TOAD Pocket Reference for Oracle

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"O'Reilly Media, Inc.", 2002 - Computers - 120 pages
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The Tool for Oracle Application Developers (TOAD) is a popular graphical user interface for the Oracle database that allows programmers to build, test, debug, an format their code within an interactive development environment. With the easy-to-use TOAD interface, changes that once took hours can be done in just minutes. TOAD allows developers to browse their database tables, procedures and object types, use code templates, and shows errors. It also simplifies database administration by providing a way for DBAs to graphically browse and change database characteristics.

The only book in print for the current version of TOAD (7.4), theTOAD Pocket Reference for Oracle, provides Oracle developers and DBAs with quick reference to TOAD?s main features, shortcut keys, recommended changes to options, and productivity tips and tricks. The book covers:

  • An introduction to TOAD and its main program functions
  • How to customize TOAD and change its options to suit your work environment
  • SQL Editor (and data grid)
  • Procedure Editor
  • PL/SQL Debugger
  • Schema Browser
  • TOAD-DBA module (add-on module)
Written by TOADman (Jim McDaniel, the creator of TOAD) and Patrick McGrath, this book provides a concise pocket-sized guide that?s easy to carry anywhere. Developers and DBAs will find theTOAD Pocket Reference for Oraclean indispensable companion.
 

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known as TOADman to his many admirers, the developer of TOAD is a cult hero in the Oracle world. When he speaks at conferences, his sessions are mob scenes. He is revered on the Web for his helpful postings. Jim is now the lead support for the commercial version of TOAD which is marketed by Quest Software.

is a technical marketing representative at Quest Software.

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