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You do not say which version of SQL Developer is in use, which JDK, which OS, whether Thin or OCI/Thick JDBC driver, etc., etc. However, assuming recent versions not subject to old, known bugs, you may just need to read this blog post...
Thank you, Gary.
I updated the post with the version info. I did not explicitly install this JDBC driver, so whatever the OSD came with? Unless it is using whatever is installed on my machine, in which case would be the thin driver.
I did check out that post, and I appreciate you sharing it. I did click the 'include synonyms' filter, but behavior remained unchanged.
I would prefer to use OSD, and that is what our dev team was expecting to use, but we just can't see the information. We are using an ID that does not 'own' those tables, per se. But, why would DBVisualizer show these tables, when OSD does not?