These release notes provide information about the SQL Navigator® release.
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SQL Navigator provides an integrated environment for developing and testing stored programs, schemas, SQL scripts, and more - all from an easy-to-use graphical user interface. The SQL Navigator family of products is a complete development environment for Oracle server-side development and management. It has been conceived, designed and developed by Oracle developers and DBAs with hands-on experience in the most common problems facing Oracle developers.
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SQL Navigator 7.5 is a minor release, with enhanced features and functionality.
New features in SQL Navigator 7.5:
Table 1: General resolved issues
|Resolved Issue||Issue ID|
|Resolved ORA Error on Describing a table in DB Explorer.||SQLNAV-2243|
|Resolved 'Error occurred:  (ORA-28009: connection as SYS should be as SYSDBA or SYSOPER' on reconnecting to a SYSDBA session.||SQLNAV-2221|
|Resolved a problem where double clicking code in the code editor did not change the lines / characters count.||SQLNAV-2218|
|Resolved problem editing directories in SQL Navigator 7.2.||SQLNAV-2213|
|Resolved Error ORA-01789 raised when trying to list Datafiles in DB Explorer when using an Oracle DB 12.2 database.||SQLNAV-2201|
Table 2: Known Issues
|Feature||Known Issue||Issue ID|
Pre-open F1 help is unresponsive when there is a modal dialog opened in SQL Navigator.
Workaround: Close the modal dialog and then switch to the help window
Opening links in the help content causes SQL Navigator to be unresponsive when Internet Explorer 9 is installed in the system.
Workaround: Upgrade Internet Explorer to a newer version
Export Data containing special characters from data grid to xlsx format may corrupt the Excel file. This usually happens when binary content is exported from a BLOB field.
Workaround: Exclude the rows or columns which contain binary data or special characters when using the Export Data dialog
Table 3: Third Party Known Issues
|Feature||Known Issue||Issue ID|
(Affects the 64-bit version of SQL Navigator only)
If Internet Explorer 9 is installed, clicking a link in the Help file may crash SQL Navigator 64-bit, even if Internet Explorer 9 is not the default browser.
Workaround: Users who have Internet Explorer 9 installed can open Help from outside of SQL Navigator.
|E-Control (Editor component)||Odd word-wrapping behavior in some languages. Word wrapping may appear between symbols, with no space required to wrap, and some characters cannot be word-wrapped at all (for example, multi-byte characters in ANSI text).||N/A|
|ODAC||ODAC does not support Unicode in XMLTYPE (editing of XMLTYPE data is not supported). Querying of XMLTYPE with binary storage will lead to an error.|
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