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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  1. Section in options for transaction adjusting: autostart, isolation level and so on.

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  2. SQL beautifier with various settings to setup your own coding style.

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  3. 68 votes
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  4. Add the ability to filter tables, views, fields, etc. in Database Explorer.

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  5. Add search and compile invalid objects dialog

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    1. Choose "Edit ..." on pop-up menu
    2. Modify DB object
    3. Press "Text" button
    4. Appear sql-script creating NEW object with modifications

    to-do
    4. Appear ALTER db object sql-script

    Thanks!

    47 votes
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  6. Let's say, we have the following text:

    12$
    12367
    ...54
    ABCDEF

    1. Set the cursor at the end of the first row.

    2. Press ALT+SHIFT+Down (two times). The regular cursor will switch to 3 rows long vertical bar.

    3. Enter some text, let's say, 45. The text will be added into the 3 rows as follows:

    12$45
    1234567
    ...4554
    ABCDEF

    Just like it's implemented in Notepad++.

    26 votes
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  7. A lot of steps are required to be performed to export all the Table to a INSERT SQL script.
    I should:
    1. Select the table
    2. Click right mouse button
    3. Select "Retrieve Data"
    4. If not all data is fetched, then go to the end of the recordset (because Ctrl+A cannot select not fetched data)
    5. Press Ctr+A
    6. Click right mouse button
    7. Select Script Data as INSERTs to
    8. Select "New Document"

    Why does it take so many steps for a routine task?

    I want to export a Table to a new document by selecting the table…

    20 votes
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  8. Currently when comparing the contents of databases which contain singleton tables (no primary key single record) it is very time consuming to setup the compare. It would be very helpful if an option existed to change the default behavior for tables with no primary key. For most of my use cases I need to spend 10-20 minutes selecting every non-lob column as a key for these tables. A checkbox in the options screen could exist called something like "Automatically Map All Non-Lob Columns when No Primary Key Exists"

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  9. Export selected records from grid to insert / update / merge SQL statements

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  10. 7 votes
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  11. Add 2 new buttons that will manually execute Commit or Rollback command on Oracle Databases.

    For Unit Testing we have to do Rollback or commit iteratively.

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  12. The auto complete feature is nice but it should allow choosing more than one field instead of choosing fields one by one. (i.e. I need to select 5 of the 8 columns of the table by highlighting them all in the same drop box and then press enter to see them all added to my select statement instead of repeating this step 5 times).

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  13. Commit and rollback typed in text editor are beeing ignored when using "Execute current Statement". This happens when I go step by step through a script.
    Selecting and running as script works.
    But for consistency, both should work the same way.

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  14. Was looking for an equivalent feature to the MS SQL Server SQL Profiler as opposed to just a Query Profiler.

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  15. 5 votes
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  16. I need to know which triggers are laid on a table.
    No way to do that except searching on triggers names ...
    A tab called "Triggers" on table structure could solve that.

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  17. My Notebook has as HiRes-Screen with 3200*1800 px. After starting dbForge all fonts and icons are very small. When opening a sql editor all fonts and icons get a new, larger, apperance. Pls show this larger fonts an icons directly after start.

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  18. I suggest to:

    1) display execution time (for a query, etc.)
    2) audibly signal the execution (for a query, etc.)

    Such features are present in PL SQL.

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  19. Extend code completion by providing automatic JOIN condition suggestions when typing SELECT statements.

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