SQL Developer Web is a single page web application delivered via ORDS. This resource page is for SQL Developer Web, if you want to learn more about ORDS, look up and click the link for that.
SQLDev Web (Docs) is available automatically in the Oracle Cloud for Autonomous Database subscribers (presented as Database Actions), but it’s also available for any customer who has ORDS configured for their databases. Some features in SQLDev Web may not be available in the Autonomous Database.
To start using SQL Developer Web, you need to first install and configure ORDS.
Scroll down for a slide deck showing screenshots of EVERY MAJOR FEATURE.
SQL Developer Web offers quite a few features across development, administration, and performance optimization. What you can do is based on your database user’s privileges. So if you login as a developer vs an administrator account, you’ll see different screens become available.
SQL – the SQL Worksheet allows you to load data, create and edit database objects, run queries and scripts, do explain plans & autotraces, capture DBMS_OUTPUT, and much more.
Data Modeler – visualize your existing schema into rich relational diagrams and data dictionary reports.
- Demonstration: Using the Modeler
- Sharing diagrams from desktop to web and vice versa
- Working with Star Schemas
REST – develop and secure your RESTful Web Services (new for version 20.3).
JSON – work with your JSON Collections and Documents (new for version 20.3).
APEX – launch Oracle Application Express.
Database Users – create and edit database users, reset their Oracle passwords, REST enable them, and more.
Performance Hub – ASH Analytics and SQL Monitoring. Requires a 19c database and their Diagnostic and Tuning packs.
SQL Monitoring – don’t have 19c? We have a SQL Monitoring page, but it still requires the Diagnostic and Tuning packs.
Instance Viewer – what’s happening, right now, in your database? Activity charts and drill down reports around waits, sessions, SQL, I/O, storage and more.
Logins – see the audit trail for logins
Alerts – browse the database alert logs
Sessions – see who is logged in, what they’re doing, and their execution plans
Storage – tablespaces and datafiles, how much storage is being used, and for what?