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I now have SQL Developer 188.8.131.52.
Maybe so but why aren't you using the latest 3.x version? There have been many bug fixes and new functionality since the version you are using.
I think my Java version is also a bit old
You think? Java 7 is out so version 1.4.2 is definitely old. And especially if you support EBS because I think R12 itself uses Java 1.5
You may want to check the EBS forum
Java/JRE Version compatabile for R12.0.6
And now you have an Oracle 11.1 database?
Here is the official link that has the jdbc and oracle version support
See section - Which JDBC drivers support which versions of Javasoft's JDK?
11.1.0 OCI and THIN Driver - JDK 1.5.x and JDK 1.6.x
Please note that JDK 1.4 is not supported by the 11 drivers.
Did you notice that last line?
You may want to rethink your plan to use those older versions of Java and SQL Developer.
There are couple limitations I can think of:
i. If you are debugging one procedure, you can't start debugging another one in parallel
ii. When the active PL/SQL editor is file-based (as opposed to compilation unit stored in the database) and you didn't select connection in the right hand side connection combo-box.