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KeepTool 8 family gathers together three Oracle productivity tools,
each addressing a specific purpose and available separately. But each
of the three products - Hora, ER Diagrammer und PL/SQL Debugger - is
also designed to work with the other two, and shares a common design
philosophy. Our goal is to make our products easy and intuitive to use.
KeepTool 8 is updated many times each year to enhance its existing
functionality and to incorporate new features of the Oracle database.
is KeepTool's flagship product for viewing and manipulating Oracle
databases, and accommodates a variety of users. Primarily designed for
both DBA's and developers, it can also help end users query data and
generate simple reports. Thanks to its intuitive interface and the
ability to preview SQL before execution, Hora does not require that you
read the manual before using it.
Its object-oriented navigation system takes you to any database function within a few clicks.
is compact. Everything you need to work with the database is in a
single tool. Start-up time and resource usage are minimal.
which follows the design and usability principles of the full version
of Hora, makes viewing and modifying tables, and producing simple or
complex queries, something that end users can do for themselves with
KeepTool's Entity Relationship Diagrammer
shows the tables and their relationships to each other systematically,
according to the IDEF1X standard. ER Diagrammer can create an
entity-relationship diagram from an existing database. Optionally, for
a complex database, ER Diagrammer can generate diagrams for specific
portions that you can select. Usually, the result will picture the
tables in a manner that shows relationships with all parent tables to
the left. If you prefer, you can rearrange the tables differently, and
the connectors will follow along. The image can then be saved in a file
for future display.
You can also use ER Diagrammer in conjunction
with Hora, the parent of the KeepTool 8 family, to generate a data
model for a new database. Simply use Hora to define tables—adding,
dropping and renaming columns where necessary; then use ER Diagrammer
to create a graphic view of your data model.
8's PL/SQL Debugger gives you, the PL/SQL developer, all you need to
test and debug code. You can set breakpoints and define watches for
variables. Breakpoint lines are color-coded and can be removed or reset
at will. In addition to the source display, there are separate windows
that display watched variables, breakpoints and the call stack.
Debugger has been designed with the same emphasis on usability as Hora.
This ensures that both tools are closely integrated. Using Hora and the
Debugger together, you will be on your way to creating to creating
efficient PL/SQL code.
since 18-Jan-2010 UniCode support (UTF-16)
New filter row in data contents, SQL query result set, Overview grids and connect dialog grid allows fast filtering.
New Diagram View page for Data Contents and SQL Result allows you to show different chart views of your data.
New Tree View page for Data Contents and SQL Result allows you to show hierarchical data as tree view
Connect dialog remembers OCI.DLL for each server and connection.
Reverse/DDL allows you to select the schema to being reverse engineered.
on DB object browser (editor component) to change between alphabetic
and logical column order. Table or column comment for selected node is
shown in a new text box below the tree view
Users page shows a
checkbox column that unveils DBA privilege. Users with DBA privilege
are listed in red font, locked user accounts in gray.
New Oracle 11g related information on Users page:
password (such as tiger for scott) according to dba_users_with_defpwd
dictionary view Checkbox for SYS_ASM login privilege Password versions
shows security rules for database users that have been migrated from
10g to 11g
New Oracle 10g and 11g related information on Tablespace page:
Checkbox for Default table compression
Undo tablespace retention Checkbox "Big file"
Predicate Evaluation (Host/Storage)
Compress for (by default for what kind of operations)
For Oracle 11g database the triggers list on the tables page shows a new detail grid with firing order definitions.
can now tab-switch between session and system parameters on the
Database-Parameters page. The context dialog to change parameters shows
valid parameters in a combo box from v$parameter_valid_values as far as
it is accessible regarding database version and privileges.
Support for read only constraints on views added.
Show DDL command for policies on schema page
PLSQL type dependency view similar to PLSQL package/procedure dependency sheet
Error messages from import wizard dialog are dumped to dbms_output window. This allows an unlimited number of errors to be read
Show DDL and Drop Role context menu operations are now available to a selection of multiple grid rows.
Tablespaces | Segements page shows pie diagram view of tablespace utilization by user.
Performance|Disk I/O view now includes tempfiles.
Connect dialog shows new custom category for grouping by such as server location, project name, etc.
| Disabled Constraints page renamed to Not Validated Constraints. It
shows both disabled and not validated constraints. A new column Enabled
allows you to filter either of them.
New page Schema | Dependencies shows relations with and dependencies from other schemes.
The HTML documentation generator now makes use of a modal connect dialog.
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