Oracle Tools

New dbForge Fusion tools with Visual Studio 2019 Support

dbForge Fusion is a line of Visual Studio plugins designed to simplify database development and enhance data management capabilities. This line comprises three tools: dbForge Fusion for SQL Server, dbForge Fusion for MySQL, and dbForge Fusion for Oracle.

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Generating subscription statistics data in Oracle Data Generator

When you need to fill your databases with data for testing purposes, it’s usually quite handy to also have this data follow dynamic patterns like in real life. In such situations, records should both look realistic on their own and form a life-like overall picture. For example, if you want to fill your table with test data for an online service with a subscription model, the records would have to be dynamic from day to day. (more…)

How to Connect Oracle Autonomous with Oracle Client

Oracle Autonomous Database is a powerful technology that provides data processing and management in the cloud for self-driving, self-securing and self-repairing databases which can operate with no human intervention. So, it’s quite unsurprising that many want to know how to establish a connection between Oracle Client and Oracle Autonomous. Let’s take a look at how this can be achieved. (more…)

New Look and Oracle 19c Support in dbForge Studio for Oracle Update 4.1!

We are glad to announce that dbForge Studio for Oracle has just seen a new 4.1 update introducing a new skin, support for Oracle 19c, AutoCommit mode and dramatically improved schema comparison performance. (more…)

Achieve Enterprise-level Productivity with dbForge Studio for Oracle!

We are thrilled to inform our Oracle users that dbForge Studio for Oracle got a really massive update that took database development and presentation of the development results to a new level! By popular request of our users of the Professional edition of dbForge Studio for Oracle, we have developed the advanced features and implemented them in the Enterprise edition of brand new dbForge Studio for Oracle, v4.0. (more…)

New Look and Feel of Compare Bundle for Oracle

We are glad to announce the release of the updated dbForge Compare Bundle for Oracle. The tools of the Bundle, dbForge Schema Compare for Oracle and dbForge Data Compare for Oracle,  have been improved in-and-out. Besides the great new visual style, the tools include a bunch of new features and options that will definitely make your data and schema diffs management more smooth and convenient. (more…)

Create Unique Generators with dbForge Data Generator 2.0!

We are glad to notify our users that a new version of the Devart Oracle data generation tool has been released – dbForge Data Generator for Oracle, v2.0. The new version allows creating and saving your personal data generators, generating data to tables already filled with data, run data generation in a single click and much more! (more…)

Keep Calm and Document Oracle Databases

We are thrilled to inform that our dbForge for Oracle product line has been expanded with a brand new tool for smart and easy documenting of Oracle databases, – dbForge Documenter for Oracle! (more…)

ODAC Integration With dbForge Studio for Oracle

Database application development is usually divided into two stages: database design and application writing. Oracle Data Access Components for Delphi (ODAC) allow implementation of work with Oracle server, and dbForge Studio for Oracle – database design and administration. Now, for convenient development, integration with dbForge Studio for Oracle is implemented in ODAC.

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Adapting Diagram File to Another Database

Some of our users have faced the situation when they need to change the connection details of the existing Database Diagram file.

Let’s assume the situation when you have several databases with identical schemas which are only located on different MySQL servers and you have created a database model that was saved in a Database Diagram file. Now, you want to avoid redesigning the database model from scratch and only reassign the existing database model to another MySQL server. (more…)