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Reporting Quick Tip: Dial Gauges

Everyone likes pictures. I would never create a report that didn’t have at least one chart in it. You just can’t risk busy people glancing at your reports and not coming away with the key information you’re trying to impart. We have lots of chart types in SQL Developer – 50+ in version 4.0. But […]

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Reporting Enhancements for Oracle SQL Developer v4

This feature is going to be hard to cover in a single post, but I’m going to try anyway. The Reports interface received performance improvements, a few tweaks to make them easier to build, a slew of new charting options, and more visual control to tweak. Oh, it’s also available via the command-line interface. Let’s […]

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How To Build A Report with Multiple Children

I was asked recently if SQL Developer supported multiple children reports. The answer is ‘yes’, and here is a post showing how to achieve this. First I need to clarify the answer a bit. Reports have a ‘master’ record set. These records can be used to ‘look up’ related records in a ‘detail’ set. This […]

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Sweet Child Report O’ Mine

Updated: April 13, 2015 Reports are great ways to access data on demand without having to write and run the code over and over. Sometimes you want to take the results of a query and feed it to another query as an input or parameter. Wouldn’t it be great if you could fire off a […]

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Simple Bar Chart Reports with SQL Developer

There are many good articles out there that go into detail for creating reports with Oracle SQL Developer. I was reading my predecessor’s write up in Oracle Magazine (May 2007) on the subject, and keyed into the following snippet: Building a Chart When creating a report with the Chart style, the rule of thumb is […]

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