dbRadar 1.0 (CD-Version)

Datenbanken entwickeln, administrieren und überwachen
dbRadar 1.0 (CD-Version)
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Kurzbeschreibung

Mit dbRadar erhalten Sie ein Hilfsmittel zur einfachen Verwaltung, Überwachung und Entwicklung einer Vielzahl von freien und kommerziellen Datenbanken wie MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, DB2 oder auch über ODBC. Sie erhalten ein leistungsfähiges Programm für Linux, Windows und Mac OS X, welches direkt mit etablierten Standardprodukten wie TOAD von Quest Software oder NORAD von Bradmark in Wettbewerb steht, jedoch nur einen Bruchteil dieser Programme kostet.

Sprache: Englisch
Betriebssystem: Linux, Windows, MacOS
CPU: x86
Hersteller: The Kompany
Lieferumfang: 1 CDROM in DVD-Box
Lieferzeit: ab Lager
Unser Preis: € 59,95 (incl. 19% MWSt, netto € 50,38)
ab € 49,- versandkostenfrei im Inland

db Radar Product Description

dbRadar is a tool for the administration, monitoring and development of a variety of Databases. It is available for Linux, Windows and Mac OS X. dbRadar competes very favorably with products such as TOAD from Quest Software and NORAD from Bradmark, but at a fraction of the price.

dbRadar works with the following databases:

If the connection is successful the worksheet will open and the user can then use any DDL or DML that the target database supports. dbRadar uses the MDI approach for representing all of its child windows. This means that the user can open as many windows as he/she wants, close and navigate through them. From the File menu the user can Print, Save and Load any text files into the worksheet and execute them as sql scripts. The user can drop the actual connection with the database and start a new one from the File menu.

In the worksheet the user can cut, copy and paste any text using the appropriate key (CTRL-X, CTRL-C, CTRL-V) combination or by choosing the edit menu after the text has selected. The Database menu offers the user the ability to open a new worksheet or a new system load window. To switch from one window to another, use the Window menu. For Oracle and PostgreSql connections the user has the ability to use code completion for selecting columns from the tables. The user can save the result set by right clicking the mouse over the grid and choosing a name for the file.

For Oracle connections only, the user can browse the objects from the database using the tree representation from the left and also can choose to see the execution path for a specific select statement by clicking the explain button from the worksheet toolbar.

Features:

Planned Features

Screenshots

Screenshot Description Screenshot Thumbnail (click to enlarge)
dbRadar
Code completion Code completion









Connection driver selection Connection driver selection









Connect to Oracle database Connect to Oracle database









Connect to PostgreSQL database Connect to PostgreSQL database









Debugger Debugger









Explain plan Explain plan









FTP Browser FTP Browser









FTP Dialog FTP Dialog









Killing a session Killing a session









Monitoring the system load Monitoring the system load









Working with multiple documents Working with multiple documents









Variables window Variables window









Contextual menu Contextual menu









Syntax in SQL Editor Syntax in SQL Editor









Columns view Columns view









Table source Table source









Table storage window Table storage window









Demo version

A demo version is available at http://www.smga3000.com/thekompany/dbRadarDemo/.