December 6, 2011
Devart is glad to release the new improved version of
dbForge Studio for Oracle, v 3.1.
We've analyzed user feedbacks received after the release of the completely redesigned
dbForge Studio and defined prior points for further development of the product.
As a result we've devoted the new release of dbForge Studio for Oracle to improving
the possibilities for users who work with PL/SQL code and data. And in addition
we've improved the application performance and added support for Win-x64 platform.
150 improvements in the code autocompletion system
We've made nearly 150 changes and improvements in the dbForge Studio for Oracle
component that helps users edit PL/SQL code. Among them:
SQL document works with additional PL/SQL file types:
Data export to SQL statements
Convenient work with result sets of several SELECT queries
If there is more than one SELECT statement in a document, after execution query
results will be displayed on separate tabs in the Data window.
Such approach allows working with each data set independently.
Editing data of object fields
The new product version provides possibility to edit data in object fields in tables
using a pop-up editor.
Support for editing temporary tables
There is a capability to create and edit temporary tables in Table Editor.
Document Outline window for code navigation is improved
More convenient working with query execution plan
Win-x64 Native Support
Now the application does not require 32-bit Oracle client software installed when
working with 64-bit Windows operating system - the application works with 64-bit
Oracle client software.
Consumers can give the updated dbForge Studio for Oracle a test drive by downloading
the free Express edition or the 30-day trial Professional edition at the product
download page. dbForge Studio
license price starts at $149.95.
To leave feedback, users can go to the
dbForge Studio for Oracle feedback page. The Devart team is looking forward
to receiving any comments and suggestions.