We have to rename Oracle SQL Developer – there’s not enough ‘Oracle’ in the name! So, I’d like to crowdsource some ideas.
Here’s a few to get you started:
- Oracle SQL Developer for Oracle
- Oracle SQL Developer Unbreakable
- Oracle We Can’t Believe It’s Not Chargeable SQL Developer
Yes, it’s April Fool’s Day, again.
Yes, I’m out of blog ideas.
Yes, I’m probably in trouble.
Raptor seems like a good name for the product !
It’s the 2nd April now so I’m taking this seriously (maybe)
I would like to see you blog about how to set the SQL Developer code formatter to upper-case keywords and lower-case identifiers 😉
Don’t for get to init cap reserved words….
That option supports InitCap too, have a go.
BTW, how did we get on to the formatting subject? This was SUPPOSED to be a fun post.
Just go to Preferences, Code Editor, Completion Insight, Change Case As You Type > ‘Upper Keywords’
SELECT * FROM scott.emp;
Then just type out your identifiers in lower case and all will be right with the world.
That’s right, but what if I want to format existing programs that have upper or mixed case identifiers? Can I please get one more option in that combo box: ‘Upper keywords, lower identifiers’? Please! 🙂
Sounds like a great ER for MOS or the SQL Developer Exchange!
Oracle SQL Developer for Oracle and other not-to-be-named non-Oracle databases that you should be converting from
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