Ok...I'm working with my QC group and would like them to start using TOAD. For those that are not that familiar with SQL it seems like a faily simple tool to use. I need any documentation or personal comments about using it. I'm going to give a presentation on it in a few weeks. Thanks for any and all help!
TOAD, where would I be without you? I have been using TOAD since February and would agree with the statement that it is an easy tool to use. But, I would recommend some SQL knowledge. Using the Schema Browser is useful for small tables, but if your table contains more than a couple hundred records, it becomes very unwieldy.
Cyberentomological Detection, Prevention, and Eradication Specialist
<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by E-Quality: Does TOAD needs documentation? It is quite intuitive. <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
OH - that hurt!! EVerything needs documentation my friend!
Actually I've used Toad a little myself. Not a bad tool, and it is pretty intuitive. Funny thing during my Y2K testing. It was dictated that we use Toad. Well, unbeknowst to the test team, all the company had was the 30 freebie/eval copy. Shouldn't normally have been a problem, but in April of 1999, we were advancing our servers time by 9 months.... Ooops!
Jean James, CSTE
J.James Consulting, Inc.