dbForge Studio With Better Search
Written by Kay Ewbank   
Tuesday, 25 October 2016

There's a new version of  dbForge Studio for Oracle with redesigned object editors and database search.  

The visual object editor and database search in dbForge Studio for Oracle v3.9 have been completely redesigned, and the Data Viewer and Editor window have been improved.

dbForge Studio for Oracle is an integrated development environment  for Oracle that aims to give developers a faster way to code PL/SQL, along with data editing tools for managing data. The tool can be used to synchronize data between different Oracle servers and automate schema change management. 

The new version has redesigned object editors that you can use to edit a range of object types, including tables, views, packages, procedures, functions, triggers, user types (array types, object types, table types), sequences, materialized views, materialized view logs, synonyms, clusters, database links, and XML schemas. One improvement is support for virtual columns, and these are also supported in the schema compare tool.




The redesigned database search tool can be used to search both objects and data, and has also been redesigned. The developers say that the suggestion performance has also been improved.

Other improvements include the ability to select multiple objects when using the 'Generate Script As' option, and a new icon design. The data editor and viewer window has an improved XML view and a new JSON view. 

dbForge Studio for Oracle v3.9 can be used for free for a 30-day evaluation period, after which product license prices start from $149.45.


More Information

 dbForge Page

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