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Posted Aug 11, 2003

DreamCoder for Oracle

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From Mentat Technologies]

Is a powerful Integrated Development Environment (IDE) that is specifically focused on the Oracle PL/SQL stored procedures development.

Nowadays, business logic in PL/SQL running on Oracle are equivalent to million of lines of code stored in the server side, so that PL/SQL developers should have available a tool that allow them to make their work faster and easier.

DreamCoder for Oracle supplies to PL/SQL developers with development centralized point that allows them to improve quality and productivity.

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