Mysql Client for Ubuntu / Eclipse

Today, i found a nice Mysql client after migrating to Ubuntu. Previouly i was using Emma which was not so user friendly.

QuantumDB is a simple but powerful database access plug-in for the Eclipse Development Platform. QuantumDB allows you to:

  • connect to databases using standard JDBC drivers
  • review schemas, tables, views and sequences
  • look up column, index and foreign key information
  • issue ad-hoc queries or other SQL statements against the database
  • manage, edit, and work with SQL files (*.sql)
  • issue updates, deletes, and inserts using simple, easy-to-use wizards

QuantumDB works with any JDBC-complaint database, including:

  • Adabas
  • DB2
  • DB2 on AS400
  • HSQLDB
  • Informix
  • MySQL
  • Oracle
  • Pointbase
  • PostgreSQL
  • Sybase

The QuantumDB developers regularly use a wide variety of database products as they add new features to the plugin.

Point eclipse at : http://quantum.sourceforge.net/update-site

You will still have to download mysql java connector from here or download connector file here

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Updated 03 Oct, 2009:  It has very poor usability with eclipse version. I think the currently realeased version is not stable enough.

One Response to “Mysql Client for Ubuntu / Eclipse”

  1. MySQL Point Says:

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