The Repository Explorer is a detailed overview of the contents of a repository. Your repository can have multiple projects and multiple workspaces, and the Repository Explorer displays them all. You can also display the items in a project or workspace individually, or display a summary of each contained object, such as a database, schema, table, view, stored procedure, function, trigger, package, package body, or schema. To access the Repository Explorer window, right-click the name of a repository node in the Connections navigator and select the Repository Explorer.
The Tables node of the Connections navigator lets you add, modify, and delete database connections. Right-click a table, then select a connection to which the table belongs. If the connection does not appear in the list, you can add it by selecting the New Connection icon.
The Keywords area lets you find and replace keywords in multiple files. In the Replace dialog box, select the files that contain the keywords you want to replace. Enter the new keywords into the corresponding Replace with boxes and use the Update buttons to replace the keywords that are found in the selected files.
Use the Code Editor to create, edit, and test scripts. The Code Editor displays a script in the window, letting you work on it. You code in the Script Navigator pane, displayed at the top.
Mike, in this case I have to agree with you. If you install Lion to another volume that has previously had Snow Leopard, you'll run into issues. But if you have the Snow Leopard CD and install Lion to a brand new partition, most likely Lion will install onto your existing Snow Leopard installation.
i just did it on my second partition and discovered that i had typed in my serial and shear and preceded it with "sl" in place of a space - thus it was actually installing lion to a partition named "sl 3g" instead of "3g:sl" - so that's a solution to that one at least.thanks for responding to my post. d2c66b5586