Do you find yourself always scrolling and scrolling and scrolling to get to the column you want to see when looking at a table or view’s data?
Don’t do that!
Instead, just right-click on the column headers, select ‘Columns’, and reorder as desired.
Then move (more...)
If you have been using the last versions of the Oracle Data Miner tool that have been released as part of SQL Developer 4 EA1 and EA2, you may have noticed that the layout of your worksheets and other areas are inconsistent each time you open ODM.
This can be (more...)
I’ve installed Ubuntu to my laptop (another try to live with Linux), and now trying to organize useful stuff. I wanted to install Oracle SQL Developer and couldn’t find an up-to-date document about it, so decided to write one (which will be use most straight forward steps).
First we download (more...)
Someone told me today that they can’t log a support request with my Oracle Support for SQL Developer.
To which I replied with, ‘Oh yes you can.”
To which they replied with, ‘But I do not see it in the dropdown of my products.”
To which I replied (more...)
You think you know Oracle SQL Developer. And you probably know it better than the average user, especially if you’re a subscriber to this blog But I’m betting there’s a few key things you’ve overlooked. We’re going to fix that today!
10. We’re not the new kids on the block (more...)
In previous versions of Oracle SQL Developer, if you start typing in the Data tab’s filter dialog on a Table Editor, SQL Developer would make suggestions for you.
A few folks have asked that we not be so aggressive with the ‘help’ here. And I (more...)
You may not spend a lot of time creating tables in your database, but if you are performing that task, you don’t want your tool to slow you down. And while many of you may design your tables in a modeling solution (more...)
I recently talked about how you could tell the modeler to use custom classification types for your tables. But, I forgot to tell you where you could find these settings in version 4!
Surprise – we moved them.
Sometimes I think developers change stuff because they’re bored or maybe (more...)
Can’t get your SQL History or Snippets panel to open? Before version 4.0, we would frequently advise users to close SQL Developer, go into their user settings folder and delete the’windowinglayout.xml’ file and then restart SQL Developer.
This would force SQL Developer to re-create the desktop view and (more...)
We recently covered how to set the classification type of multiple tables in a data model, but today I want to show how to make these easier to identify in your model.
I’m also going to show you how to set multiple classification types for a single table – (more...)
The new editor framework provides a more interactive and rich experience when replacing text. It’s a very simple improvement, but one that I think will make you feel ‘better.’ I know that’s a subjective measurement, but I’m sticking with it.
Hansel and Gretel are in the forest and don’t want to get lost, so Gretel leaves a trail of white pebbles to mark their way. In future adaptations of this Bros. Grimm story, the white pebbles have become ‘breadcrumbs.’
So what does this have to do with SQL Developer?
- Download SQL Developer 4 and it’s required JDK from:
- Unpack this to a folder on your system