With Oracle, a number of internal data are exposed as tables with a name that starts with "BIN$" and ends with "==$0". These accumulate over time, and after a few months of work these non-table (and completely uninteresting) "tables" easily outnumber the real tables 10-to-1. Notice the position of the scrollbar in the attached screen dump.
There should be a way to hide these BIN$-tables.
One way is to have the Oracle plugin interact with the core to make it "undisplay" these tables.
Another approach could be to add a show/hide option for pattern based filtering of resources in the catalog. Using filters to display ONLY the BIN$-tables is easy, but that is the opposite of what I want: The filter contains the prefix of tables I want to hide, not the tables I want to see.
The Oracle BIN$-table problem exist with other SQL tools in Java I've tried as well.