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Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler 4 User Interface Improvements

The name probably gives it away, but just in case you weren’t aware of this, Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler is an extension of Oracle SQL Developer. They share a framework that is derived from JDeveloper. The latest framework has some new user interface widgets that were adopted directly from Netbeans. I’ve blogged a bit […]

Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler 4 and Comment Display

A new feature in Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler is the ability to display table and view comments directly in the ERD. So I can go from this: Normal Relational Diagram to Relational Diagram with Comments to Relational Diagram with Comments ONLY Now the cool part is that I don’t have to pick. I can […]

How to Model an IOT in Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler

Someone asked me how to model a table as an IOT in Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler. But before I answer that question, we shoudld spend at least a second on just what an IOT is. It’s an ‘Index Organized Table.’ The storage is organized by the index, versus say the default behavior of a […]

Querying Your Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler Designs

Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler has a multi-user repository that makes it very easy to control and version changes to your data models and designs. However, it’s stored in a Subversion (think files) repository. Many of our users are accustomed to having EVERYTHING stored in the database. And when something is in a database, then […]

Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler v3.3 is Now Available

Oracle’s free data modeling solution, Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler, has been updated with the release of version 3.3. I’ve already previewed a few of the new features here, and I’ll continue to talk more about the latest and greatest features. You can see the full list of new features and download the tool on […]