we could, but then we'd have to remember to change that for our Mac and Linux friends...
Ok, but, I think, it would good also for the Mac and Linux people.
With Windows Copy-Paste is ctrlC+CtrlP, with Mac is CmdC+CmdP +or- the same...
yeah, not a bad idea
renaming a db object is not as causal as renaming a file on your personal OS though, so I'm not sure I mind the extra clicks for the time being.
Do you know SQL Server Management System? I always say: "See what others do better..."
In my head I think Oracle need a little bit of restilng, like an old house, confortable but without the new gadgets that today we can find in the market.
Ten years ago my father sad : I never had need a credit card to live and travel!
Ok, daddy, but today you have 90 and you stay alwais at home.
Microsoft SQL Server is attractive, Oracle is a good, very good RDBMS, but a little bit of look is not a bad idea.
PS: You write: renaming a db object is not as causal as renaming a file on your personal OS
and I say: SQL Developer is not a tool for a final user, but for a DBA or a DB Architect
I say, I really don't like SSMS and it's somewhat unusable w/o add-on packs - but I'm a biased user.
Also, most of our users are end users and developers, so at the end of the day, it's for everyone.
BTW, I don't dismiss your idea out of hand. I said even it's a good idea. It's tempered by some other things which I've mentioned already. And also I'm quite familiar with the database tools market - I'm not afraid of improving SQL Dev.