2 Reports You Might Enjoy in Oracle SQL Developer

thatjeffsmith SQL Developer 5 Comments

I keep telling people our reporting functionality is probably the most powerful AND overlooked feature in SQL Developer. Today I’m going to share 2 reports that I frequently forget about, that you may enjoy. Finding Unindexed Foreign Keys We all know this should not happen. We all know it eventually happens. Here’s a report to help you quickly find these …

What the SQL? (History)

thatjeffsmith SQL Developer 6 Comments

Oracle SQL Developer has 2 client-side logging mechanisms for capturing SQL that is executed: SQL History Statements SQL History This is the SQL that you have executed in a SQL Worksheet. It’s also any scripts you have executed in a SQL Worksheet. Ran something the other day and forgot to save it to your script? No worries, pull it up …

SQL Developer and a 12c Magic Trick

thatjeffsmith SQL Developer 3 Comments

When you start working with 12c, if you want to freak out (sorry, GRAB the attention of) your co-workers or folks attending your presentation, try this: Open a worksheet Write a simple query against a view, or a data dictionary view Mouse over the SELECT and wait… Should just take a second or so… So we’re now seeing the SQL …

SQL Developer 4.1 – Log All the Queries!

thatjeffsmith SQL Developer 25 Comments

Oracle SQL Developer is a graphical user interface and integrated development environment for Oracle Database. As you can imagine, a few clicks can results in an awful lot of queries being executed on your behalf. If you don’t like this fact, you can always use a command-line interface like SQL*Plus or the new sdsql. The only thing that runs there …

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

thatjeffsmith SQL Developer 2 Comments

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 Objects, Side By Side So …