An overview of Real Time SQL Monitoring improvements for Oracle SQL Developer version 19.1
Oracle REST Data Services version 19.1 is now available, and now provides a database management REST API for your Oracle Database.
You can now define if your Oracle connections are THICK or THIN in version 19.1 of Oracle SQL Developer.
My wife and I are celebrating 20 years married (to each other!!!) , and I will not be here answering questions or posting new content for the next two weeks. However, there is a LOT scheduled to happen in the database tools world while I’m out. So be sure to follow @krisrice for news and updates. Oh, and if you like to torture yourself by watching others having fun, you can find me pretty easily…
Using Excel to interface with your data in an Oracle Database using ORDS RESTful Services on your TABLEs.
Your response for a GET on a collection vs collection item vary greatly, especially when what you’re asking for in ORDS does not exist.
See how Oracle SQL Developer can help you figure out which tables or views are causing your ORA-00942 errors.
Sometimes you need to write some SQL to interact with your RESTful Service request bodies – here’s an example of going from nested JSON to a new record in a table using the JSON_TABLE function.
Oracle SQL Developer can help you with your PL/SQL calls, including the procedure or function argument assignments.
I have a PL/SQL block of code – I wonder where most of the time is being spent to execute it? Well guess what? The PL/SQL team has given us an interface to answer this exact question. The PL/SQL Hierarchical Profiler does 3 things of note: Reports the dynamic execution profile of your PL/SQL program, organized by subprogram callsAccounts for SQL and PL/SQL execution times separatelyMakes me feel like an idiot whenever I try to…
Overview of how ORDS is deployed, and some new PowerPoint slides demonstrating the AUTO features versus coding your own RESTful Services.