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dbForge Studio for PostgreSQL

dbForge Studio for PostgreSQL is a GUI tool for managing and developing databases and objects. The IDE for PostgreSQL allows users to create, develop, and execute queries, edit and adjust the code to your requirements in a convenient and user-friendly interface. The tool provides a data editing tool to customize your queries and property window so that users can view all the required information of PostgreSQL database objects they are interested in.

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dbForge Studio for PostgreSQL

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  1. 3 votes

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  2. All text between $$ (anonymous or named i.e. $name$) code highlighted as text literal. E.g. standard example from official PG docs:

    CREATE PROCEDURE insert_data(a integer, b integer)
    LANGUAGE SQL
    AS $$
    INSERT INTO tbl VALUES (a);
    INSERT INTO tbl VALUES (b);
    $$;

    All text from $$ to $$ is colored as literal.

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  3. Would love to see this feature that is currently in dbForge SQLComplete for SSMS in dbForge Studio for Postgres.

    See the difference in this screenshot:
    https://imgur.com/a/arJ3RWL

    In SSMS (left), when you hover over a table name in editor, the tooltip shows the estimated row count in table as the last line, below the table description/comments.

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  4. The Query History window can be opened at any time in dbForge Studio for Postgres with the Ctrl+Alt+H key combo, but when the window opens, the caret does not position itself in the "Search" text box. It take an extra mouse click to position the caret in the Search box before you can start typing your search term.

    Here is a GIF showing this:
    https://imgur.com/a/qgr6SfC

    It would be nice if caret is auto-positioned in the Search box when the Query History window opens so you can start typing immediately.

    1 vote

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  5. Would love to see the F12 function key behavior from dbForge SqlComplete in SSMS added to dbForge Studio for Postgres.

    Here is a GIF of how the F12 key works in SSMS:
    https://imgur.com/a/LZCOE7k

    When in the editor, you can place the caret on a object name (table, column, etc.) and hit F12, and the Database Explorer panel on the left expands to select that object.

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  6. Will be easy can change or rename the columns or tables

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