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What's new in DbVisualizer 9.2:
- Auto Completion: Full auto completion support for client side commands and their parameters
- Compare: Allow comparison of two cells in the same grid
- Connection Setup: Re-introduce the "single physical database connection" behavior
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Session based database manager
To start using DbVisualizer on your Mac, all you have to do is to point and click to effortlessly browse your database's structure, characteristics of tables, and more. You can also swiftly execute a variety of SQL statements and saved between your sessions.
The DbVisualizer solution comes with extended support for a large number of databases including MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, Cloudscape, Sybase, SQL Server, DB2, McKoi, Mimer, SAP DB, Informix and InstantDB.
Vast selection of database manipulation tools
Moreover, DbVisualizer will also provide its users with the tools needed to effortlessly alter, create, and modify database objects such as tables.
Thus, with the help of the DbVisualizer application you will be able to edit a wide array of table data, from binary/BLOB to CLOB data types, either by loading it from your other databases or by importing it from data files.
One can also quickly edit and compile support for more functions, packages procedures, and triggers with the help of DbVisualizer's extensive set of built-in development tools.
Powerful and full-featured database manager with a built-in SQL editor
DbVisualizer also bundles an integrated SQL editor designed to offer extended support for exporting large result sets, parameterized SQLs, auto completion, visual query builder, and a full-featured SQL formatter.
In addition, DbVisualizer comes with a powerful command line interface created to help developers execute DbVisualizer SQL scripts without having to run its GUI.
Furthermore, DbVisualizer’s DBA extended features make it possible to manage a large variety of database instances, as well as security and storage parameters within the database server.
To sum it all up, if you need a robust and comprehensive database management and administration solution, you should really give DbVisualizer a try.
DbVisualizer was reviewed by Sergiu Gatlan, last updated on January 15th, 2015
Runs on: Mac OS X 10.7.5 or later (Intel only)
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