Deepak Vohra
Follow /18 May 2018 at 9:28pm / Toad for Oracle Blog

Using Toad for Oracle with Oracle Database 18c - II

In the first of two articles on Oracle Database 18c we created an instance of Oracle Database 18c on Oracle Database Cloud. In this continuation article we shall connect to the database instance with Toad for Oracle. Two options are available in Toad...
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Clarisa Maman Orfali
Follow /16 May 2018 at 1:26am / Oracle Blog

Nueva Serie de Videos en Español sobre "Toad for Oracle"

No te pierdas la oportunidad de aprender en tu propio idioma cómo manejar y sacarle provecho a esta poderosa herramienta para Administradores y Desarrolladores de Bases de Datos Oracle. Videos Tutoriales -- Toad for Oracle: ...
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Deepak Vohra
Follow /14 May 2018 at 10:10pm / Toad for Oracle Blog

Using Toad for Oracle with Oracle Database 18c - Part I

Oracle Database 18c is the latest version of Oracle database and introduces a new release model that is based on continuous delivery. Oracle Database 18c is available only on Oracle Exadata and Oracle Database Cloud. The new release model is based on...
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Mark Kurtz
Follow /14 May 2018 at 5:23pm / SQL Navigator Blog

Exporting Data With SQL Navigator

A lot of developers use SQL Navigator (also affectionately known as SQLNav) to write their SQL queries and PL/SQL code. With SQLNav you can tune your sql statements and debug your PL/SQL (more details on these will come in future blogs. Stay tuned.) ...
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Albert.Rodriguez
Follow /11 May 2018 at 6:58pm / Toad for Oracle Blog

An Easy Way to Sync Data Without Sinking in Queries

We have all been there. We start making changes to data inside a table either manually or by running one or a series of queries, only to find out that we messed part of it up. We know we have our original, so all hope is not lost. Yes, we could just go...
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Anju Garg
Follow /11 May 2018 at 4:54pm / Oracle Blog

Oracle Multitenant Application Containers – Part XI Common Application Users

Prior to Oracle database 12.2.0.1, there could be following types of users in an Oracle multitenant container database (CDB) – Common User – A common user is created in the CDB root and has the same username and authentication credentials...
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Jeff.Surretsky
Follow /10 May 2018 at 6:45pm / Postgres - Blog

Creating a Data Redaction Capability to Meet GDPR Requirements Using EDB Postgres

The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) goes into effect on May 25, 2018, throughout the European Union. The regulation focuses on the secure management of personal information. For more detailed information about the GDPR consult https://www.eugdpr...
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Mike Hamer
Follow /9 May 2018 at 5:45pm / Toad DevOps Toolkit Blog

Introducing the Toad DevOps Toolkit Jenkins Plugin

Last November saw our first launch of Toad DevOps Toolkit and since then we’ve seen a steady increase in interest and traction. For our latest Toad DevOps Toolkit release 1.1 we wanted to combine the power of Toad DevOps Toolkit with the simplicity...
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Porus Homi Havewala
Follow /9 May 2018 at 3:58pm / Oracle Blog

Oracle Hybrid Database Cloud using Enterprise Manager – Part XII

Hybrid cloud management is an interestingly hot topic for today’s cloud world, since not all companies want to move everything to the cloud. In this article series, we are looking at the detailed steps for setting up the Oracle Hybrid Cloud via...
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Brendan Tierney
Follow /9 May 2018 at 12:35pm / Oracle Blog

Oracle Machine Learning Users on ADWC

One of the new features of the Autonomous Data Warehouse Cloud (ADWC) service is Oracle Machine Learning. This is a Zeppelin based notebook for your machine learning on ADWC. Check out my previous blog post about this . In order to be able to use this...
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