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SQL Navigator for Oracle 7.4 - Release Notes

Task Manager

SQL Navigator executes long-running tasks in separate threads in the background. They lock only the current session. Background execution happens automatically, and means that all the application’s functionality remains available to the user while the task is running in a separate session.

The Task Manager is a display of all active and complete tasks for the current session.

The following background tasks can be managed through the Task Manager:

Background Tasks More Information
Batch commands on database objects, such as Drop, Compile, Truncate and Extract DDL Object Menu
Enable Constraint Editor
Execute PL/SQL code PL/SQL Execution Console
View Differences Difference Viewer
Full expansion of a node in DB Navigator DB Navigator
Source Code Search Database Source Code Search
Find Objects Find and Replace



  • Right click on a task to Suspend, Resume, End or Delete.
  • Ending some tasks, such as compiling dependants in a complex table, may appear to "hang." This is due to SQL Navigator waiting for a response from the Oracle server. Even though there may be a delay, control will ultimately be returned to SQL Navigator.


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