in order to continuously improve our products, oracle is interested in
learning about product usage. To that end, automated reports can
occasionally be sent to oracle describing the product features in use. No
personally identifiable information will be sent and the report will not affect
performance. You can review oracle's privacy pollicy on our website.
allow automated usage reporting to oracle
anyone can help me?
Possibly no one understands what you are asking. What is the issue?
For example, if I ...
1. Rename my user settings folder for 4.1 production (system22.214.171.124.07) to something else
2. Launch 4.1
3. Then skip the user settings migration step
4. I see the Usage Tracking dialog
5. I can click OK with or without ticking the Allow... check-box
6. The product UI presents in a normal manner
7. I can then use Tools > Preferences > Usage Reporting to change Usage Tracking behavior as desired
Hope this helps
It happens that does not give the option of tightening nothing is locked and the message should close the program from the task admintrador,
The purpose of this dialog is to allow each end-user to opt in / opt out of providing tracking information to Oracle on his or her use of the SQL Developer product. It will not lock or block any product functionality.
I do not understand what you're trying to tell me
Ditto. Starting over again, given the title of this discussion, probably you mean to say SQL Developer freezes / hangs / locks up when the Usage Tracking dialog appears, and you have to kill it using Task Manager. I have not heard of such a hang but, if that is the case, the usual recommendations are:
1. Use jps and jstack to get a full thread dump of the JVM when the hang occurs, then post it back here.
2 Remove or rename the user settings folder (e.g., system126.96.36.199.07 to xsystem188.8.131.52.07) and restart the product.
not how to do any of the 2 steps, the issue is that you do not do anything permie
click ok on that dialog, or uncheck the 'agree' box, and then click ok
you're good to go, and will never see that dialog again
what's the problem?
this blocked the dialogue does not allow anything
what happens when you click the accept button?
nothing happens, these disabled button, like the ckeckbutton
To use the jps and jstack utilities to get a full thread dump of the JVM running SQL Developer...
1. Open a CMD console window
2. Either CD to the bin directory of your Java installation or make sure your PATH env variable includes it.
3. From the console, run jps -l to find out the SQL Developer process id (pid). For example...
4. From the console run jstack <pid> | mydump.log to pipe the full thread dump to a file. For example...
C:\Tools>jstack 10840 > mydump.log
If the JVM is hung, then jstack -F <pid> may be required to force a dump.