Let me preface with saying that I'm used to using Sequel Pro on a mac for doing my database administration (table creation and inline data editing).
Configuring your Mac OS to allow FME Desktop to locate the Oracle client libraries. The following was tested in FME Desktop (2015.1.3, 2016.x, 2017.x, 2018.0 & 2018.1 beta) for Mac OS on El Capitan, Sierra, High Sierra.
I've migrated to an Intel Mac recently and while using Oracle Calendar (10.1.2) desktop client I noticed that the Mac OS X version is unfortunately for the PowerPC architecture. Oracle gui interface for mac [closed] Ask Question. I have now been asked to do some oracle work as well and I'm looking for an Oracle client that has much the same feature set as Sequel Pro. Free desktop client for Oracle? Get list of all tables in Oracle?
I have now been asked to do some oracle work as well and I'm looking for an Oracle client that has much the same feature set as Sequel Pro.
I must be able to ssh first and log into the database second. Edit data in a table view and be able to run queries easily.
The only product I've found on my own has been navicat. However its workflow has been driving me up a wall. :)
Any recommendations? keeping under 500 bucks would be nice... I know about Toad but it's wickedly expensive and I'd like to hold off on asking for that if there is an adequate substitute. :)
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See this link: Free desktop client for Oracle?. Try using macsequel http://www.macsequel.com
Oracle Virtual Desktop Client Mac Os X
SQL Developer... It won't do the SSH stuff natively, though. But for all the other tasks it's pretty awesome for free.