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SQL Clients

sql-workbench-j

SQL Workbench/J is a DBMS independet frontend for SQL databases. It can be used in batch mode and has strong export and import capabilities. It also offers some extensions to SQL (Variable substitution, BLOB support with local filenames) that try to unify handling SQL databases. It can copy table data directly between two different servers (batch and GUI)

 

jackcess

Jackcess is a pure Java library for reading from and writing to MS Access databases. It is not an application. There is no GUI. It's a library, intended for other developers to use to build Java applications.

 

freequerybuilder

With FreeQueryBuilder, you can create SQL queries without directly writing SQL. Included: Query Preview, Queries history, JDBC Administrator, Metadata search, Command editor. Works with any JDBC compliant database(ORACLE, MySQL, HSQLDB, Firebird etc.)

 

adit

Adit is another database interface tool built with Java. Adit is meant to be a lightweight tool for querying a database.

 

sql-admin

SQL Admin is a Java client application to connect and send queries to different databases through JDBC. The main idea is to create a multiplatform and multidatabase thin client.

 

squirrel-sql-client

SQuirreL SQL Client is a graphical Java program that will allow you to view the structure of a JDBC compliant database, browse the data in tables, issue SQL commands etc. The minimum version of Java supported is 1.3

 

isql-viewer

iSQL-Viewer is an open-source JDBC 2.x compliant database front end written in Java. It implements across multiple platforms features of the JDBC API. It does everything through a single interface. iSQL-Viewer works with most database platforms, including PostgreSQL, MySQL, Oracle, and Informix. iSQL-Viewer provides a variety of tools and features to carry out common database tasks.

 

sqlminus

SQLMinus is an SQL Client with many developer-friendly features

 


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