Tag: DBA

3 Oracle SQL Developer Features Every DBA Should Know About

I just came from a DBA-dominated conference – Hotsos Symposium in Dallas, if you must know – and I came away with the impression that many a DBA out there is missing out on some key features and productivity-hacks in our dear ole IDE. I could give you 10 things, but I know DBAs are […]

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Click vs Type…Again.

This might sound preachy, but it’s mostly not intentional, mostly. You might really enjoy the flexibility of the PL/SQL APIs the database provides for things like Resource management, the Scheduler, Data Pump. You might even have memorized the PL/SQL function/proc names and arguments required to create a job, or change up a resource. But do […]

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SQL Developer and RAC

Yeah, we support RAC. Note, we did fix quite a few RAC related bugs in the 4.1.1 update. These screenshots were taken with version 4.1.2. When you want to look at historical data in ASH or AWR, you’ll have to specify the Instance number to pull the report from. And the report… Or if you […]

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A Quick Hit on Database Auditing Support

View – DBA – Security – Auditing A user asked how to use SQL Developer to audit user XYZ. And to be honest, it’s not really set up to work that way. You define operations or objects you want audited. Any user that does XYZ to object ABC will get logged. There’s an exception to […]

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Videos: Oracle Open World 2014 SQL Developer Talks

For this year’s Open World, SQL Developer got lots and lots of love from the conference organizers and keynote speakers. I think SQL Devleoper was mentioned, demoed, or both in at least 3 of the executive keynotes. We had many successful, and FULL, hands on labs – led by the lovely Ashley Chen. And our […]

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Oracle SQL Developer for the DBA

Wait, I thought SQL Developer was for developers? Yes, but it also provides a ton of features and value for the DBA. So if you’re already in SQL Developer to browse a table or run a query, you can fire up the DBA features under the View menu (and maybe save yourself an alt-tab to […]

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Oracle SQL Developer and Database Auditing

Did you know Oracle SQL Developer allows you to configure Database Auditing and view your audit trails? Well, now you do! This is not new for version 4.0, but the screenshots in this post are from version 4.0. This feature is available under the DBA panel, which can be found on the View menu. I […]

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SQL Developer 4 and the Oracle Diagnostics Pack

Oracle Database Enterprise Edition customers have the option of extending their functionality set via various optional ‘packs.’ One of the most popular packs is the Oracle Diagnostics Pack. Funny, most people call it the ‘Diagnostic’ Pack, but it’s technically known as the Diagnostics Pack. Anyways, the pack includes a LOT of features. You can see […]

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