Building efficiencies into a DBA's day

Using command templates in Optim Database Administrator

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Salvador Ledezma, Swetha Patel, and Kathryn Zeidenstein

Date archived: September 6, 2016 | First published: October 01, 2009

Optim™ Database Administrator (ODA), previously known as Data Studio Administrator, helps improve Database Administrator (DBA) productivity by providing advanced change management capabilities as well as support for common database administration tasks. The SQL and XQuery Editor in ODA (also available as part of Data Studio and other Optim products) provides contextual help that makes command editing quick and command execution less error-prone. This article shows you how to use templates and create customized templates to improve your productivity when using database commands. It also shows you how to test your customized templates and export them to share with other members of your team.

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