Oracle SQL Developer Installation Guide.pdf

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Note: Do not install SQL Developer into an existing sqldeveloper folder. Either delete the existing sqldeveloper folder first, or ensure that the new SQL Developer version is installed into a different location. To install on a Windows system, follow these steps: 1. Go to the Oracle Technology Network page for SQL Developer at http:// . 2. If you do not need or want to install a suitable Java Development Kit (JDK 8 or later), go to step 3. Otherwise, download and install the JDK as follows: a. On the Java SE Development Kit 8 Downloads page ( technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk8-downloads-2133151.html ), in the table of Java SE Development Kits, accept the Oracle Binary Code License Agreement for Java SE. b. Click the link for the download that you need (for example, the Windows x64 link for a Windows 64-bit system). c. Save the file anywhere on your system (such as a "temp" folder). d. Install the JDK (for example, on Windows, double-click the .exe file name and follow the displayed instructions). 3. On the Oracle Technology Network page for SQL Developer at http:// , click the Downloads tab (next to Overview). 4. Read and accept the license agreement. 5. Follow the instructions for downloading and installing SQL Developer. If you are asked to enter the full pathname for the JDK, click Browse and find it. For example, on a Windows system the path might have a name similar to C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_51 . 1. Unzip the SQL Developer file into a folder (directory) of your choice, which will be referred to as <sqldeveloper_install> . Ensure that the Use folder names option is checked when unzipping the file. Unzipping the SQL Developer file causes a folder named sqldeveloper to be created under the <sqldeveloper_install> folder. For example, if you unzip the file Chapter 1 Installing and Starting SQL Developer 1-4
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into C:\ , the folder C:\sqldeveloper is created, along with several subfolders under it. 2. To start SQL Developer, go to <sqldeveloper_install> \sqldeveloper , and double- click sqldeveloper.exe . On Linux systems, type sh sqldeveloper.sh . If you are asked to enter the full pathname for the JDK, click Browse and find java.exe. For example, the path might have a name similar to C:\Program Files\Java \jdk1.8.0_51 . After SQL Developer starts, you can connect to any database by right-clicking the Connections node in the Connections Navigator and selecting New Connection . Alternatively, if you have any exported connections (see Migrating Information from Previous Releases (page 1-6) or Uninstalling SQL Developer (page 1-11)), you can import these connections and use them. You can learn about SQL Developer by clicking Help , then Table of Contents , and reading the help topics under SQL Developer Concepts and Usage .
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