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Adding Columns to a Table in SQL Developer Data Modeler: Honor Column Order?

I have an employees table. Because it’s 1984, HR has decided we need to know Twitter handles, Facebook pages, and who knows what else. So let’s add it to our table. The dialog by default puts new columns at the bottom of the table. We’ll see why in just a moment. On a side note, […]

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30 SQL Developer Tips in 30 Days, Day 10: Compare Stuff Side By Side

We try to make comparing things easy to do. When you’re troubleshooting, you frequently need to know why A isn’t quite like B. So let’s look at a few scenarios. Execution Plans or Autotrace Runs Run a plan or autotrace. Pin it. Run another. Right-click on one, and compare with the other. Voila. Looking at […]

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How to Synch your Oracle SQL Developer Data Model to a Different Database

First a couple of quick notes: You can synchronize your model or your database and generate an ALTER script When you import one or more objects from a data dictionary to your model, it ties that model to that particular database So the challenge presnted is: who do I compare my model against a different […]

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Synching your Oracle SQL Developer Data Model with the Database

So you’ve been working on your data model, and you’re wondering how far ‘out of whack’ it is with the production or development database instance. Sometimes folks manage to compile changes into the database, bypassing your design process and rules. If you’re wondering how to compare 2 models instead of your model with the database, […]

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SQL Developer Database Diff – Compare Objects From Multiple Schemas

Ever wonder why Database Diff isn’t called Schema Diff? One reason is because SQL Developer actually allows you to select objects from more than one schema in the ‘Source’ connection for compares. Now, before you get around to testing this – as you should never believe what I say, trust but verify – two things […]

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Database Diff Enhancements in Oracle SQL Developer v3.2

In the current issue of Oracle Magazine, I have an article that discusses how to copy and compare Oracle objects using Oracle SQL Developer. ‘Make the Easy Move‘ was written using Oracle SQL Developer v3.1. As you know, version 3.2 was released several weeks ago, and one of the significant changes included was an update […]

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SQL Developer Quick Tip – Pin Query Result Sets and Plans

It’s very rare that a query is developed in a single take. You start with a framework, and then trim down to the essential elements. Then you start working about sort orders, performance, and formatting. As you develop your SQL, you may want to keep several iterations of the data and their plans available. SQL […]

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INTRODUCING TOAD FOR SQL SERVER PT III

Up to this point, I have demonstrated my mastery of the Roman Numeral System, Toad’s IntelliSense and Group Execute technology, and Toad’s SQL Optimization technology. In this post I’ll finish the conversation with an overview of Toad’s Compare and Synch feature set. For your reading enjoyment and my time constraints and sanity, I will show […]

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