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Oracle SQL Developer Picture Puzzle: What is that?

Oracle SQL Developer Key Features

Sometimes while I’m demonstrating Oracle SQL Developer, something on the screen catches the eye of someone in the audience, and they just have to know ‘what is that?’ So I put together the image you see above with a few key features highlighted. These might be things you’ve missed because they’re not default preferences or […]

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How To Add Custom Actions To Your User Reports

I’ve shown you and more than a few customers how to customize your Monitor Sessions page/report. If you need a refresher, that’s here. But basically it comes down to this: Copy the report from the Database Administration section of the Reports panel Paste it to the User Defined Reports section Edit to your heart’s delight […]

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How to Preserve System Generated Constraint Names in Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler

The risk of posting a question here, is that I might take it and turn it into a blog post. And that’s where today’s topic comes from. I imported data dictionary into SQL data modeler and cannot found out how to disable predefined constraint names. Table “T” was created in database without specifying primary key […]

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SQL Developer Quick Tip: Extended Paste

Someone on the Twitters was lamenting they had accidentally clobbered their code when they ‘copied over it’ in their clipboard. So basically you cut your code – it goes to clipboard, you copy something else, the :new replaces the :old. But. SQL Developer keeps an Extended Clipboard. It’s just what it sounds like. We keep […]

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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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