Announcing Oracle SQL Developer Web!

thatjeffsmith SQL Developer 20 Comments

Tell Others About This Story:

We are now live in the Oracle Cloud with Oracle SQL Developer Web.

Wait, what’s SQL Developer Web?

It’s a browser based version of Oracle SQL Developer powered by Oracle REST Data Services.

If you are a Database Cloud Service customer in the Oracle Cloud, it’s rolling out now to those subscribers.

If you’d like to know more and see a quick demo, I made you a video 🙂

Tell Others About This Story:

Comments 20

    1. thatjeffsmith Post
      Author
  1. I’m not like this tool, because all this depend from network connection. If connection brokes, than you cannot continue to work.

    1. thatjeffsmith Post
      Author
      1. thatjeffsmith Post
        Author
      2. I suspect what Jury is referring to is losing the connection to a server during critical work.
        Typically anything that cannot be interrupted is run from screen or something similar, so that the job continues even if the network connection to session is lost, but can be re-connected to without any loss of work.

      3. thatjeffsmith Post
        Author

        The connection is only there for each request/query/script you run. We make the connection, do the work, and then close the connection.

        By connection I mean – your connection to the database. Not the Web connection you have going to run the SQL Developer Web app itself. It’s this very nature of SQL*Net connections over the web that is one of the primary appeals of SQL Developer – that problem goes away.

        And even if your web connection breaks, when you come back, we’ll recover any unsaved Code/Work in the worksheet itself.

  2. Jeff,

    Can i download SQL*Developer web for on-premise ?

    We are not a Database Cloud Service customer. We only have databases on-premise.

    Right now, our developers use SQL*Developer on their desktops to connect to various on-premise Oracle databases.

    Can we setup SQL*Developer web on-premise in our case ?

    Hope to hear from you.
    Srinivas

    1. thatjeffsmith Post
      Author
    1. thatjeffsmith Post
      Author
      1. thatjeffsmith Post
        Author
    1. thatjeffsmith Post
      Author

      if there’s an Oracle Database under that offering, if they hook up ORDS, and IF they decide to give their SaaS consumers access to the database, then theoretically, YES. There are some Services in that space going in that direction.

    1. thatjeffsmith Post
      Author
    1. thatjeffsmith Post
      Author

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *