System requirements
These are recommended system requirements for ClearSQL.
200 MB free space
Microsoft Windows 7 and above
IE 9.0+, Firefox, Chrome
administrator privileges
Microsoft .Net Framework 4.0+, Visual C++ 2008 and 2015 Redistributable Packages (will be installed if missing)
32- or 64-bit Oracle Client 9+
Oracle Database 9i-18c
Connect to Oracle database
Install a relevant version of Oracle Client to ensure your ClearSQL can connect to a database.
64-bit client

ClearSQL 64-bit + Windows OS 64-bit
32-bit client

ClearSQL 32-bit + Windows OS 32-bit
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Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need Oracle Client to connect ClearSQL to a database?
Yes. Install a relevant version of Oracle Client before connecting to an Oracle database.
How to apply a license key?
Put your license key to the application home folder and start ClearSQL. If the license key is not applied automatically, then go to "Options > Preferences > License Key", click "Manually", and select the key from the file system.
What types of files does ClearSQL support?
ClearSQL works with PL/SQL scripts, Oracle Forms & Libs versions from 6 to 11, and Oracle database objects versions from 9i to 18c.
Can I install ClearSQL on Mac?
We don't provide Mac-native versions of our tools, but you've got plenty of options, which are successfully applied by many of our mac-based users.

  1. All the tools are tested in a virtual environment. You can install it with an Oracle Client to VMWare, VirtualBox, Parallels. Even Documenter, which is resource-critical runs with a minor overhead (±1%).
  2. Some users report successful launches with Wine, though we haven't tested it on our grounds.
  3. Bootcamp could also be the choice, should you prefer non-virtualized environments.