Valentina Studio

Developer: Paradigma Software

Current Version: 7.2

Last Updated: 2 months ago

Download Size: 52.2 MB - Download

Description:

=== 100% Free - The Best Database Management GUI for ===
=== SQLite, MS SQL Server, MariaDB, mySQL, PostgreSQL and Valentina databases ===

Valentina Studio brings you powerful, visual editors for your data including:
* Schema Editor (tree view and column view) - create and modify all schema objects of supported databases: Tables, Views, Fields, Enums, Links, Constraints, Triggers, Indexes, Stored Procedures, ...
* Diagram Editor - design new diagrams or do reverse engineering, e.i explore existing databases visually.
* Data Editor - easily browse table records in the grid, modify records, an inline edit of values, sort, filter records and save favorite filters, preview images, hex editors for binary values, ...
* Related Data Editor - easily learn and manage linked records of two tables, link/unlink records by a mouse click, do set operations over linked records, ...
* SQL Editor - with color syntax, auto-completion, recent and saved favorite queries, templates, console with error/warning reporting, ...
* Query Editor - build SQL queries visually using just a few mouse clicks
* Server Admin - where you can manage users, learn logs and other parameters of servers.

Open as many editors as you like at the same time for different databases/servers opened in tab-panels. You also get different DB related utilities, including: Import/Export, Dumps, Diagnose, Clone, Reindex, ...

MAS version of Valentina Studio uses iCloud to share bookmarks between your devices!


*** See also: Valentina Studio Pro ($199 only) ***

Get Valentina Studio Pro as an in-app purchase (pay only once) to get additional advanced pro-features such as:

* Report Editor - visual editor of Valentina Reports that can be saved into Valentina Project file (.vsp). Reports can use as datasource MS SQL, MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite, Valentina DB, ODBC.
* Data Editor - enables go to parent record function.
* Data Editor Layouts - save columns and their order as a named layout
* Data Editor Multiple Update - update few records at once.
* Data Transfer - copy data between different databases
* Diagram Editor - enables forward engineering - i.e. generation of SQL scripts for new/changed database objects.
* Dump Wizard - enables filter for tables to select them for a dump.
* Error Lookup - search for error description by its code.
* Keyboard Shortcuts - enables the ability to redefine the shortcuts and create own shortcut sets.
* Query Editor - enables the ability to copy the generated query.
* Schema Cache - save and reuse the schema cache.
* Schema Editor - copy one or few schema objects using drag&drop mechanism.
* Schema Snapshot - save and load schema in structured format.
* Source Control - develop database using any VCS.
* SQLDiff - find differences between two states of a databases and generate SQL script to move between these states.
* SQL Search - search of schema objects.
* SQL Editor - enables autocompletion for table aliases.
* SQL Editor Formatting - format SQL queries.

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Release Notes:

New:
* [PRO] Drag&Drop now works in the Schema Editor for such operations like:
- Drag of a Table into another DB
- Drag of a Field into another Table
- and many others.

* Implemented 'fit_in_page' property of sub-report. This property allows you to keep the parent record with subreport on the same page, if subreport does not fit the page then parent record and subreport go to the next page.

Fixes:
* Fixed creation of a new database on SQL Server running on Linux.

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 5.1
Review by Rainforest Bill

Amazing - This SQL editor is free! I have been using it with their fast database Valentina but it also works for MySQL, SQLite and imports and exports. I've tried it with local files and with databases in my Bonjour network.

Found helpful by 7 out of 10 people
1/5
Version 5.5.4
Review by Acetylene Torch

Can’t import csv file - First thing I tried to do was import a simple csv file into mariadb, and it won’t work. I get seemingly 3/4 of the way through the steps to where it asks for mappiing the csv to the table columns, and then it bugs out… I can’t map anything because the options aren’t available. So, that’s a deal breaker for me.

Found helpful by 9 out of 14 people