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DbVisualizer: Does it have any forum

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Hi Roger!
I'm very excited about this product. Though i am not into databases anymore, i still love to know more about them.

1. Is there any forum for this software?
2. Also how this is useful for Mainframe or legacy platforms?
3. How does it help the average SQL developer and a DBA?

Thanks in advance

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3 - The feature that shows the relationship between the tables is very useful.
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2. DbVisualizer Personal includes database support for DB2 on z/OS. For other platforms; if there is a JDBC driver available then you may most likely can connect to it in DbVisualizer

3. DbVisualizer is great for standard database activities such as testing SQL statements, editing table data, exploring objects in the database and export/import.

Some users are satisfied with what the DbVisualizer Free edition offer while others decide to upgrade to DbVisualizer Personal which has a lot more features.

Best Regards

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