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Oracle SQL Developer: Code on Demand

I’ve recently spent a few hours debugging some user defined reports. A post on how to add trace/disconnect context menus to a session report required that I figure out what session my worksheet was running under. The code was easy… SELECT SYS_CONTEXT (’USERENV’, ‘SID’) FROM DUAL; …but I’m lazy. So this: The Setup Open your […]

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Non-English Character Display in Oracle SQL Developer

I get a variation on this question at least once a week, if not more frequently. I’m from Israel, and the language on the databases is Hebrew. When I use the old and deprecated SQL*Plus (windows rich client) I can see the hebrew clearly, when I use the latest SQL Developer, I get gibberish. This […]

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SQL Developer Quick Tip: Running Scripts off the Web

Did you know you can run SQL*Plus type scripts directly from the web? Now, I’m going to assume the following: You know, trust, and have tested these scripts You don’t assume that everything on the Internet is true That Tim doesn’t think I’m trying to suck up to him, much So, in a SQL Worksheet, […]

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Oracle SQL Developer Code Insight Syntax Examples

There really are times your tool is smarter than you are. Thank you #SQLDev Code Insight for listing syntax examples. @thatjeffsmith — Amy Caldwell (@amyccaldwell) August 7, 2014 In fairness to Amy, I don’t think SQL Developer is ‘smarter.’ I think it just has faster access to the Oracle Docs than she does. And SQL […]

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SQL Developer at Oracle Open World 2014

Oracle Open World is just around the corner. Every year, tens of thousands of Oracle geeks gather in San Francisco for a week for learning, networking, and more than a little bit of fun and socializing. If you’re going to be there, here’s what you need to know about your favorite development tools team Fun […]

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3 More Oracle SQL Developer Bloggers

I’m on vacation this week – so in order to keep you folks entertained, I thought I would spotlight a few of our developers who also blog. Kris Rice Kris is one of the two original developers of SQL Developer. He’s also my boss, but don’t blame him for me. Lately, he’s been into all […]

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My Favorite SQL Developer Data Modeler Features

I’m doing a talk on this very subject next week at ODTUG’s KScope14 conference, and I’ll put up the slides on Slideshare after the show, but I wanted to give a quick shout-out to the things you COULD Be using today to get the most out of your models and design experience. Search SubViews Reports […]

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Managing Scripts in Oracle SQL Developer

You backup your databases, right? You backup you home computer – your media collection, tax documents, bank accounts, etc, right? You backup your handy-dandy SQL scripts, right? Ok, now that I’ve got your head nodding, I want to answer a question I get every so often: How can I manage my scripts in SQL Developer? […]

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Oracle SQL Developer: Single Object Compare

There’s a nasty rumor going around that you can’t compare database objects and/or code in Oracle SQL Developer. So let’s put that to bed right now. First, here’s how to compare: PL/SQL to PL/SQL or a SQL statement to another SQL statement So now that that’s settled, why don’t we take a look at how […]

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