By Adriana Garjoaba-Oracle on Apr 09, 2015
Written by Eugene Simos
With the latest early adopter release of the SQL Developer, it's possible to browse your NoSQL datastores.We will use the BigData lite virtualbox appliance, and the latest early adopter SQL Developer, to demonstrate this feature.
The receipt is very simple:
1) Download the virtualbox Big Data lite appliance from:
Follow the instructions to assemble the bits of the virtualbox into one single "ova" file. Import this file into your virtualbox installation, create the BigData lite VM and start it.
2) Download the Oracle SQL Developer 4.1 EA2 (220.127.116.11.37) release from:
I used the "Other Platforms" distribution (see below image). Download the Java 8 JDK (see below image).
3) Upload the SQL developer and the jdk to the virtualbox BigData Lite VM.
4) Install the jdk8 and the SQL Developer 4.1 into their own directories (I created a stage directory into an Oracle user home directory).
5) Start the NoSQL services from the panel of the virtualbox as below:
Start your SQL Developer 4.1 EA2 instance, from your installation directory.
Then in the right tab on the NoSQL connection, right click the link NoSQL connections.
Then provide all the connectivity information to your NoSQL store. In our case, the out-of-the box NoSQL installation is using the 5000 port, so we just accept the settings.
And finally, you will see the tables that are created in your NoSQL datastore. With this connection we are able to browse – i.e read only – the data as seen in the picture below:
Enjoy the rest of your developments on NoSQL with this new feature of the SQL developer.
Using Oracle NoSQL Database (4 days).
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About the Author
Eugene Simos is based in France and joined Oracle through the BEA-Weblogic Acquisition, where he worked for the Professional Service, Support and Education for major accounts across the EMEA Region. He worked in the banking sector, ATT and Telco companies giving him extensive experience on production environments. Eugene currently specializes in Oracle Fusion Middleware, teaching an array of courses on Weblogic/Webcenter, Content,BPM /SOA/Identity-Security/GoldenGate/Virtualisation/Unified Comm Suite) throughout the EMEA region.