DBEdit Plugin for Eclipse

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DBEdit is a plugin for the Eclipse Workbench. It can be used to explore databases, edit tables directly with a spreadsheet like editor, edit SQL und more.

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  • liamboyd
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    One of the easiest apps to use

    Posted 09/17/2012
  • alach1
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    I was always a DBEdit fan. The spreadsheet like editor is great for reviewing and updating database. When you want to update single row there is no need to type a sql query, just double click on filed and change the value. It supports multiple connections to different databases, tables are viewed in separate tabs. For each table you can type the 'where' statement to limit the display. It also has an Instant SQL window for typing statements. No need to comment out unwanted sqls just mark a statement with a mouse and click run. (Other statements won't be run) And finally it is still working although it wasn't updated for years. I can confirm this is stable to work with Eclipse Ganymede (3.4.1), Java 1.6 for DB2 database. And as I verified recently, it is working with the Eclipse Helios release 3.6.1 too.

    Posted 07/07/2011
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English

Intended Audience

Developers, Education, System Administrators

Programming Language

Java

Registered

2003-06-04
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