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SQL Developer 4.1: Search & Replace Enhancements

In the procedure editor, the editor that’s invoked when working with PL/SQL objects, you will notice a slightly new user interface when invoking a search or a replace. Let’s cover search first. Already searched for something, and want to do it again? Check out the history. Start searching, immediately highlight all of the ‘hits.’ Remember […]

A Quick Tip on Finding Data in Oracle SQL Developer

Looking at endless spreadsheets or grids of data can make one’s brain a bit fuzzy. SQL Developer makes it easy to spot the bad data you’re looking for. Hit Ctrl+F in a grid. Type your search term. If you’re going to be looking for this data going forward, check the ‘Persist Highlight’ box. So for […]

Search and Browse Database Objects with Oracle SQL Developer

Having trouble finding something? Maybe you’re just getting older? I know I am. But still, it’d be nice if my favorite database tool could help me out a bit. Hmmm, what’s this ‘Find Database Object‘ thing over here…sounds like a search mechanism of some sort? You can access this panel from the ‘View‘ menu. It’s […]

SQL Developer Incremental Find via Ctrl-E

Incremental find. What is that? It is one of many features in SQL Developer that I have managed to overlook. It has been right there though, staring me in the face. I’m betting that many of you have seen it without really SEEING it, just like I have been doing. Until today that is! Let’s […]

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