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How to Install and Use PL/SQL Developer 188.8.131.525 on Windows
PL/SQL Developer is a powerful and easy-to-use integrated development environment for Oracle Database. It offers features such as a PL/SQL editor, a worksheet for running queries and scripts, a DBA console for managing the database, a data modeler, and a migration tool for moving your third-party databases to Oracle.
In this article, we will show you how to install and use PL/SQL Developer 184.108.40.2065 on Windows. This version was released on September 12, 2022 and includes bug fixes and enhancements[^2^].
Step 1: Download PL/SQL Developer 220.127.116.115
You can download PL/SQL Developer 18.104.22.1685 from the official website of Oracle[^1^]. There are two downloads available for Windows users:
Windows 64-bit with JDK 11 included: This archive includes both PL/SQL Developer and an embedded copy of the Java 11 Development Kit (JDK). Simply extract the zip to a fresh directory and run the sqldeveloper.exe in the top directory.
Windows 32-bit/64-bit: This archive will work on a 32 or 64 bit Windows OS. The bit level of the JDK you install will determine if it runs as a 32 or 64 bit application. This download does not include the required Oracle Java JDK. You will need to install it if it's not already on your machine.
We recommend using the first option as it is easier and faster to set up.
Step 2: Run PL/SQL Developer 22.214.171.1245
After extracting the zip file, you can run PL/SQL Developer by double-clicking the sqldeveloper.exe file in the top directory. You will see a splash screen and then a welcome page.
If you are using the second option, you may be prompted to enter a JDK path. A valid Java Home on Windows will be similar to C:\\\\Program Files\\\\Java\\\\jdk-11.0.11.
Step 3: Connect to an Oracle Database
To start working with PL/SQL Developer, you need to connect to an Oracle Database. You can do this by clicking the Connect button on the toolbar or by selecting File > New > Connection.
You will see a dialog box where you can enter the connection details such as the username, password, database name, host name, port number, and service name or SID. You can also choose the connection type (Basic, TNS, LDAP, etc.) and test the connection before saving it.
Once you have created a connection, you can see it in the Connections window on the left side of the main window. You can expand it to see the database objects such as tables, views, procedures, functions, packages, etc.
Step 4: Use PL/SQL Developer 126.96.36.1995 Features
PL/SQL Developer offers many features that help you develop and manage your Oracle Database applications. Here are some of them:
PL/SQL Editor: This is where you can write and edit your PL/SQL code with syntax highlighting, code completion, code folding, code templates, code navigation, code beautifier, code analysis, code refactoring, etc.
Worksheet: This is where you can run SQL queries and scripts with result grids, charts, pivot tables, explain plans, autotrace, etc.
DBA Console: This is where you can perform database administration tasks such as creating and modifying users, roles, privileges, tablespaces, datafiles, etc.
Data Modeler: This is where you can design and generate data models with entity-relationship diagrams, logical models, physical models, etc.
Migration Tool: This is where you can migrate your third-party databases such as MySQL, SQL Server, PostgreSQL, etc. to Oracle Database with wizards and tools.
You can access these features from the menu bar or the 061ffe29dd