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Oracle Designer 10g Release 2

Oracle Designer 10g Release 2

Oracle Designer 10g Release 2 is the latest stable release which is shipped with Oracle Developer Suite 10g Release 2. Designer incorporates support for business process modeling, systems analysis, software design and system generation. Oracle Designer provides a multi-user repository based on Oracle SCM, and is closely integrated with Oracle Forms Developer, Oracle's declarative database application development tool. In this way, Designer allows organizations to design and rapidly deliver scalable, client/server systems that can adapt to changing business needs.

This product has reached its end of life and is now in "sustaining support" only.  
Please refer to the 
Oracle Lifetime Support Policy for details. 
For alternative modeling and design tools have a look at Oracle JDeveloper or Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler

Technical Information

All 9i documentation supports both Oracle Designer 10g and Oracle Designer 10g Release 2.

News

The latest maintenance releases (including online supporting documentation) of Designer 10g Release 2 (10.1.2.6) is now available for download. For certification information, refer to the certification matrix on metalink May 2010

Extend Designer generation capabilities using Oracle Designer Extension Builder (ODEB). Generate the source code of your choice from the Designer metadata based on user-defined templates. ODEB also provides a way to export solutions (Driver, associated Templates, Parameters, Tokens) which can be then imported back to a ODEB schema providing a way for people to share their solutions with others in the ODEB user community. March 2007

This article summarizes Oracle's Software Development strategy for Oracle Forms, Oracle Reports and Oracle Designer. For a separate SCM statement see below. Details regarding Designer's ongoing maintenance schedule are detailed below. June 2004

Oracle has released a Statement of Direction for Oracle SCM. For a separate Tools Statement of Direction which includes details about Designer, Forms and Reports see above. June 2004