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30 Posts in 30 Days: The Reckoning

For the month of September 2014, I published a SQL Developer tip each day. September has 30 days, so that equated to 30 posts. Now normally, I post anywhere from 1-3 posts a week. Going from that to 7 days a week meant a few things: posts were going to be shorter – especially on […]

Let SQL Developer Normalize Your Tables For You

SQL Developer is a pretty mouse-heavy tool. By that I mean that many of the functions are accessed via mouse-clicks. When browsing tables in the tree you may have noticed that you can expand a table node to display the table columns. There are some pretty cool features available under the context menu when clicking […]

Toad 11 Sneak Peek Part Deux

I had some time to beta test this morning, and I thought I would share some of the new tweeks and features that will be available in version 11.0 of Toad for Oracle. I spent some time previously showing off a new feature for you PL/SQL geeks out there, Code Analysis. If you are a […]

Toad for Oracle Tip: Custom Queries

There are SO many little nuggets in Toad that you can take advantage of. To list all of them would be a daunting task. Here’s one that you may have overlooked, Custom Queries. If you right-mouse-click on an object in the Schema Browser, you’ll see a list of operations you can perform. Take a second […]