How to access EXPLORER DATA SOURCE
I have created a connection to an ORACLE database without problem
But a message tells me to connect there, it must pass through the DATA SOURCE EXPLORER
I do not see in the main menu tabs and how to access
With ADMINISTRATION EXPLORER, I can see only DB2 Databases
THank a lot off
NOTICE: developerWorks Community will be offline May 29-30, 2015 while we upgrade to the latest version of IBM Connections. For more information, read our upgrade FAQ.
This topic has been locked.
4 replies Latest Post - 2012-04-12T12:38:00Z by UUKV_luc_VAN_TRAM
Pinned topic Howw access to DATA SOURCE EXPLORER (Connect to ORACLE database)
Answered question This question has been answered.
Unanswered question This question has not been answered yet.
Updated on 2012-04-12T12:38:00Z at 2012-04-12T12:38:00Z by UUKV_luc_VAN_TRAM
lakshman 120000F29J67 PostsACCEPTED ANSWER
Re: Howw access to DATA SOURCE EXPLORER (Connect to ORACLE database)2012-04-11T17:02:50Z in response to UUKV_luc_VAN_TRAMThe Data Source Explorer view is part of Data perspective, to open the Data perspective please click on the icon "Open perspective" on the right side of the corner in Data Studio IDE and select "Data" which will change the perspective and able to use the Oracle connection and all the development capabilities.
Please refer the attach screenshot for opening the Data perspective.
For the more details on the supported features for Oracle platform please refer the following web page.
email@example.com 270002BSJ12 PostsACCEPTED ANSWER
Re: Howw access to DATA SOURCE EXPLORER (Connect to ORACLE database)2012-04-11T17:08:14Z in response to UUKV_luc_VAN_TRAMYou can also avoid switching to the Data perspective and open the Data Source Explorer view directly by clicking Window > Show View > Other. Then, select the Data Source Explorer view under the Data Management folder.
Re: Howw access to DATA SOURCE EXPLORER (Connect to ORACLE database)2012-04-12T07:37:46Z in response to firstname.lastname@example.orgThank you very much, it was not easy to find
I'll be able to replace TOAD for managing databases other than DB2
In any case, it is a very good idea to have allowed access to heterogeneous databases
Have a nice day