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 the weekends
- there was going to be some retreaded content – but I did try to give everything a fresh angle and update
- there was going to be some clunkers
A few of you encouraged me to keep going. Um, no. Thirty was enough, thank you very much!
A few more of you asked me to post an index making them easier to go back through. And this is what this post is for. I’m adding it as a permanent ‘widget’ to the side of my page so you can find is easily going forward.
Day 1: Help with WHERE Clauses
Day 2: NLS Parameters
Day 3: Syntax Highlighting
Day 4: Statement Execution
Day 5: Connectivity Issues
Day 6: Try the Schema Browser
Day 7: The Array Fetch Size Preference
Day 8: Use the Cart to Build Deployment Scripts
Day 9: You Only Need to Run One Copy at a Time
Day 10: Compare Stuff Side By Side
Day 11: Tree Trimming
Day 12: Executing Script Output?
Day 13: Executing Very Large Scripts
Day 14: Opening Objects on Double-Click
Day 15: Reporting
Day 16: Comparing In-Memory Results with Autotrace
Day 17: Using SSH Tunnels
Day 18: NULLs
Day 19: Quick and Clean Table Copies
Day 20: See, Click, Goto Error Messages
Day 21: Executing Multiple Statements to Multiple Data Grids
Day 22: It’s All in the Font
Day 23: Invalid Objects
Day 24: Hiding Schemas That Don’t Own Anything
Day 25: Importing Partitioned Tables to a Data Model
Day 26: Keyboarding from the Editor to the Results and Back
Day 27: Oracle Open World
Day 28: The SQLDev Community
Day 29: Preferences Revisited
Day 30: Getting Your Data to the Web
Bonus 31st Tip!
Your prize for scrolling down this far and reading this post of posts? A new SQL Developer tip of the day 🙂
In version 4.0.3, we now support the EZCONNECT syntax.