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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. We are using currently PostgreSQL 13.6. Due to some new features we need to migrate to PostgreSQL 14. Is support for PostgreSQL version 14 planned and when?

    3 votes

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  3. Can you please add, in dbForge Studio for PostgreSQL, an "Administration" tab similar to Oracle and MySQL versions: * Monitor Sessions * Manage Server Security (database users management) * Some maintenance stuff and so on ?

    3 votes

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  4. Ability to generate table scripts Select, Select First N, Insert, Update, Delete

    3 votes

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  5. For example: In pgAdmin I ran an insert statement and was told exactly what value was causing the foreign key constrain error. In dbForge I'm not told what value is causing the error.

    pgAdmin Error:
    ERROR: insert or update on table "return" violates foreign key constraint "FKreturncategorycategoryid"
    DETAIL: Key (category_id)=(Lodging) is not present in table "category".
    SQL state: 23503

    dbForge Error:
    1 insert or update on table "return" violates foreign key constraint "FKreturncategorycategoryid" SQL.sql 1 1

    3 votes

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  6. A screen similar to Toad or DBeaver which show active sessions, allows grouping, sorting, filtering. Provides runtime information from pgstatactivity. Allows auto-refresh. For example:

    postgres 9119 xxxxx 2020-10-05 15:52:34.000000 2020-10-05 15:52:34.000000 (null) (null) active
    tagmanager 13679 xxxxx 2020-10-05 15:52:34.000000 2020-10-05 15:52:34.000000 Client ClientRead idle
    tagmanager 13316 xxxxx 2020-10-05 15:52:34.000000 2020-10-05 15:52:34.000000 Client ClientRead idle
    rdsadmin 26264 xxxxx 2020-10-05 15:52:34.000000 2020-10-05 15:52:34.000000 Client ClientRead idle
    maxnote 23469 xxxxx 2020-10-05 15:52:34.000000 2020-10-05 15:52:34.000000 Client ClientRead idle
    maxnote 23470 xxxxx 2020-10-05 15:52:34.000000 2020-10-05 15:52:34.000000 Client ClientRead idle
    tagmanager 13317 xxxxx 2020-10-05 15:52:34.000000 2020-10-05 15:52:34.000000 Client ClientRead idle
    maxnote 24322 xxxxx 2020-10-05…

    3 votes

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  7. When I connect to my PostgreSQL 11.5 database using the dbForge Studio for PostgreSQL, only the databases are shown in the Database Explorer. How can I view the upper level objects, e.g. tablespaces?

    3 votes

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  8. Autocomplete SQL after JOIN definition (pgAdmin4 4.x can do it)

    3 votes

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  9. dbForge Studio analyses all tables, primary keys, relations and creates diagram automatically.

    3 votes

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  10. SELECT column FROM table;

    When I select the column name or any text and press Single or Double quote key, The column name should be surrounded by that quote:

    SELECT [column] FROM table; -- [column] => selected text

    Exptected:

    SELECT "column" FROM table;
    -- OR --
    SELECT 'column' FROM table;


    Currently it just replaces the selected text with quote:
    SELECT ' FROM table;

    3 votes

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  11. JSONB, JSON column => as JSON
    INT,DECIMAL => as NUMERIC
    so on...

    At moment, we have to switch type eveytime, this is so annonying.

    3 votes

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  12. Copy as SQL

    3 votes

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  13. If panel with result set was hidden it should be unhidden on the next query execution.
    Otherwise it is unclear whether the query has been executed or not.
    For comparison, SSMS behaves this way.

    See a gif: https://i.imgur.com/pN6rvXW.gif

    Steps to reproduce:
    - execute a query
    - hide panel with result set by mouse click to its horizontal border
    - execute a query again

    Expected: the panel with result set is shown.
    Actual: the panel with result set remains hidden.

    If user executes any select-statement he usually wants to see a result set, doesn't he?
    So I don't see any reason…

    2 votes

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  14. Our project files are UTF-8 encoded. Our various text editors detect this automatically - VS Code, for example - but dbForge asks for the encoding when opening and defaults to "Western European (Windows)". The result is any UTF-8 specific characters are corrupted without warning.

    If this code is applied to a database the database code will also be corrupted without warning.

    I would suggest attempting to detect the file encoding automatically and only ask for the file encoding if the detection fails.

    2 votes

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  15. I sometimes change my SQL files outside of dbForge (e.g. inside Visual Studio when making minor changes before commit to git). I would like dbForge to ask me to reload changed files when I switch back to the dbForge window (or do so automatically if the file hasn't also changed in dbForge). Pretty much all editors support this feature - it baffles me that dbForge doesn't...or am I missing something?

    2 votes

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  16. 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.

    2 votes

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  17. You used to support this for mysql.

    It is unbelievably annoying to have to run comparison queries in separate tabs, then copy and paste the data into another program in order to do simple comparisons.

    2 votes

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  18. "if you just want to cut or copy one line, you don't have to select the line. All you have to do is put your cursor on the line and press Control+X or Control+C. Visual Studio will cut or copy the whole line, including the carriage return."

    https://visualstudiomagazine.com/Blogs/Tool-Tracker/2015/02/Cut-Copy-One-Keystroke.aspx

    2 votes

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  19. Only Database objects are display in the DE, Roles would be handy.

    2 votes

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  20. Execute selected or current sql block with CTRL-Enter or CTRL-E.

    2 votes

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