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Raghavan Muthu
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Joined: Apr 20, 2006
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Hi Roger Bjärevall,

It is really nice to see the tool.Of course it typically reminds me of 'SQLYog' -- a prominent GUI for MySQL database. Looking at the features, was really amazed by "Charting of data" and "multi result set management". The navigator feature is awesome!! I guess this tool definitely has many things in store

Also felt happy on seeing the ".jsp" extension of the web pages and its compliance towards Java EE

(1) Based on that, how heavy the tool is? Looking at the screenshot, it gives an impression that the tool might have been developed using Swings. Aint I?
(2) How about Charting? Do we have various types of charts -- like Pie, Bar etc?
(3) What exactly is the difference between "Pure Load" and "Pure Test" in the DBVis Modes?

Thanks for the beautiful tool.

Cheers,
Raghavan alias Saravanan M.


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Roger Bjärevall
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Joined: Feb 19, 2009
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Hi Raghavan,

Thanks for your post!

(1) Based on that, how heavy the tool is? Looking at the screenshot, it gives an impression that the tool might have been developed using Swings. Aint I?

Correct, DbVisualizer is built-on on Swing and currently requires at least Java 1.5. The performance is equal with native applications. Memory usage is a bit higher due to the nature of Java.

(2) How about Charting? Do we have various types of charts -- like Pie, Bar etc?

The charting feature is used to chart any result set produced by a query. Data can be presented in all sorts of chart types such as line, bar, pie, stack, etc. Check the following for more information: Monitor & Charts

3) What exactly is the difference between "Pure Load" and "Pure Test" in the DBVis Modes?

PureLoad and PureTest are other products offered by our company. These are used for testing and have nothing in common with DbVisualizer.

Best Regards

Roger
Raghavan Muthu
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Posts: 3353

That's great. Thank you Roger. I shall look at the URL for the Charts!
 
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