Re: Amend and udate data using 10G EM ?
Date: Thu, 3 Apr 2008 14:32:57 +0100
I WISH SOMEONE WOULD JUST ANSWER THE QUESTION In a nutshell.
Basically I work for a company that supplies back office sofware to large
Some foreign banks, and the foreign brnaches of Taiwanese banks are in mind dont have IT staff, or DB staff, if there is a problem they pick up the phone and say "Ehlo, we hav proberlem with systam knot werking. must help now."
Explaining clicks is easier than sql statements. If we are lucky we have remote access but not always.
They have a GUI tools to viewdata called TOAD under WIndows 2000 and Oracle
Head office and audt department then tell branches to go Windows 2003 and Oracle 10 for security and other internal issues beyond my control. So a few have gone 64 bit 2003/10G.
Customer still expects a GUI style data access.
"Shakespeare" <whatsin_at_xs4all.nl> wrote in message
> "GPD" <jnk_at_thedawes.gotadsl.co.uk.nospam> schreef in bericht
>> But I deal with dumb non technical users. And telling them what to click
>> is easier than asking them to run queries.
>> Just they were to use toad and expect somethign similar on 64 bit.
>> "gazzag" <gareth_at_jamms.org> wrote in message
>>> On 31 Mar, 15:34, "GPD" <j..._at_thedawes.gotadsl.co.uk.nospam> wrote:
>>>> I thought I had done this before but cant see a way how.
>>>> Am sure I once opened a table and amended some data.
>>>> Anyone know if possible or how, any permissions needed from 10G EM.
>>>> I know I can view the data. I want to amend a few values thats all.
>>>> Normally use toad but am on a 64 bit server. Hence no free toad.
>>> Not really an answer to your question, but what's wrong with
>>> SQL*Plus? I'm not a fan of updating data via a GUI. A mouse-slip,
>>> followed by an auto-commit and you don't know where you are :)
> So you want dumb users to use EM? You want dumb users to work on your 64
> bit SERVER?
> When your dumb users are on a dumb 32 bit client they can use toad, can't
Received on Thu Apr 03 2008 - 08:32:57 CDT