SQLGrid 3



SQLGrid is an interactive query tool for Oracle developers.  This is a SQL Worksheet replacement with a host of additional commands.   SQLGrid provides a way to execute arbitrary SQL or PL/SQL code and also investigate how it is execute and it's resource consumption.


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This is the SQLGrid workspace.  The top pane contains SQL editor with context highlighting.  The bottom pane contains the output and is generated in HTML so you can copy and paste into into Word documents, etc...  Click here to see the HTML report.
The login dialog saves a history of connections.  If you omit a user name and password, a connection will be attempted using NT Authentication.
This screen shot shows the schema browser on the right.  You can use drag-and-drop editing from the browser to the editor. 
The sample output on the bottom shows the execution plan and statistics for the executed query.  Click
here to see the actual HTML report.
This is an example of a describe on a table.  Note that not only is the table described, but also it's constraints, indexes, etc...  Click here to see the full HTML description.
The options dialog allows you to specify how you want SQLGrid to behave.  You can control the contents of the report, the size of the font user to generate the report, where the report is positioned, etc...
This is the Scrapbook dialog.  The scrapbook allows you to build a library of commonly executed queries.  The scrapbook supports drag-and-drop editing.
This is the history window which allows you to review and reuse the queries you've executed.  The history tool also supports drag-and-drop editing.
The analyze tool allows you to analyze tables and their indexes and compute statistics used by the Oracle optimizer to ensure that queries are executed in the most performant manor.
The repair tool utility allows you to repair by compilation, any objects that have become invalid in the current Oracle schema.
Using the statistics tool, you can connect statistic for any query you execute.  This is extremely useful with performing database tuning exercises.
This dialog can be opened from the statistics dialog and allows you to select what statistics you would like to collect from Oracle.