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SQL Developer 4.2 Oracle Execution Plans – More Columns Available

Someone on the Forums (yes, we read and respond!) noticed they couldn’t add Bytes or Time to their plan displays in Oracle SQL Developer. So we just made all of the columns available now, even if a few them might not make sense, i.e. TEMP_SPACE, OTHER. Preferences – Database – Autotrace/Explain Plan New things highlighted/boxed… […]

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SQL Developer version 4.2 Early Adopter 2 Now Available

Tons of bugs fixes based on your feedback, especially with the formatter. A few more changes with the formatter: we added more preferences for more flexibility we let you submit code to ‘shape’ the formatting preferences automatically we exposed the brains of the formatter so you can do pretty much whatever you want An example […]

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Demo: AutoTrace – Generate Hints and Compare Different Execution Plans & Stats

For some reason I procrastinated setting up my video software on my new work machine. Big mistake. I put together this animated GIF to show some new things in version 4.2: Updated formatter – better support for ANSI joins Opening objects referenced in your execution plans Inserting Hints Not new but underutilized: how to compare […]

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Formatter Improvements in v4.2

The old formatter, the code that’s used to format your code from v1 to version 4.1 was based on some pattern matching code and expressions. It was very limited, and didn’t like a lot of syntax and coding styles common in Oracle code. It also wasn’t very flexible. So we built a new engine. One […]

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4.2 Tweak, Working with Views

Someone said we should make the view source searchable, and that we should show any errors on a view. Actually, it might have been a few dozen of you. A reader reminded me that we actually implemented this in v4.2. Code Outline I’ll go into more depth here next week when I’m back from Open […]

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New Feature: Drag and Drop Object To Copy Them to Another Oracle Database

In both v4.1.5 and v4.2, you can now select objects from your database tree, and drag them to another connection to have them copied. The source can be: a MySQL, DB2, SQL Server, Sybase, Terradata, or other 3rd party supported RDBMS an Oracle Database The destination can be: an on-premise Oracle Databaes an Oracle Database […]

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SQL Developer Release Party: Download all the Things

Oracle SQL Developer Command Line (SQLcl) is now officially available. (Download) Thanks to the many of you who provided feedback and helped us make this ready. We plan on very regular updates, every 60-90 days, so the fun hasn’t stopped. Oracle SQL Developer v4.1.5 is now officially available. You can now drag and drop objects […]

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