Devart dbForge Studio for Oracle

Devart dbForge Studio for Oracle 4.0

Powerful IDE which helps developers to increase PL/SQL coding speed
 
4.0 (See all)

dbForge Studio for Oracle is a powerful IDE which helps developers to increase PL/SQL coding speed. It provides Oracle database GUI management tools, allows to synchronize Oracle data and automate schema change management process. dbForge Studio for Oracle is focused on enhancing productivity and simplifying Oracle database development and management tasks. Key features: * PL/SQL coding assistant in addition to a code beautifier allows users to speed-up the process of writing SQL queries, standardize PL/SQL code. * Documenter to generate documentation files in the HTML, PDF and Markdown formats. * Data Generator to populate your Oracle tables with thousands of rows of realistic test data. * Database Project feature helps users facilitate database development: create a database project either empty or with imported database objects, manage SQL scripts and query files in the project. * Database Change Management feature helps users to save modifications that may have been made, compare and synchronize Oracle database schemas, generate schema comparison reports. * Object Manager helps to create and edit objects using visual objects editors. * Integrated PL/SQL Debugger is a reliable tool that automates all time-consuming tasks connected with debugging and provides full code control. * Query Profiler helps users to analyze query behavior. * Schema Import/Export dbForge Studio for Oracle provides convenient Export/Import Utility wizards for working with the command line interface of Oracle export and import utilities. * Database Administration feature provides easy-to-use tools for managing server security, working with sessions, and monitoring events. * Database Designer allows users to build a clear and effective database structure visually. * Import/Export Data helps users to export and import Oracle table data to different file formats. * Code Formatting for MERGE Statements * Find and recompile invalid objects

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