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“Navicat is very important for us to manage our MySQL databases. It is quite easy to use and has very powerful features as, for instance, the query builder. The features we use most are the backup and queries, also in relation with the scheduler. A nice-to-have feature would be a mailer function where, for instance, a result of a query could be sent to a specific user.”

Gilbert Schroeder

Goodyear Luxembourg Tires SA.

“I use Navicat to help with entry. There are approximately 2300 rows, and approx 123 columns for each row of data, it is used daily, I am currently trying to convince the office the benefits of using the MySQL/Navicat combination over other implementations.”

“I enjoy your product very much, I purchased it, and Navicat increase productivity 1000 fold.”

Jonathan Mark Petrush

United States Marine Corps

“I have used Navicat almost daily, and have recommended it to many others in my field. It is by far the best product of its kind on the market. And the price is much lower than I would have expected for such a robust feature rich product.”

Jeff Austin

Division of Biological Sciences, Office of the Dean
University of California, Davis

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Oracle Functions/Procedures

A procedure or function is a schema object that consists of a set of SQL statements and other PL/SQL constructs, grouped together, stored in the database, and run as a unit to solve a specific problem or perform a set of related tasks. Procedures and functions are identical except that functions always return a single value to the caller, while procedures do not. Click to open an object list for Function.

Function Wizard

Click the New Function from the object list toolbar. The Function Wizard will pop up and it allows you to create a procedure/function easily. You are allowed not to show the Function Wizard when create new procedure/function.

  1. Specify the Name of the routine and select the type of the routine: Procedure or Function.
  2. Define the parameter(s) of the procedure/function. Set the parameter Name, Type, Mode and Default Value under corresponding columns.
  3. If you create a function, select the Return Type from the list.

Hint: Once uncheck the Show wizard next time, you can go to Options to enable it.

Definition

The Code Outline window displays information about the function/procedure including parameter, code body, etc. To show the Code Outline window, simply choose View -> Code Outline.

Note: Available only in Full Version.

Hint: To customize the view of the editor and find out more features for sql editing, see Editor Advanced Features.

Result

To run the procedure/function, click Run on the toolbar. If the SQL statement is correct, the statement will be executed and, if the statement is supposed to return data, the DBMS Output tab opens with the data returned by the procedure/function. If an error occurs while executing the procedure/function, execution stops, the appropriate error message is displayed. If the function/procedure requires input parameter, the Input Parameters box will pop up.

Hint: Navicat supports to return 10 resultsets.

Debug (Available only in Full Version)

To debug the function/procedure, click Debug on the toolbar to launch the Oracle Debugger. Enter the Input Parameters if necessary.

You can add/remove breakpoints for debugging by clicking in the grey area beside each statement.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sours: https://www2.navicat.com/manual/online_manual/en/navicat/linux_manual/StoredProcOracle.html
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  • Pros

  • I use navicat daily to connect to all my remote databases, it is very flexible and easy to use, it has many useful features!

  • This software makes Database management a breeze. I use it for Mysql queries, maintenance and scheduled backups and it couldnt be easier

  • Cons

  • Sometimes it can get a bit slow; However, that only happens when very large queries are made. Otherwise the application works just fine.

  • It takes a little while to get used to using this, but It's not that bad. Sometimes the Beautify SQL feature makes a mess.

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  • Pros

  • Graphical user interface is very nice and intuitive

  • Its fast, its efficient, Its easy to use. All the functions and linked up so well and loads fast. No problems with reporting as well.

  • Cons

  • Although the product is very efficient customer support is very often unprepared to solve complex problems

  • It's not exactly aesthetically pleasing but in the large scheme of things not sure if that really matters. It use to run slow and lag but since the update performs so much faster.

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Navicat

Navicat is a series of graphical database management and development software produced by CyberTech Ltd. for MySQL, MariaDB, MongoDB, Oracle, SQLite, PostgreSQL and Microsoft SQL Server. It has an Explorer-like graphical user interface and supports multiple database connections for local and remote databases. Its design is made to meet the needs of a variety of audiences, from database administrators and programmers to various businesses/companies that serve clients and share information with partners.[1][2]

History[edit]

The initial version of Navicat was developed by Mr. Ken Lin in 2001. The main target of the initial version was to simplify the management of MySQL installations. In 2008, Navicat for MySQL was the winner of the Hong Kong ICT 2008 Award of the Year, Best Business Grand Award and Best Business (Product) Gold Award.[3]

Supported platforms and languages[edit]

Navicat is a cross-platform tool and works on Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X and Linux platforms. Upon purchase, users are able to select a language for the software from eleven available languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Japanese, Polish, Russian, Portuguese, Korean, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese.

It supports Linux platform via bundled Wine.

Versions[edit]

Standalone versions[edit]

Officially released in March 2002, the Windows version of Navicat for MySQL became the first product offered to the public by PremiumSoft. Subsequently, the company released two additional versions of Navicat for MySQL on the Mac OS X and Linux operating system in June and October 2003 respectively. In November 2013, added the support of MariaDB.[4][5] PremiumSoft continued to expand their Navicat series by releasing Navicat for PostgreSQL for Windows in October 2005 and then for Mac OS X in June 2006. The Linux version of Navicat for PostgreSQL would not be released until 3 years later in August 2009.[6] In August 2008 Navicat decided to further continue their product line and branch out into the Oracle community, creating Navicat for Oracle for Windows and Mac. In August of the following year they followed up with a version for the Linux Platform.[7] The Oracle version of Navicat supports most of the latest Oracle objects features including Directory, Tablespace, Synonym, Materialized View, Trigger, Sequence, and Type, etc.[8][9] Navicat for SQLite was released for Windows and Mac OS X simultaneously in April 2009, and the Linux version soon followed two months later in June of the same year.[10] In April 2010, Navicat Premium began including Navicat for SQLite starting from version 9 to expand the usability of Navicat Premium.[11] Navicat for SQL Server was released in November 2010 for the Windows platform and Mac OS X. Also at the release, the SQL server version was included in the Premium version of Navicat. In January 2011, support for SQL Azure was added.[12] Navicat for MariaDB was released in November 2013 for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. Also at the release, the MariaDB version was included in both Navicat Premium and Navicat for MySQL.

In 2018, Navicat started to support NoSQL databases. MongoDB is currently the newest addition to the list of server Navicat supports. The new line of product, called Navicat for MongoDB, was released in July 2018 for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. It provides a native environment for MongoDB management and supports the extra features like MapReduce, GridFS Buckets. Also at the release, the MongoDB version was included in Navicat Premium.

Navicat Premium[edit]

In 2009, PremiumSoft released Navicat Premium, a series of Navicat software that combines all previous Navicat versions into a single version and can connect to different database types including MySQL, Oracle, and PostgreSQL simultaneously, allowing users to do data migration between cross databases. Navicat Premium version also supports cross-platform administration, serving Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. In April 2010, version 9 of Navicat Premium was released, which added the connectivity of SQLite database to Navicat Premium, allowing Navicat Premium to connect to MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL and SQLite in a single application. In November 2010, support for Microsoft SQL Server was added. In January 2011, SQL Azure was included. In November 2013, added the support of MariaDB.[11][13] In July 2018, added the support of MongoDB.

Navicat Essentials[edit]

Navicat Essentials was officially released in November 2011. This is a simple Navicat version for commercial use. The Essentials editions of Navicat lack several features found in the Standard/Enterprise editions, including form view, record filtering, visual query building, data modeling and options for import, export and backup of data, etc.[14]

Navicat Data Modeler[edit]

Navicat Data Modeler Windows version was officially released in March 2012. Then, Mac OS X and Linux version were released in May 2012 and June 2012. This is a standalone product for developers to create data models for MySQL, SQL Server, Oracle, PostgreSQL and SQLite databases. Navicat Data Modeler allows users to visually design database structures, perform reverse/forward engineer process, import table structures from ODBC data sources, generate SQL files and print models to files, etc. In June 2015, added the support of MariaDB databases and several features such as Model Conversion, Physical/Logical/Conceptual model types and Navicat Cloud.

Navicat iOS[edit]

In August 2014, PremiumSoft released a new product - Navicat iOS.[15] It is a database administration tool developed for iOS with features included object viewer & designer, query builder & editor, Navicat Cloud,[16] server monitor, etc. MySQL was supported in the first release. Then, Navicat for PostgreSQL iOS version was released in January 2015. In September 2017, Navicat for MariaDB iOS version was released.

Navicat Cloud Collaboration[edit]

Navicat Cloud is a cloud service for users to synchronize their connection settings, queries, models and virtual groups with multiple platforms and devices. A user can share his project to others for collaborating on connection settings, queries and models.

Navicat Monitor[edit]

Navicat Monitor was officially released in April 2018. It is a safe, simple and agentless remote server monitoring tool and supports to monitor MySQL, MariaDB and cloud databases. Users can access Navicat Monitor from anywhere via a web browser. The main features of Navicat Monitor including real-time instance performance monitoring, alert notification, query analyzer, replications monitoring.

Features[edit]

Navicat's features include:

  • code snippet
  • visual query-builder
  • SSH and HTTP tunneling[2]
  • data and structure migration and synchronization
  • import and export and backup of data
  • report builder
  • data modeling
  • task scheduling and wizards tool

There are differences in the features available across operating systems.[17][18][19][20][21][22][23]

Navicat is also compatible with forks of MySQL such as Drizzle, OurDelta, and Percona.[17]

Navicat supports Cloud Databases like Amazon RDS, Amazon Aurora, Amazon Redshift, SQL Azure, Oracle Cloud, Google Cloud and Alibaba Cloud.[17][18][19][20][22][23]

[edit]

Navicat Community provides a flexible environment for Navicat users to post questions, share experiences and solutions. It includes forum discussions, blog articles, tutorial videos and Wiki FAQ.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Navicat

Navicat oracle

Oracle Packages

Packages are encapsulated collections of related procedures, stored functions, and other program objects stored together in the database. Package bodies, specified subsequently, defines these objects. An package consists of two parts: a specification and a body. Click -> Package to open an object list for Package.

The Code Outline window displays information about the package/package body including function, procedure, parameter, code body, etc. To show the Code Outline window, simply choose View -> Code Outline.

Note: Available only in Full Version.

Package's Definition

Enter the package's definition. After saving the package, you can edit the Package Body. Just click New Package Body or Design Package Body to open the Package Body Designer.

Hint: To customize the view of the editor and find out more features for sql editing, see Editor Advanced Features.

Package Body's Definition

Enter the package body's definition. To edit the Package Specification, click Design Package Specification to open the Package Designer.

Hint: To customize the view of the editor and find out more features for sql editing, see Editor Advanced Features.

Result

To run the package click Run on the toolbar. If the SQL statement is correct, the statement will be executed and, if the statement is supposed to return data, the DBMS Output tab opens with data returned by the package. If an error occurs while executing the package, execution stops, the appropriate error message is displayed. Select the function/procedure and enter the parameter(s) if the function/procedure has input parameter(s).

Debug (Available only in Full Version)

To debug the package click Debug on the toolbar to launch the Oracle Debugger. Select the function/procedure and enter the parameter(s) if the function/procedure has input parameter(s).

You can add/remove breakpoints for debugging by clicking in the grey area beside each statement.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sours: https://www2.navicat.com/manual/online_manual/en/navicat/linux_manual/PackagesOracle.html
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Oracle Views

Views are useful for allowing users to access a set of relations (tables) as if it were a single table, and limiting their access to just that. Views can also be used to restrict access to rows (a subset of a particular table). Click to open an object list for View.

You can create a view shortcut by right-click a view in the Object List pane and select Create Open View Shortcut from the pop-up menu. This option is used to provide a convenient way for you to open your view directly without activating the main Navicat.

Button

Description

Preview
Preview the result of the view.
Explain
Show the Query Plan of the view.
Beautify SQL
Format the codes with the Beautify SQL settings in Editor.

Note: You can choose to show the Result tab below the editor or in a new tab by selecting View -> Show Result -> Below Query Editor or In a New Tab.

View Builder (Available only in Full Version)

View Builder allows you to build views visually. It allows you to create and edit views without knowledge of SQL. See Query Builder for details.

Definition

You can edit the view definition as SQL statement (SELECT statement it implements).

Hint: To customize the view of the editor and find out more features for sql editing, see Editor Advanced Features.

Advanced Properties

Restrict Query
Specify the name. If you omit this identifier, then Oracle automatically assigns a name of the form SYS_Cn, where n is an integer that makes the constraint name unique within the database.

Read Only
Indicate that the table or view cannot be updated.

Check option
Indicate that Oracle Database prohibits any changes to the table or view that would produce rows that are not included in the subquery.

Force On Create
Check this option if you want to create the view regardless of whether the base tables of the view or the referenced object types exist or the owner of the schema containing the view has privileges on them.

View Viewer

View Viewer displays the view data as a grid. Data can be displayed in two modes: Grid View and Form View. See Table Viewer for details.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sours: https://www2.navicat.com/manual/online_manual/en/navicat/win_manual/ViewsOracle.html

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