Database management

DbVisualizer is a universal database client that will help you access, explore and optimize most popular databases.

Access your database

Support for the most popular databases

DbVisualizer enables you to access your data from nearly any data source. Most have full support built right in, but even if the data source is not listed below you can most likely connect to it as long as you have a JDBC driver. Find your preferred data source below.

Search to find your database

Popular databases

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Connect almost any database with a JDBC driver directly to DbVisualizer and get generic object type support.

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Select database driver

JDBC driver management via Maven

DbVisualizer has JDBC driver management built right in. It connects you to your databases using JDBC drivers hosted on Maven, web servers, local files, and even supports different versions of each JDBC driver.

Find JDBC drivers

Maven jdbc driver

Explore and visualize

Automatic generation of reference graphs and ERDs

In most databases, the relations between tables and data are crucial to understand. DbVisualizer will help you automatically generate visual ERDs so that you can better understand dependencies and opportunities. Visually navigate the objects in the database, run actions, and open objects for more details.

Automatic generation of ERDs

Read more about automatic ERD generation

ERD Graphs

Support for database-specific object types

Each data source supports different object types. There are object types commonly found in several databases, like schemas and tables. Other object types are unique. In DbVisualizer, you’ll easily find and manage the specific objects in your specific database.

Support for database-specific object type actions

Each object type has a unique purpose and supported actions. DbVisualizer supports the unique actions of the different object types. You can write custom SQL to perform the actions, or simply right-click on the object and select the preferred action.

Custom object types

Optimize database performance

Explain plans

DbVisualizer can present a visual explain plan from the database to help guide you in writing more efficient queries. It allows you to analyze how a query will be processed by the database, for instance, whether an index can be used to fetch the data or if a full table scan is required, which is far less efficient.

Learn more about explain plans

Explain Plans

Export Database objects

Export the DDL for objects such as tables, table data, views, procedures, functions, triggers, packages, and package bodies. This allows you to easily re-create any of the key objects in your database.

Learn more about exporting database objects

Export Database objects

Database scheduling, events, jobs

Jobs can be automatically scheduled using the command-line interface for DbVisualizer and the native scheduling tools in the OS.

In addition, DbVisualizer supports “Oracle Scheduler”, “SQL Server Agent”, “PostgreSQL pgAgent”, “MariaDB Events” and “MySQL Events”.

Learn more about database scheduling

Database Scheduling Events Jobs
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