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Amend and udate data using 10G EM ?

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GPD
I thought I had done this before but cant see a way how.

Am sure I once opened a table and amended some data.

Anyone know if possible or how, any permissions needed from 10G EM.

PS

I know I can view the data. I want to amend a few values thats all.
Normally use toad but am on a 64 bit server. Hence no free toad.
Mar 31 '08 #1
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GPD
No Bank of America is not one of them, Use to be a long long time ago.

And to be fair the only data they are trying to change is Evironmental
paramrters for server names etc No acount information can be accessed at
this level.

eg when moving from a live to test server, or Dr server. or parallel server
thats being upgraded.

IT is not retail and is mainly a bank to bank , corporate system.

"joel garry" <jo********@home.comwrote in message
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On Apr 3, 7:25 am, "Shakespeare" <what...@xs4all.nlwrote:
"GPD" <j...@thedawes.gotadsl.co.uk.nospamschreef in
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I WISH SOMEONE WOULD JUST ANSWER THE QUESTION
In a nutshell.
Basically I work for a company that supplies back office sofware to
large
banks.
Some foreign banks, and the foreign brnaches of Taiwanese banks are in
mind dont have IT staff, or DB staff, if there is a problem they pick up
the phone and say "Ehlo, we hav proberlem with systam knot werking.
must help now."
Explaining clicks is easier than sql statements.
If we are lucky we have remote access but not always.
They have a GUI tools to viewdata called TOAD under WIndows 2000 and
Oracle 8.
Head office and audt department then tell branches to go Windows 2003
and
Oracle 10 for security and other internal issues beyond my control.
So a few have gone 64 bit 2003/10G.
Customer still expects a GUI style data access.
Sounds like you need to interface with your and your customers'
security, auditing and compliance departments to put this in an
endless cycle of meetings and feasibility studies. To properly scope
customer expectations, of course.
>
"Shakespeare" <what...@xs4all.nlwrote in message
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"GPD" <j...@thedawes.gotadsl.co.uk.nospamschreef in bericht
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Nothing.
>But I deal with dumb non technical users. And telling them what to
click
is easier than asking them to run queries.
>Just they were to use toad and expect somethign similar on 64 bit.
>"gazzag" <gar...@jamms.orgwrote in message
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On 31 Mar, 15:34, "GPD" <j...@thedawes.gotadsl.co.uk.nospamwrote:
I thought I had done this before but cant see a way how.
>>>Am sure I once opened a table and amended some data.
>>>Anyone know if possible or how, any permissions needed from 10G EM.
>>>PS
>>>I know I can view the data. I want to amend a few values thats all.
Normally use toad but am on a 64 bit server. Hence no free toad.
>>Not really an answer to your question, but what's wrong with
SQL*Plus? I'm not a fan of updating data via a GUI. A mouse-slip,
followed by an auto-commit and you don't know where you are :)
SQL!rm -rf ~ /* .lst 2>/dev/null
SQLselect 'uh-oh' from dual;
>
>>-g
So you want dumb users to use EM? You want dumb users to work on your
64
bit SERVER?
When your dumb users are on a dumb 32 bit client they can use toad,
can't
they?
Shakespeare

Large banks without IT staff, manipilating data with Toad ...aaarggh, I
hope
they don't take over my bank.
Head office and audt department then tell branches to go Windows 2003
and
Oracle 10 for security and other internal issues beyond my control.

Don't make me laugh: SECURITY??? Dumb users using TOAD?
Well of course, on the surface, that looks like asking to allow Jérôme
Kerviel to modify account totals without balancing, but hopefully they
have auditing and reconciliation reports that will let them fix any
problems created. It's weird being both an optimist and a paranoid
chicken-little, let me tell you.
>
IF THEY HAVE ONLY 1 (ONE, UNO, EIN, UNE) CLIENT PC OR LAPTOP IN THEIR
NETWORK (AND DON'T TELL ME THEY DON'T HAVE NETWORKS EITHER) THEY CAN STILL
USE TOAD AND MAKE A CONNECTION TO THE SERVER. THE BITS OF THE SERVER DON'T
MATTER! AND WHY DOESN'T A BANK BUY LEGITIMATE, SUPPORTED SOFTWARE, BUT USE
FREE TOAD???
I thought Quest will take your money for toad? They do appear to have
a request for quote button on their page. Maybe they have 64 bit
already? I wouldn't know.
>
AND STOP TOP POSTING PLEASE.

Shoutspeare
LOL!

jg
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