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DB Visualizer Execution Plan

 
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Hi Sir,

I have this query, in the company where I am working, there are a lot of Database that is being used such as DB2, MSSQL, Oracle and for stand alone MySQL and Access.
Oftentimes we do cross query between different RDBMS. I want to know if DB Visualizer has some sort of Query Execution Plan where I will be able to know where the bottleneck in my query is so that I could apply the needed change? (Index, Temp Table etc..)

Looking forward to your reply...
 
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Mark,

DbVisualizer supports explain plan for Oracle, DB2 LUW and SQL Server. Check this for more information:

http://www.dbvis.com/products/dbvis/doc/main/doc/ug/sqlCommander/sqlCommander.html#mozTocId979712

Note that this works only with the DbVisualizer Personal edition.

Regards

Roger
 
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Hi Sir,

This feature is really cool...

Thanks for your reply...
 
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