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SQL Developer Reports: Reference Lines in Charts

The ubiquitous HR.EMPLOYEES table – how many different ways can we look at this data? How much money people make, by department? By reading the column comments, we know that HR.EMPLOYEES.SALARY is “Monthly salary of the employee. Must be greater than zero (enforced by constraint emp_salary_min)” So let’s chart that. This charts the data we […]

30 Posts in 30 Days: The Reckoning

For the month of September 2014, I published a SQL Developer tip each day. September has 30 days, so that equated to 30 posts. Now normally, I post anywhere from 1-3 posts a week. Going from that to 7 days a week meant a few things: posts were going to be shorter – especially on […]

30 SQL Developer Posts in 30 Days, Day 23: Invalid Objects

A forum question today reminded me that I’ve never talked about dealing with your broken Oracle database objects in SQL Developer. So let’s take care of that in today’s post. Browsing Show me EVERYTHING that is broken Run the report. Optionally provide a schema to filter the report, the default is to show the entire […]

30 SQL Developer Tips in 30 Days, Day 18: NULLs

This post was almost NULL – I was deep in Power Point mode for Open World, and almost forgot to write today’s post! Also, another admission: I said back on Day 1 of this series, that I was planning on doing 5000 push-ups this month as well. Well, I gave up on that a few […]