Mr Sandeep the Presenter for DBVisualizer session kept it as simple as he could, as a result the audiences were left with no doubt or question.
He started with introduction:
DbVisualizer is a database tool useful by developers and database administrators to aid maintaining their databases. The tool supports all major operating systems & a wide range of databases.
- DbVisualizer Free - for commercial and non commercial use.
- DbVisualizer Personal - Extends the Free edition with a collection of productivity features (Auto Completion support in the SQL editors
In BEA Weblogic the DBVisualizer is a package which gets installed when we install Weblogic.
To start DBVisualizer we need to see that the Database server is running.
Basic Requirement :
Java 1.4 or above , JDBC 2.0 & database specific Drivers
He showed a Demo on :
How to start the database
View Schemas, tables & records
Add records & delete records
In short supports all SQL & PLSQL Queries।
Best part of DBVisualizer:
- GUI mode to work with database
- Can work on multiple databases at a time
- Can view relationships among tables
- Can work with functions & procedures
- Generate Reports.
What made me unhappy is that – DBVisualizer is no more supported in WEBlogic 9.x onwards.
As DBVisualizer 6.x is getting released & coming up with more add-on features।
I don’t understand what made BEA exclude it in 9.x version.