5 Ways to Use DBHawk Web-Based Oracle Tools
Oracle database management and development can be easier with DBHawk, a web-based online SQL reporting and client tool for Oracle and other platforms like MySQL, SQL Server, and SAP HANA. It is easy to use DBHawk Oracle client tools to manage or develop databases using your web browser. Hence, there is no need to install the Oracle client into any computer, and database development and management can be conducted from anywhere, and DBAs, developers, users, and managers can access their Oracle databases quickly. Here’s how to use DBHawk Oracle client tools:
- Use the data browser and column manager – DBHawk comes with an online Oracle data browser that lets you filter data, view database table data, and count the total rows in a table. Using the column manager, you can view column details, add new columns, and change table columns.
- Use the data editor for a variety of functions – The online editor lets you update, insert, delete, and create data. Likewise, it lets you update CLOB and BLOB data.
- Import and export data using DBHawk – An online exporting data feature lets you export data from tables into file types like HTML and CSV, as well as PDF and INSERT formats. You may import any CSV data directly into the tables, too. DBHawk can parse the input CSV data columns and the display column mappings between the uploaded CSV file data columns and table columns. You can save the import as a job and make it run at regular intervals after a successful import.
- Search data using the index client tool – Table indexes enable a better way to search table data. With DBHawk, you can view details such as index type, uniqueness, columns, statistics, and tablespace name. You can add new by applying a new index screen, and preview the SQL before creating the index.
- Enforce rules efficiently on columns using the constraints manager – With DBHawk, you have a web-based constraints manager for Oracle to enforce rules on data columns on every table. Using that, you can view details on table constraints, particularly the type, status, name, and columns.
Learn more about the way to use DBHawk Oracle client tools and the benefits of the SQL builder and online Oracle SQL editor at the live demos available at the Datasparc online.