CloudSQL Desktop FAQ

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What is CloudSQL Desktop?

CloudSQL desktop is an desktop Integrated development environment (IDE) to develop and run SQLs against Oracle Fusion (Cloud) Applications. The desktop application can be downloaded to your local machine and used.

What is the diffrence between CloudSQL online and CloudSQL desktop?

Both CloudSQL online and CloudSQL desktop are used for the same purpose. CloudSQL online is a free tool with some limitations. CloudSQL Desktop is a Windows application that users can download to their Personal computers and use with in the client network. The desktop version is currently on Beta trial and can be downloaded free from here.

Is my data secure with CloudSQL Desktop?

Once CloudSQL is downloaded to your desktop, all data and settings are securely stored in your company network on your Personal computer. You have complete control over your data.

I have a suggestion/problem with CloudSQL desktop?

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My company wants to purchase CloudSQL Desktop. Whom should we contact?

Once our Beta program is complete,  CloudSQL Desktop can be purchased online. For bulk purchases, please write to us on

Do you have a Mac version of CloudSQL desktop?

CloudSQL desktop is developed work across platforms. Windows version is currently available Beta for free usage. Mac version is under building and testing. Please express your interest for Mac version by writing to us at

Do I need any special access to Oracle Cloud?

As long as you are able to access Oracle Cloud Fusion and view BI reports, you can execute SQLs using CloudSQL. If you do not have this access, please contact your Oracle Fusion Administrator and request for BI Developer role.

How many columns can be included in my SQL

CloudSQL Desktop does not have any limit on the number of columns.

Can I execute DML statements?

Oracle Cloud does not allow INSERT, UPDATE and DELETE operations. Only SELECT statement is possible.

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