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SQL Developer Data Modeler v3.3 Early Adopter: Link Model Objects Across Designs

The third post in our “What’s New in SQL Developer Data Modeler v3.3” series, SQL Developer Data Modeler now allows you to link objects across models. If you need to catch up on the earlier posts, here are the first two: New and Improved Search Collaborative Design via Excel Today’s post is a very simple […]

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SQL Developer Data Modeler v3.3 Early Adopter: Collaborative Design via Excel?

As you may have heard last week, we have a new version of Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler now available as an Early Adopter release. Version 3.3 has quite a few new features and I’ll be previewing them here. Today’s topic is our new Excel integration. It builds off of last week’s lesson: Search, so […]

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SQL Developer Data Modeler v3.3 Early Adopter: Search

The next version of Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler is now available as an Early Adopter (read, beta) release. There are many new major feature enhancements to talk about, but today’s focus will be on the brand new Search mechanism. Data, data, data – SO MUCH data Google has made countless billions of dollars around […]

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Importing Multiple Schemas to a Model in Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler

The schemas are automatically used to create default SubViews

Your physical data model might stretch across multiple Oracle schemas. Or maybe you just want a single diagram containing tables, views, etc. spanning more than a single user in the database. The process for importing a data dictionary is the same, regardless if you want to suck in objects from one schema, or many schemas. […]

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Entity Relationship Diagrams (ERD)

I have a nasty habit of not thinking. I take something for granted or assume something for so long, that it corrupts my original learning or understanding of a concept. And then when someone calls me out, my first reaction is to defend my ‘shortcut’ thinking instead of re-evaluating my set of assumptions. So I’ve […]

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Managing Different Physical Implementations of your Relational Data Model

Near the end of a product demonstration with a customer yesterday, someone asked how they could build physical models for each of their different environments using Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler (SQLDev.) Imagine having a application and database setup ‘out of the box’ that adequately described your meta data. But, you might have one implementation […]

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Visualize Your DDL Scripts

Data models sure are handy. They tell a story – how does the information get stored as data? Just what is a ‘customer?’ Sometimes though our applications die and only leave legacy scripts behind. Or maybe you are a DBA and someone has given you a set of scripts to create some new objects in […]

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SQL Developer Data Modeler Quick Tip: Use Oracle JOIN Syntax or ANSI

New for version 3.1, currently available as a EA download, when defining the queries used to populate views, the modeler can generate JOINs using either Oracle’s or the standard ANSI compliant syntax. Let’s step back a second. When working with a VIEW defined in a relational model, the modeler has twp choices for defining the […]

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SQL Developer Data Modeler Quick Tip: Hide and Resize

Ever seen a table with so many columns you wonder if the designer had fallen out of the de-normalization tree and had hit every branch on the way down? Oracle currently allows a max of 1,000 columns per table. Please do not test this limit. Maybe you do need that many columns, but I doubt […]

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