Oct 31, 2019 6:00:00 AM by John Dorlon
Toad® for Oracle 13.2 was in beta for about a year. During that time, we made lots of improvements! Since today it's Halloween, and this is Toad 13, I chose 13 improvements to share with you today.
A GUI front-end for the popular open source unit testing suite, utPLSQL. Create and run unit tests, and review test results.
You can now define default audit, encryption, and redaction policy options, as well as custom user-defined severity categories, to individual sensitive data rules. Once defined, those policies can then be applied to a group of columns by selecting the columns in question and selecting “Apply Default Policies”. This allows you to set up policies on multiple columns at once rather than individually.
Main Menu: View -> Toad Options -> Sensitive Data
Main Menu: Database -> Report -> Sensitive Data Protection Search
These windows have an updated look. Here’s a screen shot of the new Alter Table window (there are about 40 others!)
Main Menu: Database -> Create -> Table
Analyze Objects has a new, easy-to-use workflow, and is now supported in the Automation Designer.
Main Menu: Database -> Optimize -> Analyze Objects
That's it for now. Toad for Oracle 13.2 is available now in all Toad for Oracle editions.
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Written by John Dorlon