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Description: Anyone who's used SQL Developer may have noticed the search engines tucked away in the upper right corner of the screen. With a nod to Firefox, the people who created SQL Developer, made it easy to look up an error message on Google, consider going to Oracle Technology Network (OTN) forums with your SQL Developer issue, or looking at the AskTom or Oracle documentation sites can be checked.

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Language: PL/SQL
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Last Modified: April 04th, 2010

/*
A handy tip from the author of the Arkytekture blog at 
http://psoug.org/blogs/arkytekture/
 
Anyone who's used SQL Developer may have noticed the search engines 
tucked away in the upper right corner of the screen.  With a nod to Firefox, 
the people who created SQL Developer, made it easy to look up an error 
message on Google, consider going to Oracle Technology Network (OTN) 
forums with your SQL Developer issue, or looking at the AskTom or Oracle 
documentation sites can be checked.  
 
While some of those sites provide valuable information, often they get into 
esoteric areas or long blogs.  PSOUG succinctly exposes the concepts that a 
developer needs right away with examples of usage and scripts that illuminate 
topics such as CREATE MATERIALIZED VIEW.
 
It's exceedingly easy to try out.  Add PSOUG to your search domains by 
placing an image file and a source file in the
 
sqldeveloper/sqldeveloper/searchengines path of your installation.
 
First file: psoug.src
 
<search
   name="PSOUG"
   description="PSOUG Search"
   method="POST"
   action="http://psoug.org/search.htm"
   searchForm="http://psoug.org/search.htm"
   queryEncoding="utf-8"
   queryCharset="utf-8"
>
 
<input name="qwords" user>
<input name="querytype" value="allwords">
<input name="catid" value="0">
<input name="searchtype" value="basic">
<input name="submit" value="GO">
 
<interpret
    browserResultType="result"
    charset = "UTF-8"
    resultListStart="<!–a–>"
    resultListEnd="<!–z–>"
    resultItemStart="<!–m–>"
    resultItemEnd="<!–n–>"
>
</search>
 
*/


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