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Visual GUI Designer , database/JDBC tool for eclipse

 
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I am tasting the Eclipse. What is good Visual GUI Designer for eclipse ? What is good database/JDBC tool for eclipse ?

where can I download it ?

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Take a look at http://eclipse-plugins.2y.net/eclipse/plugins.jsp

For browsing databases, I use SqlExplorer, which is quite good.
 
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What is good Visual GUI Designer for eclipse ?


Take a look at SWT Designer, Swing Designer, and the Eclipse Visual Editor.
 
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I use the Quantum DB plugin, I find it quite easy to use.
You can find it here:

http://www.eclipse-plugins.info/eclipse/plugin_details.jsp?id=136

or here:

http://quantum.sourceforge.net/

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I use JFaceDbc, which was originally an open-source but is now a for-sale product. The last open-source release though is still available, free, and works beautifully.

Latest Releases:
http://www.pratocity.com/index.jsp?mod=/jface/jfacedbc.jsp

Previous Releases (on sourceforge):
http://sourceforge.net/projects/jfacedbc
 
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afaik the last version of JFaceDBC does not work with Eclipse 3.0. sqlexplorer is a fork from the last JFaceDBC which works well with Eclipse 3.0

./pope
 
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