

  • Query the database on the class Person to generate a result-set:

    orientdb> SELECT FROM Person
    
    ---+-----+--------+----------+-----------+-----------+------
     # | RID | PARENT | CHILDREN | NAME      | SURNAME   | City
    ---+-----+--------+----------+-----------+-----------+------
     0 | 5:0 | null   | null     | Giuseppe  | Garibaldi | -6:0
     1 | 5:1 | 5:0    | null     | Napoleon  | Bonaparte | -6:0
     2 | 5:2 | 5:3    | null     | Nicholas  | Churchill | -6:1
     3 | 5:3 | 5:2    | null     | Winston   | Churchill | -6:1
     4 | 5:4 | null   | [2]      | Barack    | Obama     | -6:2
     5 | 5:5 | 5:4    | null     | Malia Ann | Obama     | null
     6 | 5:6 | 5:4    | null     | Natasha   | Obama     | null
    ---+-----+--------+----------+-----------+-----------+------
    7 item(s) found. Query executed in 0.038 sec(s).
    
  • With the result-set ready, display record number four in the result-set, (for Malia Ann Obama):

    orientdb> DISPLAY RECORD 5
    
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Class: Person   id: 5:5   v.0
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
      parent : [email protected]:4{parent:null,children:[[email protected]:5, [email protected]:6],
               name:Barack,surname:Obama,city:[email protected]:2}
     children : null
         name : Malia Ann
      surname : Obama
          city : null
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    

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