What's New in Rapid SQL 16.6.x

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Release 16.6.1 features summary

Improved data dictionary lookup and caching

Rapid SQL 16.6.1 benefits from a new data dictionary lookup and caching mechanism resulting in faster population of tree views, drop-down lists, and database object property screen launches.

Performance improvements

Rapid SQL 16.6.1 includes numerous improvements to increase performance.

DB Artisan completes support for Oracle 12c

DB Artisan 16.6.1 now includes complete support for Oracle 12c's advanced security and auditing features.

Release 16.6.0 features summary

Extract and Report Functionality Completed for Oracle Object Types Added in 16.5

Rapid SQL 16.6 is updated to include schema extractions and reporting for the object types added in this release as well as the following object types added but not fully completed in Rapid SQL 16.5:

  • Context
  • Dimensions
  • Policies
  • Policy Groups
  • Queues
  • Queue Tables
  • Refresh Groups
  • Resource Consumer Groups

Supports Additional Oracle Object Types

Rapid SQL also includes support for the following schema object types:

Note: This release does not include the implementation of the following Oracle features:

  • Editions
  • Flashback Archives
  • Pluggable Databases
  • Redaction Policies

Improved Explain Plan Support

Rapid SQL 16.6 now allows you to view Explain Plans using DBMS_XPLAN formatting as well as manage the columns for your query explain plans. Some DBAs can comprehend Explain Plan output faster in the DBMS_XPLAN format rather than in a tree or graphical view. This option in Rapid SQL helps those users improve efficiency and efficacy. When managing which columns appear in the results, an easy-to-use interface allows you to quickly hide/show columns, change the order in which the columns appear in the explain plan, and to save the settings so that you can share with orders who are interested in the same format.

Adds Support for DB2 LUW 11 and Sybase 16

Rapid SQL includes support for DB2 LUW 11 and Sybase 16.

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