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Re: IDE for Oracle database

From: Mladen Gogala <>
Date: Tue, 22 Jun 2004 14:39:35 -0400
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On 06/22/2004 02:21:16 PM, Ron Thomas wrote:
> And it is now owned by Quest (as of January), and has seen no updates since 1.3.13 alpha (January
> build). Not sure where the product is headed.

That product is, unfortunately, destined for history. I'm currently working on update of another useful product called ORAC_DBA. My update consists of the following: - Fix tablespace reports so that temporary tablespaces are shown in the menu and that the   whole gazillion of tablespace options are shown in the new reports. - Add monitoring objects report, statistics report and objects for which there   is no statistics.
- Add "recreate shema" option by using DBMS_METADATA.

I cannot release the update publicly, as I'm not a maintainer of the product. I will send my update to one of the maintainers, as I've already done once, with the "recreate database" script.

Mladen Gogala
Oracle DBA

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