MyDbExplorer - Is it for me?
MyDbExplorer is for you if any of the following is true:
- You are a software architect involved in designing database centric applications
- You are a software engineer developing database applications
- You are a software tester who test applications that access one or more databases
- You are a software support personnel providing support for applications that involve accessing one or more databases
- You are a database administrator
- You are working in any educational institute teaching database concepts
- You are a student learning about how to develop applications using a database
- Have anything to do with the words 'Database' or 'SQL'
MyDbExplorer - What exactly is it?
- a desktop application that you install on your computer
- a database frontend user interface that can connect to many relational databases simultaneously
- a tool that lets you explore database schema objects
- a database productivity tool targeted primarily for those working with databases
- developed as a framework that can be easily extended to access other databases
- a Microsoft Windows application and can run on a variety of Windows based platforms
- now available in three editions: Basic, Personal and Team Edition
- now at Version 4.0.
- is in use around the world in more than 22 countries.
MyDbExplorer - Features summary
MyDbExplorer is a windows desktop application that can connect to virtually any relational database backend. Written as a framework, MyDbExplorer supports plugin architecture. Any developer can extend MyDbExplorer's functionality to connect to new databases using its public APIs. It is a database frontend client tool and currently can connect to Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, IBM DB2, MySQL and Microsoft Access, SQLite, Firebird and Oracle's Berkley DB databases. MyDbExplorer can also act as a database explorer , exposing various schema objects like Tables, Views, Stored Procedures, Triggers and user-defined functions. MyDbExplorer supports opening of multiple SQL execution windows (tabs) per connection and can open multiple connections simultaneously to different types of databases. It has builtin capability to do schema comparisons across different databases. If you need to migrate your data from one database to another or consolidate multiple databases (may of different types) into a single database, MyDbExplorer can definitely be the tool you can use. Data Migration and/or Data Consolidation are features built directly into the framework and thus work across all different types of supported plugins. Currently, the following plugins are available:
- Microsoft Access
- Microsoft SQL Server
- MySQL Server
- IBM DB2
- Oracle Berkley DB
MyDbExplorer lets you save all your connections information. Next time, when you launch MyDbExplorer, you can open ALL of those connections, saving you enormous time from re-entering all the connection information. This feature can be a big productivity booster for those needing to open many connections to a variety of databases most of the time.
So, what are you waiting for? Download MyDbExplorer and see it for yourself.