I had tested several other tools and by far the DbVisualizer was the best of them, certainly a great investment!RENAN BARBOSA DA SILVA
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DbVisualizer 9.5. This feature version focuses on improving the database integration for all supported databases in DbVisualizer. We've also added support for two more databases; Amazon Redshift, and IBM Netezza. New Scheduling management for PostgreSQL (pgAgent), SQL Server, MySQL, and improved the existing scheduler support for Oracle.
New Support Portal. Introducing our new support portal for DbVisualizer, collecting FAQs, knowledge base, discussion forums and product support in a single unified and searchable interface.
DbVisualizer 9.2. Now with keep alive support, import of XLS/XLSX, parameterized SQL for any database, improved object filtering, master password protection and more.
Top Feature Areas in DbVisualizerTop Feature Areas in DbVisualizer
Comprehensive Database & OS Support
Database specific support for DB2 LUW, Informix, JavaDB/Derby, H2,
Mimer SQL, MySQL, Netezza, NuoDB, Oracle, PostgreSQL, Redshift,
SQL Server, SQLite, Sybase, and, Vertica.
Runs on: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux/UNIX.
SQL editor with support for auto completion, parameterized SQLs, SQL formatter, visual query builder, explain plan, and, a command-line based interface.
Tree based navigation through database objects. Multiple objects can be displayed side-by-side.
Database Object Management
Visual tools to manage database objects. Edit, compile and, run procedures, functions, triggers, and, a lot more.
Table Data Management
Spreadsheet-like table data editor including binary/BLOB and CLOB data types, import from CSV and Excel files.
Export database objects and table data as CREATE/INSERT statements, CSV, XML and more. Support for exporting very large result sets.
(The exact functionality depends on what database is used)