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TOra - Toolkit For Oracle
TOra screenshot on Windows XP
TOra screenshot on Windows XP
Initial release17 January 2001
Stable release3.2.76 (October 24, 2017; 19 months ago (2017-10-24)) [±]
Preview release2.1.4.4304 beta (May 9, 2012; 7 years ago (2012-05-09)) [±]
Written inC++
Available inEnglish

TOra (Toolkit for Oracle) is a free software database development and administration GUI, available under the GNU General Public License. It features a PL/SQL debugger, an SQL worksheet with syntax highlighting, a database browser and a comprehensive set of database administration tools.[1]

In addition to Oracle Database support, support for MySQL, PostgreSQL and Teradata databases has been added since the initial launch.

It uses the Qt, and can use the qScintilla2 library. The Oracle connector uses the Oracle Template Library.

TOra was originally written by Henrik Johnson and copyright by GlobeCom AB, which was acquired by Quest Software.[2][3][4]

Start of conversion to being maintained as open source project was made on 2005-02-17[5][6] with version 1.3.15.

QT4 conversion took place in 2009 with version 1.4.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Steven Feuerstein, Bill Pribyl (2002). Oracle PL/SQL programming. O'Reilly Media, Inc. p. 25. ISBN 0-596-00381-1.
  2. ^ "TOra".
  3. ^ "Oracle Open Source : TOra (Toolkit for Oracle)".
  4. ^ "My Tora Setup".
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