Oracle SQL Developer Version 18.4 Sneak Peek

thatjeffsmith SQL Developer 11 Comments

So someone asked us on Twitter this morning about a new Document that opens on an Export of a query result set. How can I prevent the "Export Tool" log in SQL Developer 18.3?I get it whenever I create some DDL over the navigation [email protected] @OracleSQLDev #sqldeveloper pic.twitter.com/8zyfquqxZ6 — Tobias Arnhold (@tobias_arnhold) November 15, 2018 The short answer is, that …

Query Builder: Where Are My Joins?

thatjeffsmith SQL Developer 5 Comments

One of the improvements for version 18.3 was a much improved, performant query builder. Of course, not all things are free. Or in fact, nothing is free. So who paid for these performance gains? We disabled one of its primary features. But first, let’s take a step a back and explain the scenario. How it Was, Pre 18.3 The query …

Preventing 500 Status Codes with Oracle REST Data Services

thatjeffsmith ORDS 0 Comments

In my Oracle REST Services Demos I always show things working exactly as planned. But what happens when your user does something your program doesn’t expect? Or what happens when you code does something you don’t expect? In the web (HTTP) world, you get a 500. 10.5.1 500 Internal Server Error The server encountered an unexpected condition which prevented it …

Yes, SQL*Loader is Faster at Loading Records

thatjeffsmith SQL Developer 9 Comments

Someone asked on StackOverflow how to get loading a 1,000,000 records to be faster in SQL Developer. My answer was basically, don’t use SQL Developer to load 1,000,000 records, use SQL*Loader. Now, I also reminded folks that you can USE SQL Developer to build your SQL*Loader scenario. There’s 2 ways actually: Query existing records, export to Loader (Keep Reading this …

Data Modeler Tip: Assigning a SCHEMA to Your Objects

thatjeffsmith SQL Developer 2 Comments

Was helping someone on Stackoverflow this morning, and thought you might enjoy seeing this process as well. PROBLEM: You’ve created a schema script, you’ve generated the DDL, and you ran it on your brand-spankin’ new database. Except. Except, you ran that script as SYS, and your schema scripts didn’t have a SCHEMA defined. So you’ve corrupted your SYS schema!!! How …