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The "Show me password" is extension for Oracle SQL Developer or Oracle JDeveloper i.e. simple extension (tool) that decrypts all saved (encrypted) password for database connections, application server connection, servers etc. in SQL Developer or JDeveloper.
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Show Me Password

For more information about the project, visit the official website Show Me Password or

Extension for Oracle SQL Developer (version: 18.x/19.x)

Download and Install

  • Download the latest version: 2.0.0 of the extension for Oracle SQL Developer, to your machine, btw. the extension is packaged as a zip file - pls. don't unzip it.
  • In SQL Developer, use/click to the menu item: Help->Check for updates... and instead of choosing from the existing update centers, choose the "Install From Local File" option, and point to the zip file you have downloaded.
  • Restart SQL Developer to complete the extension installation.
  • Supported version 18c/19c

How to use

If you click on the menu: "File"->"Show password" a window will appear that contains a table (with columns: connection name,db host, SID, user name and decrypted (saved) password to database) with list of all stored connections to databases in SQL Developer.

Note: If the extension does not work then remove the folder: system_cache from the application directory: /SQL Developer/system*/system_cache e.g.: in windows: C:\Users\<user>\AppData\Roaming\SQL Developer\system<versonNumber>\system_cache and restart Oracle SQL Developer

Extension for Oracle SQL Developer (version: 17.x)

Download and Install

  • Download the latest version: 1.1.0 of the extension for Oracle SQL Developer, to your machine, btw. the extension is packaged as a zip file - pls. don't unzip it.
  • In SQL Developer, use/click to the menu item: Help->Check for updates... and instead of choosing from the existing update centers, choose the "Install From Local File" option, and point to the zip file you have downloaded.
  • Restart SQL Developer to complete the extension installation.

How to use

If you click on the menu: "File"->"Show password" a window will appear that contains a table (with columns: connection name,db host, SID, user name and decrypted (saved) password to database) with list of all stored connections to databases in SQL Developer.

Note: If the extension does not work then remove the folder: system_cache from the application directory: /SQL Developer/system*/system_cache e.g.: in windows: C:\Users\<user>\AppData\Roaming\SQL Developer\system<versonNumber>\system_cache and restart Oracle SQL Developer

Extension for Oracle SQL Developer (version: 4.x)

Download and Install

  • Download the latest version: 1.0.0 of the extension for Oracle SQL Developer, to your machine, btw. the extension is packaged as a zip file - pls. don't unzip it.
  • In SQL Developer, use/click to the menu item: Help->Check for updates... and instead of choosing from the existing update centers, choose the "Install From Local File" option, and point to the zip file you have downloaded.
  • Restart SQL Developer to complete the extension installation.

How to use

If you click on the menu: "File"->"Show password" a window will appear that contains a table (with columns: connection name,db host, SID, user name and decrypted (saved) password to database) with list of all stored connections to databases in SQL Developer.

Note: If the extension does not work then remove the folder: system_cache from the application directory: /SQL Developer/system*/system_cache e.g.: in windows: C:\Users\<user>\AppData\Roaming\SQL Developer\system<versonNumber>\system_cache and restart Oracle SQL Developer

Extension for Oracle SQL Developer (version: 3.x)

Download and Install

  • Download the latest version: 1.2.0 of the extension for Oracle SQL Developer 3.x to your machine.
  • Unzip it and copy JAR file to the $SQL_DEVELOPER_HOME/sqldeveloper/extensions/
  • Restart SQL Developer to complete the extension installation.

How to use

In the menu “File” you will see new menu item “Show Me Database Password”

Extension for Oracle JDeveloper 12c (version: 12.x)

Download and Install

Download the latest version: 1.0.0 of the extension for Oracle JDeveloper, to your machine.

  • Download the extension to your machine (the extension is packaged as a zip file - pls. don't unzip the extension).
  • In JDeveloper use the help->check for updates and instead of choosing from the existing update centers choose the "Install From Local File" option, and point to the zip file you have downloaded
  • Restart JDeveloper to complete the extension installation.

How to Use

If you click on the menu: "File"->"Show password" a window will appear that contains a table (with columns: connection type, connection name, user name and decrypted (saved) password to database) with list of all stored connections in JDeveloper.

Extension for Oracle JDeveloper 11g (version: 11.x)

Download and Install

  • Download the latest version: 1.0.0 of the extension for Oracle JDeveloper 11.x to your machine.
  • Unzip downloaded extension and copy it to $JDEVELOPER_HOME_11g/jdeveloper/jdev/extensions/
  • Restart JDeveloper to complete the extension installation.

How to Use

If you click on the menu: "File"->"Show password" a window will appear that contains a table (with columns: connection type, connection name, user name and decrypted (saved) password to database) with list of all stored connections in JDeveloper.

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