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I want to become Ubuntu user, but SQL Developer is not comfortable enough for me. Main problem for me is that when I query data with select statemant and the result is displayed it is not possible to edit data directly (this feature is in PL\SQL Developer). Does there exist solution for this: directly to edit queried data.

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Are we talking about simple queries ? – Sathya Oct 28 '10 at 18:49
no, not simple. of course from one table but with complicated/long where part – kupa Oct 28 '10 at 19:16

If the queries are simple, just Click on Views -> Connections. Navigate to your desired table and double click on it. From this window you can edit the data.

FWIW PL/SQL Developer runs fine on WINE as well.

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I've tried WINE but it doesn't work as well as in windows. If I have large <b>where</b> then it is not convenient to query data from double click on table... – kupa Oct 28 '10 at 19:08
You can try Toad freeware. – Sathya Oct 29 '10 at 22:15

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