dbForge Studio supports:
Following SQL*Plus commands are supported:
Added fully customizable keyboard mapping schemes.
DDL generation is now highly customizable. You can tune DDL generation with plenty of options.
The number of database objects which can be created with visual editors has increased. Here is the list of newly supported schema objects:
Schema objects in the Database Explorer now have folders ‘Depends on’ and ‘Used by’. You can access to object dependants and references through these folders. You can now also easily compile object dependants and references.
dbForge Studio now allows you to view and edit comments for tables, views, materialized views, table and view columns.
Code Templates window now allows you to preview code templates. Code templates are now not organized in folders in the completion list and can be inserted with typing template shortcut and pressing the TAB key.
Schema Export Wizard provides you flexible export of a database or of some database objects to a script. Schema export can be tuned with a lot of options. You can export objects’ structure, tables’ data or both of them. Schema Import Wizard can import database from a script in a few clicks.
New Database Project Wizard allows you to create new Oracle project easily and to import existing database objects to the new project.
Find Object window design enhanced. Added full-text search in the non-source objects and data search in tables and views.
Session manager was improved. Cursor list now contains first part of SQL for each cursor and allows you to view the entire SQL text. Session statistics can now be filtered.
Database Explorer now stores navigation history. Different icons are available for different types of tables and folders. Column type and size can be displayed in the Database Explorer.
Now, dbForge Studio loads Start Page on startup, that provides fast access to the recent projects, common tasks, dbForge Studio online resources and help topics.