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Find out what DbVisualizer PRO supports, per object type.

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The following table shows the database specific support in DbVisualizer Pro for {{ curDB.name }} organized per database object type.

  • Object Type - show what object types are listed in the Databases tab
  • Actions - show what actions are available for the object type
  • Viewers - show what viewers are available for the object type
Object Type Actions Viewers
Databases
Create Database Databases, Session SQL Mode1
Catalog
Export Database, Drop Database Catalog
Tables
Create Table, Import Table Data References, Tables
Table
Alter Table, Create Trigger, Export Table, Import Table Data, Analyze Table1, Check Table1, Checksum Table2, Create Index, Drop Table, Empty Table, Optimize Table1, Rename Table, Repair Table1, Script: Script Table Navigator3, References, Data, Columns, DDL, Grants, Indexes, Info, Native DDL, Primary Key, Row Count, Row Id, Triggers4
Columns
  Columns
Column
  Column
Indexes
  Indexes
Index
Drop Index Index
Triggers4
  Triggers
Trigger
Export Trigger, Drop Trigger Trigger Editor, Info
Views4
  Views
View
Export View, Drop View, Rename View, Script: Script View Data, Columns, DDL4, Grants, Info, Row Count
Columns
  Columns
Column
  Column
Procedures4
Create Procedure5, Create Procedure6 Stored Procedures
Procedure
Export Procedure, Drop Procedure, Script: Script Procedure Procedure Editor, Info
Functions4
Create Function5, Create Function6 User Functions
Function
Export Function, Drop Function, Script: Script Function Function Editor, Info
Triggers4
  Triggers
Trigger
Export Trigger, Drop Trigger Trigger Editor, Info
Events7
Create Event, Start/Stop Event Scheduler Events
Event
Alter Event, Drop Event, Enable/Disable Event, Rename Event Info
Sequences8
Create Sequence Sequences
Sequence
Drop Sequence, Rename Sequence, Script: Script Sequence DDL, Info
Packages
Create Package Packages
Package
Create Package Body, Export Package, Drop Package and Package Body Package Specification Editor
PackageBody
Export Package Body, Drop Package Body Package Body Editor
PackageBodies
Create Package Body Package Bodies
PackageBody
Export Package Body, Drop Package Body Package Body Editor
DBA
  DBA
Users
Create User Users
Login
Drop User Privileges, Show Grants
Privileges1
  Server Privileges
Processes
  Processes
Process
Kill Session Process
Status
  Charset1, Colllation1, Slave Hosts1, Slave Status1, Status, Variables
TableEngines1
  Table Engines
TableEngine
  Mutex, Status
Warnings4
  Errors, Warnings
1) Version 4.1 and later
2) Version 4.2 and later
3) DbVisualizer Pro
4) Version 5.0 and later
5) Using ORACLE_SQLMODE
6) Using ORACLE_SQLMODE
7) Version 10.4 and later
8) Version 10.3 and later

{{ curDB.name }} specific support

Specific support for {{ curDB.name }}.

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Feature
DbVisualizer Pro
DbVisualizer Free

{{ curDB.name }} Connector/J JDBC Driver

Connector/J is the official JDBC driver.

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This driver is co-packaged with DbVisualizer.

Required File(s)

Default Driver Class

JDBC URL Format

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Example:

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Database

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{{ database.name }} Database Specific Support

The following table shows the database specific support in DbVisualizer Pro for {{ database.name }} organized per database object type.

  • Object Type - show what object types are listed in the Databases tab
  • Actions - show what actions are available for the object type
  • Viewers - show what viewers are available for the object type
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