View „Sample” Oracle DB documentation
generated by ClearDB Documenter 4.7
The best and easiest way to discover the capabilities of ClearDB Documenter 4.7 is to explore sample
Oracle database documentation (Docu) generated by it. No download needed — simply open the
two „sample” documents in the WEB-based docuVIEWER right in your default browser
by clicking the links below.
Important: There will be no hidden software or anything else downloaded and/or stored on your PC!
The sample documents are complex. Not because of the number of objects included. They contain virtually all different documentation
elements currently available; e.g. 59 schema (tables, views, procedures, functions, packages, types, triggers, etc.)
and non-schema (context, directories, profiles, users, roles, etc.) object types.
Including all their properties, source codes, DDL, privileges, synonyms, references, dependencies as well as database instance properties,
options, and initialization parameters for Oracle versions up to 12c. Interactive —
clickable — diagrams such as ER (Entity Relationship),
R&D (Reference & Dependency),
PL/SQL Flowcharts, and Call Trees. A DB & PL/SQL Observations report, including a PL/SQL Code Review report,
a Code Metrics report, information about DB anomalies; a Database Security Audit Report with checks for over 630
potential security risks in an Oracle database; and other valuable information is included as well.
For more information about the content of the sample documents, please refer to the descriptions below. To view and explore
the Oracle database documentation generated by ClearDB Documenter 4.7, click the corresponding links
and the sample documents will open in WEB docuVIEWER, in a separate tab of your default browser.
ClearDB Documenter 4.7 „Sample Docu”
The Sample Docu
(sample database documentation) includes
all 59 non-schema and schema database object types from Oracle‘s standard
HR and SCOTT schemas; all DB and PL/SQL diagram types; CRUD matrices; DB & PL/SQL Observations incl. PL/SQL Parser
and DB errors and anomalies, a PL/SQL Code Review and Code Metrics report; Database Security Audit Report with
checks for potential database security risks; all clickable and available at the levels:
DB –> Schema –> Object Type –> Object
The Sample Docu tree is structured as follows:
- Docu Overview
- DB and Objects
- DB & PL/SQL Observations
- DB Security Audit Report
ClearDB Documenter 4.7 „Sample Comparison Report and Docu”
Compares previously generated database documentation (Sample Docu
= Source 1) with the current state
of the database (Oracle DB = Source 2). A detailed comparison report and a new database documentation for Source 2 is the result.
The previously generated database documentation (Source 1) is included as well.
The Docu Comparison Report tree is structured as follows:
Comparison Report — Source 1 <–> Source 2
- Database Properties
- Objects of Source 1 missing in Source 2
- Objects of Source 2 missing in Source 1
- Objects in Source 1 and Source 2 — with diffs
- Objects in Source 1 and Source 2 — no diffs
DB Security Audit
- Checks failed in Source 1 but not in Source 2
- Checks failed in Source 2 but not in Source 1
- Checks failed in Source 1 and Source 2 — with diffs
- Checks failed in Source 1 and Source 2 — no diffs
- Source 1: Sample Docu
- Source 2: Oracle Database 'DEMO@DEMO_CONQUEST.WORLD'
Opening a document manually in Chrome or Opera outside of ClearDB Documenter 4.7 requires this switch
to be included: chrome.exe --allow-file-access-from-files "docu-name.htm".
Opening and displaying a document using Chrome or Opera via ClearDB Documenter shows no issues.