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Database H2 + MAC OS

 
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How to open the console H2 in the browser on the MAC OS?
 
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Have you looked at RazorSQL for mac?

I've use Razor FTL for mac and it works.
 
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There is H2 JAR file in its installation-directory/bin folder (for example, on Windows, C:\Program Files (x86)\H2\bin). Something like h2-1.4.189.jar.

Just double-click ithe JAR file. It opens a Console in your favourite (default) web browser. Initially you should be able to login (the console starts with a login prompt) without entering any additional info.
 
Don't get me started about those stupid light bulbs.
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