Tag: SQL Dev

12C, Oracle, SQLDev

SSH Tunnel with #SQLDev 4.1 EA1 and EA2 side by side

Yesterday March 9th, the team that works on #SQLDev, dropped EA2 out there for us to play with. For some random reason, I decided to check out SSH tunneling feature.  If you are familiar with it in the EA1 release, some things have moved around and features have been added.  Let’s take a look at …

Oracle, Reporting, SQLDev

Migrate Your SQL Developer User Defined Reports

  On Tap for Today: Migrating SQL Developer User Defined Reports. I’m in the process of upgrading my work computer and in an effort to make sure it is configured the way I want it, I decided to forego the automated “side-by-side” migration.  Everything was going well until I got around to SQL Developer.  The install …

ACEA, cool stuff, Database, Migration, Oracle, SQLDev

Database Objects Compare: Grants, Types, and Owners

On Tap for Today: I had a chance to have a little fun today browsing these database tables: sys.obj$, sys.objauth$, sys.user$, and table_privilege_map. This last migration, the result of at least two other blogs posts, has forced me to think about how we do object migrations.  It’s one of the few times that we had …

#odtug, Conferences, KScope14, Oracle, SQL

The Final Note – Kscope14

KScope14 was hosted in Seattle, the City of Music, and what an experience it was.  For six days, Oracle experts and professionals descended upon the City to share with and learn from each other.  We kicked off on Saturday with a Community Service event event with the Nature Consortium.  After being stuck and scratched by …