Toad Data Modeler Valuable Features

Technicab611
Technical consultant/lead at a tech services company with 5,001-10,000 employees
The feature that is handy in Toad is that I think it is best for working with Oracle. Currently, I'm using DBeaver, SQL Server, SQL Developer, and Postgres. We are using multiple databases and tools and use Toad for Oracle only. Toad might be good for other situations but I never used it. When we have another kind of database or multiple database types, then we go to DBeaver, which is very handy right now. View full review »
reviewer1246479
Development Department at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
The most valuable feature is the navigation within the UI, where you can right-click on an object in an SQL query and go right to it, versus going through all of the menus to find what you are looking for. I like that Toad has the ability to formulate code. The remote debugging functionality is useful. I like the themes that it has, such as the light theme and the dark theme. There are a huge number of options available to customize what you're doing. View full review »
Piotr Pastuszka
E-service at a financial services firm with 201-500 employees
I like a lot of the features in this solution including the Session Browser, Tablespace, SGA browser, good editor, it is to dificult to enumerate all features. View full review »
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Rajat Wadhwani
Process Data Engineer (Subsurface and Wells) at Shell
SQLBuilder really helps to play with the data and develop SQL queries to extract data from huge databases as per the requirement. View full review »
Valerii Shchipanovskyi
Sales Engineer at BAKOTECH LLC
The most valuable features are the database architecture, the good functionality, and the user interface. View full review »
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