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does oracle have any debug tool like profiler for sql server?

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hi,
i want to debug my afterUpdateRowTrigger on oracle 10g. is there any debug tool like profiler for sql server 2000?

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check allround automation's PL/SQL developer or TOAD;
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I cannot speak to your MS tool, but would like to mention Oracle's free SQL Developer (www.oracle.com/technology).  Otherwise Quest's TOAD for DBAs is my all-time-favorite Swiss Knife.
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I've got great results with dbvisualizer:

http://www.dbvis.com/products/dbvis/

It can even connect to MS SQL Server.

This is the feature list
http://www.dbvis.com/products/dbvis/features/features.jsp?feature=0


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hi all,
thanks a lot. those tools are really good.

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