DBeaver v3.6.8

DBeaver is a free, multi-platform and universal database manager for developers, SQL programmers, database administrators and analysts. This software tool supports many databases including but not limited to:

  • MySQL
  • SQLite
  • PostgreSQL
  • Oracle
  • Microsoft SQL Server
  • IBM DB2
  • Sybase
  • MongoDB and etc.

General features includes:

  1. Connection manager
  2. Metadata browser
  3. SQL Editor
  4. Data viewer/editor
  5. Data/metadata search
  6. Database structure compare
  7. Data transfer (export/import)
  8. ER Diagrams
  9. Query Manager
  10. Extra views
  11. Driver manager


Homepage: http://dbeaver.jkiss.org/

Download page: http://dbeaver.jkiss.org/download/

License: Free

Version: v3.6.8 (22 May 2016)

Change Log:
This is a major version: a lot of resource management improvements were done and a lot of good news for Eclipse plugin users.
Enterprise Edition version was also extended with extra Eclipse plugins.
Brief changelist:
– External projects/external SQL files are now managable
– OS shell integration was added
– Resource management was improved
– SQL preview in data editor
– Oracle: TNS names usage was fixed
– PostgreSQL: SQL completion was fixes
– PostgreSQL: schema and tables rename support was added
– MySQL: functions source code read was fixed
– MySQL: binaries dump in hex support was added
– Cassandra: timestamp representation is now configurable
– Teradata: tables, views, procedure DDL
– SQL editor tabs can be pinned
– SQL editor “link with navigator” command was improved
– SQL completion now uses fuzzy search
– ERD uses table filters
– Binaries presentation was fixed
– A lot of bug fixes and UI improvements


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