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.

http://www.devart.com/dbforge/oracle/studio/

dbForge Studio for Oracle

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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.

    64 votes
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  5. Add search and compile invalid objects dialog

    63 votes
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  6. Export selected records from grid to insert / update / merge SQL statements

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  7. 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.

    7 votes
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  8. 7 votes
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  9. 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.

    6 votes
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  10. 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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  11. 5 votes
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  12. Was looking for an equivalent feature to the MS SQL Server SQL Profiler as opposed to just a Query Profiler.

    5 votes
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  13. Possible to see table change script, rather than just applying changes to the table? A minor but useful enhancement would be to allow editing directly in grid, rather than opening a new window for each column edit.

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

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  15. 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.

    4 votes
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  16. 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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  17. 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.

    4 votes
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  18. When creating a new table the primary key index is generated automaticly in the default tablespace.
    Add a storage option to the primary key.

    3 votes
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  19. What the title says. Connect to an Oracle instance with windows authentication.

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  20. 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.

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