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Oracle SQL Developer v3.2.1 Now Available

Oracle SQL Developer version 3.2.1 is now available. I recommend that everyone now upgrade to this release. It features more than 200 bug fixes, tweaks, and polish applied to the 3.2 edition. The high profile bug fixes submitted by customers and users on our forums are listed in all their glory for your review. I [...]

Search and Browse Database Objects with Oracle SQL Developer

Having trouble finding something? Maybe you’re just getting older? I know I am. But still, it’d be nice if my favorite database tool could help me out a bit. Hmmm, what’s this ‘Find Database Object‘ thing over here…sounds like a search mechanism of some sort? You can access this panel from the ‘View‘ menu. It’s [...]

Database Diff Enhancements in Oracle SQL Developer v3.2

In the current issue of Oracle Magazine, I have an article that discusses how to copy and compare Oracle objects using Oracle SQL Developer. ‘Make the Easy Move‘ was written using Oracle SQL Developer v3.1. As you know, version 3.2 was released several weeks ago, and one of the significant changes included was an update [...]

SQL Developer at Oracle Open World 2012

We have a lot going on in San Francisco this fall. One of the most personal exciting bits, for what will be my 4th or 5th Open World, is that this will be my FIRST as a member of Team Oracle. I’ve presented once before, but most years it was just me pressing flesh at [...]

Grandparent – Parent – Child Reports in SQL Developer

Parent – Child reports are pretty straightforward in Oracle SQL Developer. You have a ‘parent’ report, and then one or more ‘child’ reports which are based off of a value in a selected row or value from the parent. If you need a quick tutorial to get up to speed on the subject, go ahead [...]

Grants Now Included in SQL Developer SQL Pages

Quickly copying objects to a new environment is easy in SQL Developer. You simply go to the object in the tree and access the SQL page. However a few of our users were complaining that we weren’t including the object privileges that had been GRANTed in the SQL script. So after re-creating the object in [...]

Oracle SQL Developer v3.2 is Now Available!

Today we released the latest version of Oracle SQL Developer – v3.2.09.23. The official resources: SQL Developer on Oracle Technology Network (OTN) Release Notes New Features SQL Developer Forum I’ll showcase a few of my favorite new features and tweaks in the next several days and weeks, but I thought I’d kick things off right [...]

Using Oracle SQL Developer to Setup SQL*Loader Runs

I’ve done a couple of posts on how to use SQL Developer to load your Excel files to an Oracle table. However, I always wonder how many folks realize there may be a ‘better way.’ If you are loading data to Oracle on a regular basis, there’s a few things I want you to know [...]

‘Forcing’ Line Breaks in Oracle SQL Developer

Oracle SQL Developer is at its heart, an Interactive Development Environment (IDE.) So it comes with the territory that developers should expect to be able to write good code quickly. One of the many code ‘helpers’ that a good IDE will provide is a Formatter. Formatters, or code beautifiers as they’re also known, take poorly [...]

SQL Developer Trick: Renaming Your Worksheets

After a VNC session with the always brilliant @bamcgill, I now know how to rename a worksheet. So when you open a worksheet, it’s attached to a database connection. The worksheet name is a property, and it defaults to the connection name. So you DO you have a lot of control over the worksheet name. [...]

Inspecting PL/SQL Collections with Oracle SQL Developer

Our stored procedures often capture information and store that data as a string or number. But sometimes we need to process more than just a single value. PL/SQL allows you to do this via collections. Now, if you’re looking for help getting started with collections, I would start with Using PL/SQL Collections and Records Oracle [...]