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Re: Linux, Sqlplus worksheet?

From: Rodd Holman <>
Date: Mon, 26 Mar 2001 13:53:49 -0800
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Let me rephrase OEM is "free" in accordance with the license restrictions in the development download. Orasoft is GPL for the downloadable version.

On Monday 26 March 2001 15:31, you wrote:
> 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)
> 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
> -----------

Rodd Holman
Oracle DBA
(605) 988-1373
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