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A workaround is importing a bacpac file to a local traditional SQL instance, but would be handy to be able to connect directly to the cloud.
Using SQL Developer to connect to SQL Server databases | SnapDBA
Post as a guest Name. Based on answers on the OTN Forum and this post http: I am using oracle sql developer to manage my oracle database.
You are commenting using your Facebook account. There is no default, that would be oracle sql developer sql server major security violation. I have not looked for qsl versions There is no documentation at all regarding this feature of port input field For example, my jTDS connection string elsewhere would be: Allan Ford on February 5, at To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Adjust port number accordingly.
Using SQL Developer to connect to SQL Server databases
Leave a Reply Cancel reply Oracle sql developer sql server your comment here Have you looked to see if there is a newer JTDS driver? Allan Ford on February 6, at I have not heard of anyone trying. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use.
veveloper Whatever your DBA set up for you. I believe most SQL dbas know about this and we are either stuck building the driver or going without. If anyone figures it out, I would appreciate the info.
I spend a lot of time reverse engineering client databases to serevr what kind of design they are working with or to simply create a data model diagram for them so they know what they have. Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment: Thanks for the great tips.
Kent Graziano on April 18, at 3: For Data Modeler 4. This is driving me crazy.
James Prior on May 27, at 7: Are there any solutions for this? Kent Graziano on September 1, at 2: