Using FTP and Network Utilities

On occasion, both developers and DBAs need the ability to work with remote servers. For example, the PL/SQL source code may be under version control under SCCS on UNIX. So in order to perform their programming assignments, a developer may need to log in to the UNIX server to check out PL/SQL code and then FTP the files down to their PC for development work within TOAD. Then when they’re finished, they would need to FTP the files back up to the server and check them back in. Rather than requiring use of separate tools, TOAD now supports these functionalities. The idea is that TOAD should support the complete development life cycle, which quite often includes such steps. Thus TOAD offers the FTP screen and Network ...

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