Devart dbForge Studio for Oracle 4.0.281 Professional
dbForge Studio for Oracle is a powerful integrated development environment (IDE) which helps Oracle SQL developers to increase PL/SQL coding speed, provides versatile data editing tools for managing in-database and external data. This tool allows synchronizing data between different Oracle servers and automating schema change management process during development. This Oracle database manager has lots of features wrapped into a smooth management Oracle GUI consistent with Microsoft Visual Studio.
Write and format code on the fly, debug procedures, functions, and triggers, optimize query performance and eliminate bottlenecks with:
Data Modeling and Design
Design Oracle databases visually, build queries in a few clicks, create and edit database objects with:
Change Management and Data Manipulation
Migrate schemas and data between databases, manage data and schema diffs with:
Data import and data export
Schema export and import (dump)
Data comparison and synchronization
Schema comparison and synchronization
Analysis and Data Reporting
Design data reports, charts, pivot tables with parameters, customizable formatting, and calculated summaries. dbForge Studio for Oracle includes the following tools for efficient data reporting and analysis:
Populate your Oracle tables with thousands of rows of realistic test data. Data Generator supports essential Oracle data types, includes 200+ meaningful generators with customizable settings, and allows generating data via the command-line interface.
Generate Oracle database documentation in a wink. The Documenter feature allows you to:
Generate documentation files in the HTML, PDF and Markdown formats
Retrieve an overview of the database structure
View inter-object and inter-database dependencies
Database objects are displayed as a tree in Database Explorer. To edit any object, you can call the corresponding visual editor from this window. You can:
Manage tables from one window
Use Undo option for object editor
Use ability to browse schema objects in a single Oracle editor (pin document)
Oracle PL/SQL Debugger
The Oracle debugger serves for step-by-step execution of stored program units and SQL scripts. Oracle developers can edit, compile, run, and debug PL/SQL code easily. They can use breakpoints, evaluate and modify variables in the Watches window, and analyze the currently active stack of your PL/SQL program calls in the Call Stack window.
Create complex queries visually without effort. The tool allows you to design SELECT statements with multiple tables, joins, and complex subqueries without manual typing of code. Just drag-and-drop required objects onto a visual designer to generate SQL statements.
Improve multi-second queries using Oracle SQL Profiler. The tool helps you detect problems and optimize SQL queries via GUI. Profiler:
Offers visual query profiling
Compares profiling results
Export full schema structure or selected schema objects, copy database objects using schema export/import wizards. While using the wizards, you can benefit from the following features:
Oracle data import and export utility wizards
Schema export projects
Zip compression for export output files
Tools for Oracle administration and management serve for:
Managing user privileges
Managing server sessions
Enjoy oracle database design. Use database diagram for creating, analyzing, reverse-engineering, printing and customizing your Oracle databases and for:
Viewing foreign key relations
Displaying DB objects with properties
Execution of stored routines
Export and import Oracle data for filling databases. dbForge Studio can export data to 14 popular formats and import it from 10 formats. Oracle import and export processes are customizable, and can be automated via the command-line interface.
Report and Analysis
Data analysis and reporting are performed with the help of oracle reporting tools, data reports, pivot tables, and viewing master-detail relations. Comprehensive wizards and tools can display data as charts and tables, and provide means for adjusting data layout, grouping, sorting, etc.