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SQL Developer Data Modeler, Pending Changes & Versioning

Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler supports the one-gal design boutique shoppe and the mega-huge development team. It HAS a file-based repository (Subversion aka SVN.) You don’t have to use it, but you should. You can optionally store your designs and data dictionaries in a database for reporting purposes. I strongly recommend you do so. If […]

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How To Version Control Your SQL Developer Data Modeler Designs

Today I want to talk about how to version control your Data Modeler designs with Subversion. Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler is free. Subversion is free. So for no money, you can design your database objects, and version control them for one or more people. I’ve put together some slides for your enjoyment: Oracle SQL […]

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DIFFs and Alter Scripts via Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler

This post is not a ‘How to Version Your Models’ tutorial. We have that in movie form in the Oracle Learning Library (OLL.) There’s a series of several 2-3 minute videos that step you through how to add a model to source control via Subversion, how to make changes, commit said changes, and how someone […]

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