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DBVISUALIZER: Connection management

Chuck Staples

Joined: Oct 22, 2008
Posts: 12

To be brutally frank, I'm having a hard time coming up with a suitable question, as I'm only an occasional user of an older version of the product.

However, I do recall an issue that I have had with regard to managing connection definitions.

* There seemed to be no way to sort or arrange the connection list entries, other than moving them "up" or "down" in the connection list manually - has this been corrected in any recent version?

Other than that, I do appreciate the DbVisualizer product... it's a nice lightweight DB browsing client and flexible enough for my needs - which are general DB delving and some light scripting in the course of software QE work... I was fortunate enough to stumble across DBV it a few years back and generally use it over any of the other available alternatives.

Thanks for a quality product!


Roger Bjärevall
DbVisualizer Support

Joined: Feb 19, 2009
Posts: 25

Thanks for your post.

Connection tree sorting was introduced a few years ago. Check the attached screenshot.

Best Regards


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