TOra is a Toolkit for Oracle which aims to help the DBA or developer of database applications. Features PL/SQL debugger, SQL worksheet with syntax highlighting, DB browser and a full set of DBA tools. TOra also includes support for MySQL and Postgres.
I installed it as a replacement for Toad, as it was mentioned here in the comments and some forums. I like open source and use it on a daily basis, but I got upset with this project - the simplest stuff I didn't even think in Toad about, became a real pain. I have multi-schema DB, where one schema collects objects from few other as a synonyms, TOra cannot do a simple select saying table not found, it is something very basic I didn't even know might become a trouble. BTW it's not Toad so smart, it works perfect in SQL Developer (that is not used due to performance and our java policy on Mac machines) and command line sqlplus. While choosing correct schema on right upper corner select works, I cannot do joins that are part of my daily routine. More advanced parts looks ugly as well, async operations in GUI are cool and make it non-glitch on blocking operations (Oracle DB I/O), but it's not enough to throw a thread and forget, Qt has bad design for thread synchronization and it's reflect in TOra - query timer is ticking while even after query is complete. I wonder why there are so much positive feedback, it looks suspicious.
TOra doesn't seem to work at all once it has crashed. Tried restarting computer twice. And how do I submit bug reports? The bug tracker appears read-only...
Don't know why there are so many good reviews ! It's a real pain to get Tora to work. Using Win7 32bit with Oracle instant client 10 (tried 11 too) kept getting "unable to connect to the database ORA-38654784 missing error description" Try searching for that in google.. no such ORA error! Poor documentation, missing help file. WITHOUT CHANGING any settings, I whipped out TOAD (an ancient version btw) and it worked without a hitch. Tora is a disgrace and is putting open source a step back.