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Tracking Script Changes Locally in Oracle SQL Developer

Source control systems are a vital component to any serious software development environment. Tracking and merging changes, branching new versions, or reverting back to a previous incarnation of the code is so much easier when you have your source code versioned in a system like Subversion or CVS. Of course source control isn’t the answer […]

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SQL Developer Query & Grid Tricks

It helps to know the developers. They can tell you things that are not documented in the help or release notes. They mostly don’t hide things on purpose, mostly. They often build things into the application to aid themselves, but usually it’s for the end user’s benefit. @krisrice sent me over a few nuggets to […]

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Code Completion Insight with Oracle SQL Developer

Most third generation language (3GL) IDEs have trained hackers like me to expect the tool to write some of the code for them. Regular internet folks are already used to having search terms and URLs auto-completed in their browsers. I don’t want to get into a debate over whether this makes us lazier AND dumber, […]

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SQLDev Tip and Trick: Drag and Drop to Worksheet

Dragging and dropping tables to the worksheet is a pretty obvious feature – it copies the object names over for you. But did you know you had the option to get more bang for your buck? Once you do the drag, you can select what you want copied to the Worksheet. If you don’t see […]

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