Oracle Database can be used as a data source with SQL-compatible database connector. With SeekTable you can create real-time reports (pivot tables, charts, usual tables) and perform ad-hoc queries to your Oracle database with simple UI, without need to write an SQL.
There are no any limitations on the dataset size, but your Oracle should be able to execute aggregate queries fast enough (in seconds; 2 minutes max).
Connection String should be a valid connection string for .NET Oracle Data Provider; for example:
Data Source=(DESCRIPTION=(ADDRESS=(PROTOCOL=TCP)(HOST=hostName)(PORT=1521))(CONNECT_DATA=(SERVICE_NAME=serviceName)));User Id=user;Password=password;Validate Connection=true;
Specifies the host name of the machine on which the Oracle Database is running.
Do not use "localhost" or LAN server name; use only public IP address or server's domain name.
|SERVICE_NAME||specifies the name of the database service.|
|User Id||Oracle user name. It is recommended to create special user with read-only rights.|
|Password||Password for the user specified by User Id.|
|Validate Connection||Set this option to prevent ORA-12570: Network Session: Unexpected packet read error errors that may occur from time to time (this may happen if Oracle server closes 'idle' connections too fast).|