moderated Re: Oracle Database through a GUI with JAWS?
Walker, Michael E
Thank you, Pam! When you access the database through the command line, how do you find out which tables are in it? I know that once you know the table, you can find its columns with the describe command.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
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I am an oracle DBA. Most of my access is via the command line and through sqlplus. I also use OEM (Oracle Enterprise Manager), though I find some aspects of the GUI a bit cumbersome with JAWS.
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What is the most common way people access Oracle Database using JAWS these days?