2015-11-23

Update for PL/SQL Cop and PL/SQL Analyzer

Some people asked me to announce the availability of new versions of products on my web site. I guess a blog entry and a Twitter announcement should do the job. Today I’ve released the following three updates: PL/SQL Cop 1.0.16 PL/SQL Cop for SQL Developer 1.0.12 PL/SQL Analyzer 1.0.7 These products are always affected […]
2015-05-17

Introducing PL/SQL Unwrapper for SQL Developer

I’m using from time to time the free service Unwrap it! or Niels Teusink’s Python script unwrap.py to unwrap PL/SQL code. Recently I’m confronted more with wrapped code since a customer is about to migrate to a new banking platform which is using wrapped PL/SQL code extensively. While investigating migration errors we experienced that unwrapping […]
2015-05-05

Cannot Install Extensions in SQL Developer 4 on Mac OS X

Today I could not install any SQL Developer extension on my Mac OS X machine. I did not get an error message during the installation. After a restart of SQL Developer the extension simply was missing. When I tried to re-install it – selecting “Check for updates…” in the “Help” menu – I’ve got the […]
2014-05-22

Ready for Oracle 12c

The Oracle 12c grammar is now supported in the new versions of the Trivadis CodeChecker, CodeChecker for SQL Developer and CodeAnalyzer. The following example code, copied from a colleague at Trivadis, shows how to insert rows while querying a view. This might not be the most appropriate way to implement auditing, but it shows in a […]
2014-04-30

Trivadis PL/SQL & SQL CodeChecker for SQL Developer Released

A half a year ago Trivadis released a command line utility to scan code within a directory tree for guideline violations of the Trivadis PL/SQL & SQL Coding Guidelines Version 2.0. This is tool is perfectly suited to process millions of lines of code, but an integration into Oracle SQL Developer was missing until […]