Re: IDE for Oracle database

i was asked at my last assignment (so what developer tools you need), my
statement: command line on unix server and vi.

enough said :)

joe


> Fabio Miranda Hamburger apparently said,on my timestamp of 22/06/2004
> 2:57 AM:
>
>> I wonder what is the most standar IDE for enviroments running oracle
>> database.
>
> There is no such animal as the most standard IDE.
> You use whatever you fancy.
>
>> many pl/sql editors ads but I need an interface that allows me to
>> create object code that connects to oracle database and performs
>> queries, show them in a grid and so on; database connectivity from a
>> client application.
>
>
> In a word:  JDeveloper.
> A free download from Oracle.
>
> Or Toad, if you prefer two-tier tools.
>
> --
> Cheers
> Nuno Souto
> in sunny Sydney, Australia
> dbvision@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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