Friday, August 8, 2008

Navicat for Oracle Lite (beta version) is released

We are happy to tell that Navicat for Oracle Lite (beta version) is released today!

This new version supports connection to Oracle 9i or above and is available for Windows and Mac OS X.

As the newest member to the Navicat family,?this Oracle Lite Version?has?included most of the Navicat’s basic?features and remained to be simple to learn and simple to use. During the beta period,?we welcome users’ feedback on the product features and functionalities, which can help us to improve the software?over time.
About Navicat for Oracle Lite Version
Navicat for Oracle is a powerful Oracle Database Server administration and development tool. It works with any Oracle version from 9i and supports all Oracle objects including Directory, Tablespace, Synonym, Materialized View, Trigger, Sequence, Type, etc. With its well-designed Graphical User Interface (GUI) and stepwise wizard system, Navicat for Oracle lets you quickly and easily create, organize, access and share information in a secure and easy way.
Management for Oracle objects is very comprehensive. ?With Table Designer, users can create, edit and drop table? fields, indexes, foreign keys, checks, triggers, privileges such operations. ?It allows users to create, edit and drop directories, tablespaces, publice database links, public synonyms, database links, indexes, materialized views, materialized view logs, packages, sequences, synonyms, triggers and types.Navicat for Oracle Lite version providesthree connection modes to the Oracle server: 1) connection through the Oracle Call Interface (OCI) in Basic mode, 2) alias entry from a tnsnames.ora file in TNS mode and 3) direct connection over TCP/IP in Direct mode. It alsosupports connection established with SSH Tunneling.Other features in Navicat for Oracle Lite Version include Visual User Manager, SQL Console and SQL Preview in Table View.

To download this beta version, please visit:?
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