DBeaver v4.0.3

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
DBeaver

DBeaver

Homepage: http://dbeaver.jkiss.org/

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

License: Free

Version: v4.0.3 (19 Mar 2017)

Note:
1) DBeaver now requires Java 8.
2) Only Community Edition version was released. EE version will be released a bit later.

Change Log:
– SQL editor: context tooltips (F2) + database help system integration
– Database data transfer wizard was fixed (tables/columns mapping)
– Drivers download dialog was fixed
– Query manager view UI improved (columns sorting)
– Maven repositories switched to SSL versions
– Exasol: statements execution performance was improved
– Exasol: LUA scripts, functions
– Oracle 8 and 9i support has been improved
– Oracle: sequence manager was added (create/drop/alter)
– HSQLDB extension was added (views, procedures source, sequences)
– Hive: table data viewer/exporter fix. Array data type support.
– Hive Spark driver configuration added
– DB2 for z/OS: error message extraction config
– A lot of minor UI fixes/improvements
– All national localizations were disabled

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