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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…)

Comparing Diffs Between Two Oracle Database Schemas

When developing databases, we frequently need to check what changes were made to its schema, if any mistakes were made, and, if there are any, we should roll back to the working version saved in the source control system. To do this, it’s enough to compare schemas of version 1.1 and 1.2, and generate an UPDATE SCRIPT using any Database Diff tool, including our dbForge Schema Compare for Oracle.

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How To Configure Oracle Instant Client

This article is a step-by-step instruction for configuring Oracle Instant Client so that our tools for Oracle could work with it.

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Schema Compare for Oracle is here – Early Access Preview of the new product

Having successfully released our data comparison tool for Oracle we went further by starting the new one. dbForge Schema Compare for Oracle is targeted to help database developers perform sustainable change management process. The tool is designed to: (more…)

How To: Disable All Foreign Keys in Oracle Scheme

When you perform data maintenance operations, sometimes, it’s necessary to disable or enable all foreign keys in the user schema.

Here is the script that solves this task:
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Devart Unveils Free Data Compare Tool for Oracle to Bring High Speed and Adjustable Comparison

Devart today unveiled a new data comparison tool, dbForge Data Compare for Oracle. It delivers automatic data comparison in Oracle databases, provides a convenient GUI to manage the differences, and generates SQL*Plus-compatible synchronization script to synchronize the data.

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How To: Kill User Sessions in Oracle

Not a long time ago we started to write auto-tests for testing our new product –
dbForge Data Compare for Oracle. To recreate a schema in Oracle all user sessions should be killed.

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dbForge Data Compare for Oracle: new life to the product line

Recently our development efforts were focused on dbForge for SQL Server product line. We’ve made five major releases of SQL Server database tools in last 18 months. Besides, we’ve made two major releases of MySQL database tools in this period. Our Oracle database tools product line, once actively developed, was frozen for almost three years. Sure we made maintenance releases, but no new features and tools. Our Oracle tools even were not re-branded to dbForge for Oracle. But now we decided to breeze the new life into Oracle tools development.

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