dbForge Studio for MySQL Introduction

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Devart
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dbForge Studio for MySQL Introduction

Post by Devart » Thu Nov 24, 2016 3:06 pm

dbForge Studio for MySQL is a universal MySQL and MariaDB GUI for database management, administration and development.
The IDE allows to create and execute queries, develop and debug stored routines, automate database object management, analyze table data via an intuitive interface. The front-end for MySQL delivers schema and data comparison and sync, generating reports, backup options, visual DB designer, query profiling, and much more.

Features:
1. Compatibility with:
*all MySQL and MariaDB servers versions
*Percona PAM Authentication for MySQL
*Sphinx Search Engine
2. MySQL prompting, code completion
3. Automatic SQL syntax check and highlighting
4. MySQL schema comparison and synchronization
5. MySQL data comparison and sync
6. Display of MySQL database diffs, grouping, filtering.
7. Database Designer
* Visual query builder for MySQL, design and editing
* Viewing foreign key relations between tables
8. Data import from 8 popular formats into MySQL table
9. MySQL data export to 12 popular formats
10. Query Profiler
11. Database Backup
12. Database Administration
13. MySQL Debugger with step-by-step code execution, breakpoints, watches, a call stack, a variables evaluation mechanism
14. Database Refactoring
15. Report and Analysis

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Re: dbForge Studio for MySQL Introduction

Post by ghettocottage » Thu Nov 24, 2016 5:27 pm

Looks great. I cannot wait to try it.

..reads through requirements..

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Requires Microsoft Windows XP/7/8/8.1/10, or  Windows Server 2008/2012/2014

Oh well.

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Re: dbForge Studio for MySQL Introduction

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