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does anyone know if there is an oracle 8.5 viewer for the mac

Posted on 2011-09-15
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I have an oracle 8.6 and well they would like to use macs. However the viewer only works on NT and on xp if you modify the hell out of it.
Is there a viewer for the mac
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I'm not familiar with 'Oracle Viewer'.  Can you provide a little more information on that product?
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well the product is an interface that you log in to that gets you to the oracle database
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Who makes it?

If a version doesn't exist for the Mac, can you use another product if one exists?

Maybe SQL Developer?

http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/developer-tools/sql-developer/downloads/index.html

Oracle SQL Developer for Mac OS X platforms
 
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How do i download the JDK I need if I am not a apple devoloper
is there aplace to downmload
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How to download the JDK for Apple is a different question.
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