• Question: Q: Oracle Database 11g installation in Mac OS Sierra. Hi All, I am new in mac world specially in laptop, I would request you to help me in setting up Oracle Database as I bought new Mac book pro and willing to start doing development. What do i need to do to install Oracle Database 11g. I am not aware of if sierra do support Oracle?
  • The following section contains information about the issue related to Oracle Database Instant Client 12 c: Pro.C Does Not Support C99 Headers. The Pro.C parser fails to recognize C99 headers on Apple Mac OS X El Captain, Apple Mac OS X Yosemite, and Apple Mac OS X Mavericks. This issue has no workaround.

Oracle Database 10g and Oracle JDeveloper 10g Are Now Shipping

With the certification of Oracle Database 10g on Mac OS X Server and Oracle JDeveloper 10g on Mac OS X, Oracle and Apple deliver a flexible, affordable and easy-to-manage enterprise database platform that is ideal for developing and deploying grid computing solutions.

Here are major reasons to develop and deploy Oracle Database 10g on Mac OS X Server.

Macs are for serious computing and storage.

Oracle Database 10g Release 2, Oracle SQL Developer, and Oracle JDeveloper are fully certified on Mac OS X. Turn your Mac into a full-fledged development environment and deploy Xserve-based grids. How to install Oracle 12c Database on Mac OSX. Oracle no longer has a database product certified for MacOS. There was an older version you could run on MacOS some years ago but that version is no longer readily available.

Apple provides a wide range of products that enable IT organisations to develop and deploy enterprise caliber solutions. Based on the 64-bit PowerPC G5 processor, Apple’s Xserve G5 is a powerful 1U server, ideal for scale-out grid computing applications. As highlighted in Oracle’s Resilient Low-Cost Storage Initiative, Apple’s Xserve RAID provides massive storage capacity in a rack-optimized enclosure.

The PowerBook G4 is the perfect notebook for system administration as well as for application development, while the Power Mac G5 delivers 64-bit processing power with the flexibility of using the widescreen 30-inch Apple Cinema Display.

Macs provide a powerful, UNIX-based platform that is open at the source.

Mac OS X combines the latest open source technologies with Apple’s industry-leading manageability and ease of use. The power and simplicity of Mac OS X are a reflection of Apple’s operating system strategy, one that favors open industry standards over proprietary technologies.

It begins with a UNIX-based foundation, with the Mach microkernel and the latest advances from BSD. This core operating system, known as Darwin, provides a stable, high-performance platform for developing groundbreaking applications and system technologies. As Mac OS X continues to redefine the desktop computer operating system, Mac OS X Server delivers industry-leading services to mixed-platform environments.

Mac OS X is the ideal IT development platform.

Whatever development environment you prefer — Java, X11, Tcl/Tk, Perl or other scripting languages — with Mac OS X you can have your favorite cross-platform development tools and your preferred productivity applications running on the same UNIX-based machine. All of the software that runs on your laptop, runs on your server.

Mac OS X is a superior development platform that includes a robust set of developer tools allowing you to develop and test cross-platform applications. With the depth and maturity of the UNIX-based foundation of Mac OS X and the large number of tools that are shared across many other platforms like Linux and Solaris (and even Windows), you have a rich toolbox for creating cross-platform applications.

As the only mass-market desktop computer to bundle Java 2, Mac OS X’s highly-optimized and fully-standard Java implementation makes Mac OS X the ideal platform for developing and deploying Java applications. All of the popular IDEs run on Mac OS X, including JDeveloper. For server development, Mac OS X Server now includes the popular JBoss application server, as well as Apache Tomcat, making development and deployment of J2EE applications easier than ever.

With its open source core based on BSD, built-in support for the X11 Windowing System, IPv6, Kerberos integration, Mac OS X is perfect for UNIX development. All of the tools and utilities you need are included in Mac OS X: editors, file management tools, shell scripts and scripting languages.

Mac OS X works in your existing Windows or Unix networks.

Mac OS X includes the major networking protocols for accessing every major server platform, including Windows, Linux and UNIX. You can browse Windows networks right from the Finder, as well as easily communicate with UNIX NFS file servers and interoperate with LDAP directory services.

One number to call.

Apple delivers a complete solution — from the operating system to the hardware to support. If you have questions, you only need to call one company.

Over 12,000 applications are available for Mac OS X and the number continues to grow.

Mac OS X is the only UNIX-based environment that natively runs Microsoft Office, Oracle 11i, Lotus Notes, PeopleSoft, Novell GroupWise and thousands of other enterprise and consumer applications, all side by side with traditional command-line, X11, web and Java applications. And the number of applications for Mac OS X keeps on growing.

Apple hardware and software offer tremendous value.

Here are just a few examples: Xserve G5 includes an unlimited client license of Mac OS X Server — you can serve thousands of users without spending additional thousands in licensing fees. Xserve RAID, with a cost of just over $2 per gigabyte, offers a breakthrough price/performance standard for storage deployments in Windows, Linux and Mac operating environments.

Xsan delivers an advanced storage area networking (SAN) solution at a fraction of the price of competing systems. And the Power Mac G5 offers dual 64-bit G5 processing power and phenomenal expandability at an extremely competitive price.

The Oracle database query tool features provided by RazorSQL include a custom Oracle database browser tailored to Oracle, a PL/SQL SQL editor with Oracle and PL/SQL specific features and syntax highlighting, Oracle import and export tools, custom Oracle GUI and visual tools, and Oracle specific database administration tools. Listed below are more details on these features.

  • A GUI Oracle create table tool that generates Oracle specific create table SQL that includes such elements as column names, column types, column lengths or precisions, column scales, nullability, unique constraints, default values, and the ability to add check constraints.
  • Oracle Database Backup Tools for backing up entire Oracle schemas or single Oracle tables.
  • A Oracle create view tool that generates the SQL for creating Oracle views
  • An Oracle create index tool that generates the SQL for creating Oracle indexes and includes elements such as index name, uniqueness, and columns
  • An Oracle create sequence tool that generates the SQL for creating Oracle sequences
  • An Oracle create procedure tool for generating the PL/SQL to create Oracle procedures
  • An Oracle create function tool for generating the PL/SQL to create Oracle functions
  • An Oracle create trigger tool for generating the PL/SQL to create Oracle triggers
  • Oracle tools for creating Oracle packages and package bodies
  • An Oracle alter table tool for generating the SQL to alter Oracle tables with such options as add column, add primary key, add foreign key, add constraint, add sequence trigger, rename table, rename column, drop column, drop primary key, drop foreign key, and drop constraint
  • An Oracle alter view tool for generating the SQL to alter Oracle views
  • SQL Drop Tools for dropping tables, views, indexes, sequences, procedures, functions, triggers, packages, and package bodies for Oracle
  • A GUI edit table tool for visually editing Oracle tables in a spreadsheet format
  • Tools for editing procedures, functions, packages, package bodies, and triggers for Oracle.
  • Oracle Import and Export tools for importing data into tables, or exporting data from single tables or all tables in a database
  • An Oracle SQL Explain Plan tool
  • An Oracle CLOB Editor
  • An Oracle BLOB Editor
  • See the Oracle Database Management Tool page for more information on management features
  • Displays information in a tree format for schemas, tables, views, procedures, functions, triggers, packages, package bodies, indexes, constraints, sequences, materialized views, materialized view logs, and clusters.
  • Displays Oracle table information such as column name, column type, column length, column nullability, and primary and foreign key information
  • An Oracle View DDL option for viewing the create table SQL for tables and the DDL for other Oracle objects such as views, indexes, procedures, etc.
  • Easily view table contents or database object information via the View Contents and Show Info context menu options

Edit SQL and PL/SQL scripts. Run SQL queries. Auto column and auto table lookup. Supports over 20 programming languages including SQL, PHP, HTML, XML, Java, and more.

Import data from various formats such as delimited files, Excel spreadsheets, and fixed width files.

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Export data in various formats such as delimited files, Excel spreadsheets, text, HTML, XML, and SQL insert statements.

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Edit tables in a spreadsheet format with support for finding and replacing data, automatic generation of SQL, and support for editing multi-line data.

Easily build select, insert, delete, and update SQL queries. Build multi-table joins.

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Convert database tables from Oracle to other database types and from other database types to Oracle.

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