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Are Invisible Columns Really Invisible?

Today’s question: How are invisible columns treated with DESC, INFO and the GUI equivalent? Super quick, an INVISIBLE column is one that the user doesn’t see. They won’t be able to access it unless they know about it. Security by obscurity? No. Tom Kyte shows a few examples of the features usefulness, especially when adding […]

SQLcl Commands: Info & Info+ – The New DESC?

We put out a HUGE update for our new SQL*Plus-style command line interface for Oracle Database. Forget how to install it, or how to connect: see the movie! Things that people really like to do in SQL Developer is pull up the object browsers to quickly see the things that a simple DESC doesn’t show. […]

‘Modeling’ View Dependencies in SQL Developer Data Modeler

Today’s question: Please let me know how can I represent relation between view and base table in ER diagram created using sql datamodeler version4. So I know what the person is getting at here. They want to see the dependencies. Generally speaking, there are no actual relations between views and tables. Exception: you CAN define […]

Oracle SQL Developer and the Oracle Database Schema Service

The Cloud! You may have heard a few things about Cloud services and Oracle over the past few years. What I’m going to talk about today is our Database Schema Service offering. It’s what it sounds like, pretty much. On a kick-butt Exadata box, you get your own schema in a database that we take […]

Oracle SQL Developer Meets SQL*Plus?

If you weren’t paying attention over the Christmas/Winter break, it’s very possible that you haven’t heard about our new project. You can find it on the SQL Developer version 4.1 Early Adopter download page.. If you’re not into reading so much, we have 7 or 8 blogs on the subject out there, you can just […]

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 […]

Your Favorite Posts from 2014

We’ve had another great year. Multiple product updates, 127 posts, and LOTS of questions asked and answered. Since it’s that time of year, here’s your, ‘lazy writer, popular posts’ update Based on overall site traffic in 2014, your favorite posts from this year are: 10. Introducing the Oracle Database 12c VirtualBox OTN Image One of […]

SQL Developer and a 12c Magic Trick

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 […]

SQL Developer 4.1: Easier Excel Imports

The most read post on this site? ‘How to Import from Excel to Oracle with SQL Developer‘ – and it has been since I published it almost 3 years ago. People really like Excel. Or I should put it this way – Excel is the way information is shared in an organization. It makes no […]

SQL Developer 4.1 – Log All the Queries!

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 […]

Java 8 on a Mac with SQL Developer 4.1

I ran into a few dramas getting SQL Developer 4.1 on my MacBook Air going earlier today. It boiled down to convincing SQL Developer to find and use the proper JDK on OS X Yosemite. So just in case it’s not me out there, here’s what I had to do. Unless you already have Java […]

SQL Developer 4.1 – Instance Viewer

The SQL Developer team has been steadily adding features tailored to the DBA since the version 3.0 release. This steady march continues with version 4.1, which was released as an Early Adopter yesterday. Some updates…Jan 31, 2015 The DBA feature I want to talk about today is the Instance Viewer. Well, technically the window is […]

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