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 because you’ve ‘missed’ the right-click mouse operation to activate it.
Here’s the list, can you match it to the highlighted area in the picture?
- Connection folders
- Filtered schema object types
- Color coded connections
- Multiple child reports
- Editor line numbers
- HTML in your query results
- Zebra/checkerboard grids
- Document Tab Groups
- Custom display/grid fonts
- Error message gutter markers
- PL/SQL Compilation Errors
- Out/Return/Stored Procedure Output viewer
Is This Just An Excuse to Re-use Your Old Posts?
Maybe. But did you already know all this stuff? If so, have you shared it with your co-workers? And those bulleted items I don’t have hyperlinked? I guess that’s my blogger homework 🙂