100+ Oracle Accounting Software Shortcut Keys Download in PDF and Excel File

1 What is the reputation of Oracle?

Oracle is a software and services corporation best known for its Java-based products and services. Oracle delivers cloud-engineering services and systems, as well as database management systems, through its four main business segments: cloud and license, hardware, and services.

2 Oracle was created by whom?

Oracle’s headquarters are located in Redwood Shores, California. Larry Ellison and Bob Miner, computer programmers at the American electronics business Ampex Corporation, along with Ed Oates, Ellison’s supervisor at Ampex, created Software Development Laboratories in 1977.

3 What is the Oracle concept?

An object-relational database management system is a relational database management system that includes object-oriented characteristics such as user-defined types, inheritance, and polymorphism (ORDBMS).

4 What is the origin of the name Oracle?

Oracle. Larry Ellison and Bob Oats were working for the Central Intelligence Agency on a consulting project (CIA). Oracle was the code name for the project (the CIA saw this as the system to give answers to all questions or something like that).

5 Oracle’s products

Applications from Oracle Database Oracle Fusion Middleware Servers with Oracle Cloud Enterprise Manager Storage Workstations (Complete List)

6 Who are Oracle’s most important clients?

The United States is the largest segment of Oracle Cloud ERP clients, followed by the United Kingdom. The chart includes a single Y-axis that shows the number of customers. The numbers range from 3.2 to 44.6.

7 Which Oracle version is the most recent?

19c Oracle Database: The latest long-term release is Oracle Database 19c, which offers the highest level of release stability and the longest timeframe for support and bug patches. Oracle Database 21c, which is also ready for production usage as an innovation release today, gives you a sneak peek at the numerous new features and upgrades.

Oracle continued to create new Internet-based technology throughout the year 2000. The company debuted its E-Business Suite in May. “Instead of offering individual packages for sales force automation, accounting, employee benefits, and so on,” writes Forbes reporter Elizabeth Corcoran, “Oracle connects together 70’modules’ in a package and pumps them up with Internet technology.” The Oracle 9i software database management system, which was also released that year, had an application server that allowed users to run e-commerce applications linked to their databases. Oracle managed to beat many of its competitors until the end of 2000 thanks to this innovative technology, yet the technology sector’s slowdown finally caught up with the company in March 2001, when it stated that database software and application server sales were sluggish.

In this article we will learn the Shortcut keys of the famous accounting software Oracle, we have provided you the most useful shortcut keys that require while working on Oracle Accounting Software, and also help you to perform a specific task much faster than that of the mouse. and you can download these shortcut keys in PDF and Excel files for future reference.

Oracle Accounting Software Shortcut Keys

 

Common Oracle Shortcut Keys

F1 Show help for the selected item
Ctrl−Space Code completion: show parameters of the current method
Alt−Enter Code completion: accept automatic code completion suggestion
Alt−F12 Open Java class search dialog
Ctrl−Shift−F Open Find in Files dialog
F12 Go to the declaration of the current Java class or method
Ctrl−F5 Start a current document with debugging
Ctrl−F10 Start current document without debugging
Ctrl−Shift−S Start WebLogic Server
Ctrl−Shift−T Stop Weblogic Server

General Oracle Shortcut Keys

F1 Show help for the selected item
Ctrl−N New file
Ctrl−O Open file
Ctrl−F4 Close file
Ctrl−S Save all files
Ctrl−Shift−A Save all files
Ctrl−Z Undo
Ctrl−Y Redo
Ctrl−Shift−Z Redo
Alt−Shift−Backspace Redo
Ctrl−C Copy
Ctrl−Insert Copy
Shift−Delete Cut
Ctrl−X Cut
Shift−Insert Paste
Ctrl−V Paste
Ctrl−Tab Toggle through open documents
Ctrl−Shift−Tab Toggle through open documents backward
Ctrl−L Open local symbols search dialog
Alt−F12 Open Java class search dialog
Ctrl−Shift−F Open Find in Files dialog
F7 Build application
Alt−Arrow Right Show next view tab (Design View, Source View, etc.)
Alt−Arrow Left Show previous view tab (Design View, Source View, etc.)
Alt−, Show previous open document
Ctrl−Alt−Arrow Left Show previous open document
Alt−. Show next open document
Ctrl−Alt−Arrow Right Show next open document
Shift−F12 Shift focus to Application tab
Ctrl−F12 Shift focus to Files tab
Alt−Enter Show Properties Editor, Toggle through individual properties
Ctrl−Shift−N Next item on the Output tab
Ctrl−Shift−P The previous item on the Output tab
Delete Delete
Ctrl−D Delete
Ctrl−P Print

Source View Oracle Shortcut Keys

Note: adding Shift to many of the cursor movement keyboard shortcuts adds text selection.

Alt−Enter Code completion: accept automatic code completion suggestion
Ctrl−Space Code completion: show parameters of the current method
Ctrl−F Show find dialog
Ctrl−R Show replace dialog
Ctrl−H Show replace dialog
Ctrl−G Show go to line number dialog
Tab Indent selected text
Shift−Tab Unindent selected text
F3 Find next
Shift−F3 Find previous
Ctrl−F3 Go to the next occurrence of selected text
Ctrl−Shift−F3 Go to the previous occurrence of selected text
Ctrl−Numpad + Expand collapsed lines
Ctrl−Numpad − Collapse expanded lines
F12 Go to the declaration of the current Java class or method
Ctrl−Alt−Down Go to the next Java member

Arrow Oracle Shortcut Keys

Ctrl−Alt−Up Go to previous Java member
Escape Close current dialog
Ctrl−A Select all
F2 Bookmark: go to next
Shift−F2 Bookmark: go to previous
Ctrl−F2 Bookmark: toggle
Ctrl−[ Move cursor to matching brace
Ctrl−] Move cursor to matching brace
Ctrl−Home Move cursor to the beginning of the file
Ctrl−End Move cursor to the end of the file
Ctrl−Arrow Right Move to the next word
Ctrl−Arrow Left Move to the previous word
Ctrl−Arrow Up Scroll up without changing cursor position
Ctrl−Arrow Down Scroll down without changing cursor position

Debugging Oracle Shortcut Keys

Alt−F9 Create breakpoint
Ctrl−F9 Clear all breakpoints
Ctrl−B Enable all breakpoints
Ctrl−Shift−B Disable all breakpoints
F9 Toggle breakpoint
F11 Step into
F10 Step over
Shift−F11 Step out
F5 Continue
Alt−F5 Pause
Shift−F5 Stop
Shift−F10 Run to cursor
Ctrl−F5 Start current document with debugging
Ctrl−F10 Start current document without debugging
Ctrl−Shift−, Next stack frame
Ctrl−Shift−. Previous stack frame
Ctrl−Alt−1 Show Breakpoints tab
Ctrl−Alt−2 Show Locals tab
Ctrl−Alt−3 Show Watches tab
Ctrl−Alt−4 Show Callstack tab
Ctrl−Alt−5 Show Threads tab
Ctrl−Alt−6 Show Immediates tab

JSP Designer Oracle Shortcut Keys

Ctrl−Shift−S Toggle show scripts
Ctrl−Shift−O Toggle show table borders
Source Control
Ctrl−E Open the current file for editing in Perforce (if Perforce is selected as your source control system)

Setting Focus Oracle Shortcut Keys

Alt−0 Output tab
Alt−1 Application tab
Shift−F12 Application tab
Alt−2 Files tab
Ctrl−F12 Files tab
Alt−3 Find tab
Alt−4 Main work area
Alt−5 Build tab
Alt−6 Property Editor tab
Alt−7 Document Structure tab
Alt−8 Palette tab
Alt−9 Data Palette tab
Ctrl−Alt−0 Streams tab
Ctrl−Alt−1 Breakpoints tab
Ctrl−Alt−2 Locals tab
Ctrl−Alt−3 Watches tab
Ctrl−Alt−4 Callstack tab
Ctrl−Alt−5 Threads tab
Ctrl−Alt−6 Immediates tab

Portal Oracle Shortcut Keys

Ctrl−Shift−F10 Brings up right−click menus in the Portal and Portlet Designers.

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