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Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler Overview
David Last, Oracle UK
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Agenda
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Why Model?
Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler Overview
Feature Highlights
New Features
More Information
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Why Model?
• Top Five Reasons to Model
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Easy to Change
Communication Method to Gather Requirements
Business Rules Validation
Target User Involvement
Documentation/Training
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Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler Overview
• No cost diagramming and data modeling tool –
standalone or within SQL Developer
• Single tool for different users and functionality
• Modeling across platforms within one integrated system
• Business rule and process flow documentation
and verification
• Standards-driven DDL script generation
• Migration support from other tools
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Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler Overview
• Technology and Architecture
– Java based
– Common IDE Framework
– Metadata stored in XML Files
• Database support
– Oracle 9i, 10g, and Oracle 11g
– Third-party databases: Microsoft SQL Server, DB2, UDB
• Platform support
– Windows
– Linux
– Mac OSX
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Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler Overview
Strategy and Analysis
Import Models
Data Type
Domains
DFD
ERD
Logical
Multidimensional
Reporting
Database Design
Relational
DDL Script
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Star Schema
Physical
Data Dictionary
Logical Modeling
Data Model – Entity Relationship Diagram
• Model entities, attributes, relations
and entity type hierarchies
• Transform logical to many relational
and multi-dimensional models
• Configurable forward and reverse
engineering
• Provide different modeling notations
and displays of same model
• Use subviews to work on subset of
model
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Logical Modeling
Process Model – Data Flow Diagram
• Model external agents, processes,
information flow and information
stores
• Different process types: primitive,
composite and transformation
• Decompose a process into lower
level DFDs
• Depict information flow from one
object to another
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Relational Modeling
• Model tables, columns and foreign
keys
• Map one logical data model to one
or more relational models
• Configurable forward and reverse
engineering
• Use subviews to work on subset of
model
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Working with Diagrams
• Autoroute vs. Manual mode
• Context-sensitive windows
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Working with Objects
Properties Window
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Forward and Reverse Engineering
Transformation
Logical
Relational
Physical
Relational
Physical
• Engineering options: General, compare/copy and synchronization
• Include design glossary and naming standards
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Physical Modeling
Relational
• One relational model for many physical
models
• Documents tablespaces, users, stored
procedures
• Apply properties to many elements at once
• Supports
– Oracle9i, Oracle Database 10g and
Oracle Database 11g
– Microsoft SQL Server 2000 and 2005
– IBM DB2/390 and DB2 LUW
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Physical
Custom Design Rules and Transformations
• Use scripting engine of choice
• Create user defined
transformation scripts
• Apply multiple scripts or rules
• Define Rule Sets
• Create Libraries
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Modeling Data Types
• Support for SQL99 (Object Relational
Modeling)
– Distinct Types
– Structured Types
– Collection Types
• Used in logical and relational models
• Included in import
• Generated in DDL
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Multidimensional Modeling
• Model Cubes, Dimensions, Levels
and Hierarchies, Measures and
slices
• Start from ROLAP, XMLA or from
scratch
• Generate Oracle Analytical
Workspaces
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Importing Metadata
• Import using direct connections
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Oracle Database
Microsoft SQL Server
IBM DB2 and UDB
Generic JDBC based dictionary (MySQL, Teradata)
Oracle Designer repository
• File import
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DDL
Domains
Other Modeling tools (CA ERwin)
Multi-Dimensional (Cube views, Microsoft XMLA)
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Export and Code Generation
• DDL generation options
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Design Rules
Object selection
Drop objects
Name Substitution
Table scripts
• Standard database DDL scripts
– Oracle
– IBM DB2 and UDB
– Microsoft SQL Server
• Reporting Repository export
• Multi-Dimensional Oracle AW, Cube Views and XMLA
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Controlling the Design Environment
Preferences
• Defaults used during creation,
manipulation, generation of all
models
• Naming Standards used during
creation and transformation
• Diagramming properties
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Controlling the Design Environment
Tools Options
• Administer cross model objects
• Facilitates common tasks
• Define abbreviations and glossary
words
• Customize and verify Design rules
• Compare and merge models
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Collaborative Development Overview
Working
Directory
Open/Modify
Check out
Commit Changes
Merge Changes
Commit Changes
Make More Changes
V1
V2
V3
V4
Check Out
Commit Changes
Open/Modify
Subversion
Repository
User 1
User 2
Version
History
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Working
Directory
Collaborative Development
• Use Versioning Navigator to
connect to Subversion repository
• Checking in Design using Data Modeler
or External client
• Multiple users check out designs
• Pending Changes dialog
provides feedback to all users
• Commit changes to repository
• Manage conflicts
• Review/Manage Version History
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Reporting Options
• Integrated reporting
– Generated in RTF, PDF and
HTML formats
• Repository reports
– Export in Data Modeler
– Run Data Modeler Reports in
SQL Developer
– Create custom reports
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SQL Developer Data Modeler Release 3.1
New Features Overview
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Synchronization
Versioning
Query Builder
Diagramming Enhancements
Reporting Enhancements
National Language Support
– Fully translated into 9 Languages
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Synchronization
• “Easy synchronization"
– One click synchronization
between model and dictionary
• Support for several connections
• Supports synchronization in both directions
• List of values/ranges can be extracted from column check
constraint
• Can exclude tracking of column order when tables are
compared
• No need to recreate table as alter statements are generated
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Versioning
• Version history is available at design and system level
• Lock and unlock can be done at design, model and
subview level
• Support for branching and merging
– delayed resolution of merge conflict
– tree conflicts detected in advance
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Query Builder
• Convert between ANSI and
Oracle joins.
• Graphical Interface support
– Build complex queries
– Persist the layout of diagrams
– Work with objects belonging to
a specific subview
• Synchronization of changes in the model with already created views
• Validation of view definitions created with previous version of Data Modeler
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Diagramming Enhancements
• Diagrams can display primary, unique and foreign key columns
• Display labels in Transformation diagrams
• Setting default colors and fonts
for Legends
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Reporting Enhancements
• New Reports
– Structured, collection and distinct types, change requests and
measurements
• Reporting templates can be defined
– Define report sections to include in generated report
• Report for objects belonging to specific subview
• Reporting Repository
– Multidimensional, business information, change requests and
measurement models
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More Information
• SQL Developer Data Modeler on OTN
– www.oracle.com/technetwork/developer-tools/datamodeler/
• Feature Exchange
– sqldeveloper.oracle.com
• Forums
– forums.oracle.com/forums/forum.jspa?forumID=1317
• Oracle Learning Library
– www.oracle.com/oll
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Q&A
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