dbForge Studio for Oracle

dbForge Studio for Oracle is a powerful Oracle database development environment that provides you versatile data editing tools for managing in-database and external data. It allows you to synchronize data between different Oracle servers and automate schema change management process during development.

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dbForge Studio for Oracle

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  1. What the title says. Connect to an Oracle instance with windows authentication.

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  2. If I have got several database connections open, i am not sure which connection is involved in which editor tab. Could you add connection information to the Tab or give the posibility to switch the connection to the desired one?

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  3. Use Ctrl-R keyboard shortcut (same as in MS SQL Server Management Studio)

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  4. When displaying grid results, allow copying only column names (single / multiple). Currently there's only Copy data and Copy with header option available.

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    In the latest version 3.9 you can right-click the selection in the grid and select ‘Copy Special → Copy Column Names Only’ from the popup menu.

  5. Rather than needing to enter each connection separately, add ability to export one (or all) connections to an xml or other text file, along with matching import function. This would make migrating dbForge studio to a new desktop computer much easier.

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    You can export connections as follows:

    1. Select ‘Tools → Import and Export Settings…’ from the main menu. The ‘Import and Export Settings Wizard’ window opens.
    2. Select the ‘Export selected environment settings’ radio button and click ‘Next’.
    3. Expand the ‘All settings’ node.
    4. Select the ‘Connections’ checkbox and complete the wizard.

    To import connections, please select the ‘Import selected environment settings’ radio button in the ‘Import and Export Settings Wizard’ window.

  6. SELECT COMMENTS
    FROM SYS.USERTABCOMMENTS
    WHERE UPPER(TABLE_NAME) = UPPER('TBL1');

    Result: 'some comment'

    COMMENT ON TABLE TBL1 IS 'next comment';

    SELECT COMMENTS
    FROM SYS.USERTABCOMMENTS
    WHERE UPPER(TABLE_NAME) = UPPER('TBL1');

    Result: 'next comment'.

    When I open table TBL1 for edit, comment field contains previous comment ('some comment').
    PS: When i reconnect to DB comment not change

    Version dbForge for Oracle : 3.1.243 Pro

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  7. For instance, CTRL + rolling the mouse wheel.

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  8. It would be great if you could add an option to display indentation lines like in VS or Toad.

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    Please see the ‘View White Space’ and ‘Show Line Numbers’ commands available in the ‘Edit → Advanced’ section of the main menu.

  9. I´VE BOUGHT THIS PRODUCT USING DIGITAL RIVER (SHARE-IT) ORDERE NUMBER 416227955, BUT YOU DIDN´T SEND MY KEY. I THINK THAT WOULD BE WONDERFUL IF YOU ACT CORRECTLY WITH YOUR CUSTOMERS !!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  10. When I first launch dbForge studio to run a quick query, I always get stuck waiting on it to retrieve metadata. I usually bail out and go launch Oracle Sql Developer and cntl-alt-delete dbForge rather than wait for it. Can this be moved to background thread where it doesn't block my query from executing. I realize intellisense, etc. may not work until it completes, but I'm okay with that. I like the product, but this one feature will prevent me from purchasing this tool in the future.

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    To avoid this, you can turn off the automatic completion list:

    1. Select ‘Tools → Options…’ from the main menu. The ‘Options’ window opens.
    2. Navigate to the ‘Text Editor → Code Completion → General’ branch.
    3. Unselect the ‘Auto List Members’ option.
    4. Click ‘OK’.

    You still can manually invoke the completion list with CTRL+SPACE.

  11. I was told this was because of 'invisible' characters which makes no sense for a table creation script.

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  12. In the TreeView of DataBase Explorer Add de Ability to see other schemas in the database, like Oracle SQLDeveloper has.

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    This can be achieved either by selecting a connection and then clicking the ‘Show All Objects’ button on the toolbar of Database Explorer or by selecting the ‘Show All Objects’ option on the ‘General’ tab of the ‘Database Connection Properties’ dialog box (right-click the connection in Database Explorer and select ‘Modify Connection…’ from the popup menu).

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  14. Display the commands for shortcuts in a convenient table rather than in the scrollable list displaying only four commands at a time ('Environment -> Keyboard' branch in the 'Options' window)

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  15. It would be convenient to see what the package procedure/function depends on and where it's used.

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  16. not sure if mentioned, but it drives me crazy whenever I close a tab and it asks me if I want to save the query. I really want an option to disable the warning. Thanks.

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  17. Like NoFormat Start/End in PL/SQL Developer.

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    This feature is available in dbForge Studio for Oracle, v3.5.322.
    The tags are the following:
    - noformat
    -
    endnoformat

  18. Add the Compile Invalid Objects window showing the list of all invalid objects during compilation.

    For each object, on the second part of the screen, there should be the possibility to view compilation errors.

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  19. In case you select to connect to a server via Oracle client on х64 operating system having only х32 oci.dll and no х64 oci.dll, offer to download x32 version of dbForge.

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