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Re: Linux, Sqlplus worksheet?

From: Rodd Holman <>
Date: Mon, 26 Mar 2001 13:33:53 -0800
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OEM for linux is available in the 8.1.7 download from technet. Another good place to look is Matthew has written a fairly good sql worksheet. They both work off the idea of a sql window and output window. Both give you command history, scrollable output, export of input/output to text, both are free. OEM is in java. Orasoft is done with gtk. The OEM sheet allows for sqlplus commands Orasoft doesn't. Orasoft is faster (it's not hogging the machine processes with java.) I use both depending on what I need. Orasoft only works with 8x db's. OEM will work with any Oracle db 7.3.4 or higher (maybe lower too, but I haven't had time to explore that)

HTH On Monday 26 March 2001 15:00, Linda wrote:
> Hi,
> I have a user who works on Linux and wants a SQL interface other than
> command line sqlplus. Since I don't use Linux, I checked my disks for a
> SQLPLUS Worksheet or OEM version for Linux to no avail.
> Can anyone recommend a gui/java/etc. SQL processor for Linux, other than
> command line sqlplus?
> Any information or referral to documentation is appreciated.
> Thanks,
> Linda

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