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Oracle SQL Developer’s Best Kept Secret: Reports

The feature that everyone knows about yet does not use? That would be the reports. I say that everyone knows about them because we throw them in your face..at least in terms of the user interface. It’s feature prominently next to where you see your database connections and objects. Yet, when I ask a room […]

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SQL Developer Video Tutorial: Split Those Grids

I’ve talked about how to make your really long sections of code easier to navigate by splitting your editors, but did you know we can make it easier to browse your tables and views too? No? Watch the movie then, you have 2 minutes to spare, yes? And seriously, don’t do the April Fool’s prank […]

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Adding and Removing Objects from a SQL Developer Data Modeler SubView

SubViews are a sub-collection of model objects. They are very useful for breaking up very large designs into smaller, easier to digest pieces. If you need to brush up on the topic a bit, try these posts. I recently received a note from a user, we’ll call him ‘Galo’ – who was having problems figuring […]

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SQL Developer 4.0 Patch Release Now Available

We actually have THREE patches for you: Oracle SQL Developer 4.0.1 Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler Oracle REST Data Services, formerly Oracle APEX Listener, 2.0.6 Bug Fixes, Mostly SQL Developer had a few dozen or so bugs that have been addressed. A few major fixes of note include the new ASH/AWR stuff not working when […]

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How to Start the PL/SQL Debugger

Starting the debugger CAN be as simple as hitting this button in Oracle SQL Developer: But But, you need to make sure of the following: You have compiled for debug You have the privs You have a breakpoint set OR you have set the debugger preferences to start with a ‘Step Over’ On Database 12c, […]

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How I Setup SQL Developer to Look and Run

I do a lot of live presentations and demonstrations. I’m frequently asked, ‘why does your SQL Developer look that way?’ or ‘How can I make SQL Developer work that way?’ It’s all about the preferences (or options.) So here’s what you can do if you want to be like me. By the way, I can’t […]

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Auto-Replace in Oracle SQL Developer?

I get this question every few months, and I got it again last week in Denver – How can we setup auto-replace in SQL Developer? If I accidentally type ‘form’ I want it to come out as ‘from’ for example. I’m not a huge fan of the IDE ‘automatically’ doing things with my editor text. […]

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Introducing the OTN Developer Day Database 12c VirtualBox Image

If you’re looking for an already configured Oracle Database 12c environment with a database already setup and all the software you need to learn database programming, design, and administration concepts, then look no further: This Stuff is all FREE The virtualization software is VirtualBox – that’s free. And it runs on any OS, including Windows, […]

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Defining Storage Properties for Primary and Unique Columns in SQL Developer Data Modeler

Going through our enhancement requests in The Exchange this week, I was struck by how many folks were asking for features that are already there. There were at least three requests for being able to define how the Indexes are handled for table columns defined as Primary Keys or Unique. Here’s an example that summarizes […]

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How to Open the Data Modeler in Oracle SQL Developer

You are using Oracle SQL Developer, and you want to create or open a design in the Data Modeler. How do you GET to the Modeler? Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler is a standalone solution that is also shipped in SQL Developer as an extension. The user interface of the Modeler is folded into SQL […]

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