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Eclipse tools for work with databases

Eclipse tools for work with databases

Eclipse tools for work with databases

Hi! I am searching for Eclipse plugin that allows me to
run SQL queries directly from Eclipse. I don't need all that cool staff with tables drawing and so on, the only thing I need is support for PostgreSQL and Sybase ASE. Something like shell for queries and result viewer. I think that it is quite simple to develop plugin, so it looks strange for me that I can't find anything like this. Maybe You know one? Thanks!

RE: Eclipse tools for work with databases

Have you searched the eclipse plugin webpage? see eclipse-plugins

I've only tried the clay modelling plug-in which is not what you're after, but i was thinking of trying  awoma for a quick visual query tool.

let me know how you get on...


RE: Eclipse tools for work with databases

Nice link, Dan! Thanks!
I saw here some interestng ideas but all projects was in beta or alpha stages. It seems that developing such simple plugin is not interesting for serious companies or developers because it has'nt any commercial value, so the only hope is for enthusiasts who often starts projects and  not finishing it. Anyway, I saw something that looks like I want, but Iam not sure yet, need more detailed investigation :)

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