Oracle Tools

Oracle DROP USER Command with Examples

Oracle is one of the most popular relational database management systems famous for its flexibility and convenience for information management. You can easily adjust any Oracle database to meet your everyday requirements. Sometimes, it is necessary to delete particular users from your Oracle database. Basically, there are two ways of achieving this goal: by using the Oracle DROP USER command or with the help of an Oracle IDE allowing you to automate the process. This tutorial is valid for all Oracle versions starting from 11g-12c and ending with 19c.

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Champs Recap: Devart’s Award-Winning Products in Q1 2022

It’s time for a brief recap that covers all the badges that dbForge products for MySQL, Oracle, and PostgreSQL were awarded in Q1 2022—all owing to the steadily positive response from our users on a variety of review platforms.

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Oracle CREATE TABLE Command in PL/SQL with 10 Examples

In this article, we are going to talk about the CREATE TABLE command. To be more precise, we will focus on how to create a table in Oracle with a primary and foreign key, as well as not null and date columns, take a close look at how to create a new table on a basis of the existing one, and more. Also, we will review the perks and benefits of using dbForge Studio for Oracle when working with tables.

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Create a New Oracle User and Grant Privileges: Syntax and Examples

In this article, we will talk about how to create a user in Oracle. You will learn how to add new database users, figure out which supplemental aspects this job involves: from the initial user creation to dropping it. Moreover, you will find some useful tips on working with IDENTIFY and TABLESPACE clauses, as well as learn how to GRANT roles and permissions in Oracle.

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One More Achievement in the New Year: dbForge Studio for Oracle Got Two G2 Badges

We are excited to announce that dbForge Studio for Oracle won two G2 badges, which further prove how valuable it is to our users. And indeed, the G2 reviewers say that dbForge Studio is so convenient and versatile that they can’t imagine working without it.

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Meet Updated dbForge Tools for Oracle

The Devart team worked hard and now we are glad to introduce new features and improvements to one of our remarkable product lines – dbForge tools for Oracle, namely dbForge Data Compare, Documenter, Data Generator, and Schema Compare.

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Here Comes dbForge Studio 4.4 with the Updates You Don’t Want to Miss!

Meet the latest update of dbForge Studio for Oracle! It packs quite a punch that we believe you will find interesting: updated connectivity, a few new options in the Schema Compare functionality, several useful additions to Documenter, and a couple more improvements that will make dbForge Studio an even better tool for your daily tasks.

Without further ado, let’s have a detailed overview of these updates.

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Handle Concurrency Conflicts in ASP.NET Core and Oracle

Concurrency conflicts arise due to concurrent access to a shared resource. This article explores ways to handle concurrency conflicts using ASP.NET Core and Oracle. To connect to Oracle, dotConnect for Oracle will be used.

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Difference Between SQL and NoSQL: Complete Tutorial

SQL databases have been in use for many decades—and surely they will be in use for many years into the future. In this guide, we will cover the major differences between SQL and NoSQL databases, highlight the pros and cons of the two, and outline the best database tools.

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How to Create New Oracle Database in 4 Different Ways

This article will describe the steps to create a database in Oracle: from the first preparation activities to using the Oracle CREATE DATABASE syntax. Here, you will find four ways to create a database in Oracle step by step. Two of them will be based on the command line: using the CREATE DATABASE command, as well as generating the CREATE DATABASE script from an existing DB. The other two will describe how to use such GUI utilities as DBCA, and Oracle SQL Developer. This tutorial is relevant for Oracle versions 12c, 11g, 10g, and higher.

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