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Database grouping by hostname

08 Mar 2020

Database grouping by hostname is a new feature introduces in KeepTool 14.1.4.

Each of our tools comes up with a connect dialog that displays most recent connections. Each connection may be either an

This list can be organized by

  • History, i.e. most recently usage
  • Database, i.e. either TNS alias or hostname:port/servicename for direct TCP/IP connections
  • User, i.e. database user
  • Custom category, i.e. your own predicate you can assign to each session
Database connections grouped by hostname

Database connections grouped by hostname

In KeepTool 14.1.4 we added another tab that allows you to group your database connections by the host name of your database and subsequently by service name. Each group collects both SQL*Net and direct TCP/IP connections.

Since KeepTool doesn’t know the hostname of stored SQL*Net connections, the information is gathered at the next connect. As a result, the information is being completed with each new connect to another database.

Database grouping by hostname may help you to list database connections organized by the machine the database is installed on.

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