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Build internal tools with Oracle

Retool makes it easy to build admin panels, dashboards, and utilities on top of your Oracle data.

Connecting Retool to Oracle takes just a few minutes, and lets you to quickly build internal tools like admin panels on top of your OracleDB data. Paste in credentials, whitelist the Retool IP, and you’re ready to start querying.

Building internal tools in Retool with your Oracle data is easy: you can write a query that pulls user data from your production database, display that data in a Table component, and then show a more detailed view with a few Text components in a Container. Integrating with other data sources is simple too: you can make a REST API call on your selected table row, or join your production DB with marketing site data to get a full picture of your business.

Retool supports both reading to and writing from Oracle. When writing data, we give you a point and click interface that makes it easy to perform the actions you want and hard to unintentionally do anything destructive, like DROP TABLE.

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JJ Maxwell

Co-Founder and CRO at JetFuel

We would have had to hire 2-3 full-time engineers to build what I did in 30 minutes using Retool.

Supported operations for Oracle

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View your data
Visualize and search all of your database tables.

Insert a record
Insert a record in an existing table.

Delete a record
Delete an existing record from an existing table.

Update or create a new record
Update a record in an existing table, or optionally create a new record if none is found.

Update an existing record
Update an existing record in an existing table.

Join with other datasources
Easily join with other Retool connected datasources like Vertica or Salesforce.

Bulk insert records
Insert a list of records into an existing table.

Bulk update via a primary key
Update a group of records using a column as a primary key.

Bulk upsert via a primary key
Insert a list of rows (or update if existing rows are found) using a column as a primary key.