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On a client with Oracle Enterprise Manager11g installed, I couldn't find the facility to insert and delete data from tables.

Any suggestion.

Thx
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slightwv (䄆 Netminder) earned 500 total points
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Enterprise manager is an admin tool.  You should get SQL Developer.  It is a free tool from Oracle.
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Or sqlplus, a command line SQL tool.

Also, Enterprise manager installed with a a client?  It is now a browser based admin tool either dbConsole in a single instance or Grid Control for multiple instances.
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Thanks  slightwv, I've been in the 9i/10g for sometime now but somone asked me to take a look at their 11g installation and figure it out, after spending close to an hour I figured to dropp EE a line.

Many thanks, I'll download the tool.
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