A good jdbc based database explorer

I wanted to incorporate Derby into one of my projects and instead of using their ij command line tool, I wanted to use a UI to explore the objects and data. For this, I tried searching for a good tool.

I found this link on Oreilly

http://www.oreillynet.com/oracle/os_dir/gui.csp

But finally I settled with executequery

So far it’s been good experience using it. If you are new to jdbc, more can be learned from these jdbc books.

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2 responses to “A good jdbc based database explorer

  1. Tressa

    I want to use the built in Database Explorer.

    I have been trying to set up Derby to run with Eclipse, but I cannot seem to get the database part right. I can’t get to the Database Developer in Eclipse (on the Window menu under Other). I also don’t have all of the options under Preferences…..

    Suggestions?

  2. palpatin

    execute query is a good tip, thx

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