DBEdit is a database editing tool, written in Java, which is suitable as a front-end GUI for your Oracle, DB2 or MySQL database. Its aim is to use the features of JDBC to their fullest.
DBEdits core functionalities provide aid to common data editing tasks and reporting, as well as database synchronization.
DBEdit 2.1.6 is available for Windows, Linux and Solaris. It is free, open source software distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License.
Supports Oracle, DB2 and MySQL.
- Update records by directly editing the result grid.
- Insert, edit, delete and duplicate records.
- Open, export and import BLOBs and CLOBs.
- Run scripts.
- Schema browser.
- Save favorites.
- Export results to Excel, PDF or a flat file.
- Copy and paste BLOBs and CLOBs.
- Export results to insert statements.
Connection to other databases:
- The application can connect to basically any type of database that provides a JDBC driver. Check out the manual.
Requires Java Runtime Environment. Get It Here.
DBEdit2 for Linux and Solaris is available at the developers website
Whats New in version 2.1.6:
- Changed IBM driver result set holdability to
- "Close cursors at commit" to avoid unwanted locks
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