The Quest® Ask Toad® monthly sessions are in full swing for 2020, and we are presenting a variety of helpful tutorials for database administrators and developers alike. July’s session focuses on how Toad for Oracle Base edition helps developers cope with the pressure to code faster while still producing high-quality PL/SQL that doesn’t break anything or slow down the database.
We all know that poor quality code can have a ripple effect through the database—causing slowdowns that take time, money and resources to resolve. It’s up to developers to ensure their code is clean, but we don’t expect you to do it by hand or on your own. That’s where Toad for Oracle comes in.
View on demand: "Top Five Use Cases for Developers for Toad for Oracle Base Edition"
We understand that developing on Oracle databases poses challenges like finding object references and dependencies in your code, validating code flow and minimizing connections without sacrificing performance.
In this 30-minute Ask Toad session, Gary Jerep, Software Solutions Consultant will demonstrate five use cases, and how Toad for Oracle Base Edition helps developers:
- Quickly find all object references and dependencies in their code
- Guarantee that code is following the correct flows of control
- Identify the most expensive lines in their code
- See how program connections affect database performance
- Automate tasks for greater efficiency and accuracy
Join Gary on demand for this insightful session.
New tutorials the first Thursday of every month
Be on the lookout for a new program on the first Thursday of every month. Each 30-minute session includes step-by-step guidance on an everyday challenge to simplify and streamline your work, followed by a helpful Q&A. So get ready to Ask Toad and learn something new about your favorite database management tool.
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View more Ask Toad 2020 sessions on demand at your convenience
Session 1: Hot Keys, Preferences and Filters, Oh My: Customize Toad to Suit your Style
Hot keys are particularly useful for DBAs who take the same actions every day with Toad for Oracle and may not know that shortcuts exist to streamline them. How to create filters to remove items that you don’t use frequently or don’t need to see will also be presented.
There are plenty of other configurations you might not know about that affect how Toad looks and behaves. The right configurations can save you time, reduce frustration and tedium, and make you friendlier!
In this complimentary session, Mark will cover these settings and offer a few more tips to help you get the most from Toad for Oracle.
Session 2: Five of the most useful DBA features on Toad for Oracle
Watch this demo about some of the many ways to get organized, productive and collaborative and provide insight into five of the most useful DBA features in Toad for Oracle Base Edition – these will definitely make your job easier. He’ll cover how to:
- Automate many Toad and non-Toad functions
- Manage all your scripts from a central location
- Browse, view and edit data across tables regardless of the referential integrity (RI)
- Manage and view all your sessions in a single view
- Generate database documentation easily for all the database objects in multiple databases
Get more from Toad in our "Ask Toad" webcast series – 2019
You can also watch the following sessions from 2019 on demand.
- How Do You Enforce Coding Best Practices in Toad for Oracle? – Ask Toad
- How Can You Simplify & Automate SQL Optimization For Developers in Toad for Oracle? – Ask Toad
- How Do I Reduce Risk by Automating Database Changes? – Ask Toad
- The simple way to convert an Oracle database to a new database – Ask Toad
- Integrate your version control system with Toad – Ask Toad
- How can I recover from an unplanned transaction? – Ask Toad'
- Mapping your PL/SQL dependencies – Ask Toad