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Is there a reference volume to help use navigator 5.0?


#1

I am new to Nav. 5.0, is there a reference volume to help use navigator 5.0?

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#2

Hello Guy,

There is some help information, including a ‘User Guide Supplement’ in the:
Start > Programs > Quest Software > SQL Navigator 5.5 > On-Line Documentation directory.

There are also some tips and tricks on the ‘Inside SQL Navigator’ website:
http://sqlnavigator.inside.quest.com/kbcategory.jspa?categoryID=2&sortType=0&filterEntryTypeID=4

We don’t have a ‘hard copy’ of an up-to-date ‘User’d Guide’ available.

Please check out the above resources, and let us know if these will suite your needs.

Are there any areas in particular, that you need help / assistance with?

Thanks for your post,
and welcome to the on-line SQL Nav community!

Jaime


#3

This link should take you directly to the search results for the Tips & Tricks videos.

http://sqlnavigator.inside.quest.com/kbsearch.jspa?parentCatID=2&searchQuery=tips


#4

I guess my biggest problem is learning to create queries for multiple tables that access the same table for different columns. Another issue is inner and outer joins, as I didn’t cover that in detail in college.

Do you have any suggestions? I have been using the SQL Modeler tool and it is helpful but for the more complex queries, I don’t know how to use it to my best interest.

Thanks for any help you offer.

Guy


#5

Are you asking about how to write these SQL queries or how to use the SQL Modeler? If the former, I would suggest Knowledge Xpert as there is a ton of information there to help you with the queries (http://www.quest.com/knowledge_xpert/). There is a 30-day trial for each of the Oracle Knowledge Xperts that should help you get the information you need.

However, if your question is about the SQL Modeler, then I think one of the SQL Navigator developers on this forum should be able to help. If you can give us more info on the problem/scenario, we’d love to help!

I hope this helps…


#6

Hi,

I have attached a collection of screenshots regarding the SQL Modeler that may be of interest to you.

regards,

Sekhar
sql_modeler2.zip (737 KB)


#7

Hi,

I have attached a collection of screenshots regarding the SQL Modeler that may be of interest to you.

regards,

Sekhar
sql_modeler1.zip (697 KB)


#8

Guy, did you find any of this helpful? Please let us know what else we can do to help you out.

Daniel