Universal database Viewer
This plugin is simple and usefull. It allows you to connect to a database server (tested with postgres, mysql, ODBC and oracle) by providing the jdbc driver, and the connection string.
Database-O/R Edge Mapping Designer
O/R Edge is a powerful and easy-to-use Java based object relational mapping tool that supports mapping of all types of object relationships, including one-to-one, one-to-many, many-to-many, and inheritance relationships. The O/R Edge product consists of a runtime library and a mapping designer. The runtime library can either be used in a J2EE application server environment bundled with any .ear file, or in a stand-alone Java application.
DataScope JDBC is an extensible JDBC plugin for the Eclipse IDE that allows easy universal access to and modification of resources within a database. DataScope is highly customizable: Just about every part of the DataScope UI can be augmented by writing simple classes, putting them in jar files, and dropping the jar files in a directory. Write your own classes to perform custom actions on the database.
Datebase Visual Architect for Eclipse
DBVA for Eclipse (DBVA-EC) 3.1, a sophisticated Object to Relational mapping designer and code generator to you. DB-VA generate real executable persistence code, persistence layer and database (DDL or direct execute to the database). You can focus on developing business logic and user interface without care about the database issue. The persistence layer of the DB-VA is build on top of the most popular persistence layer, Hibernate. There is no vendor lock on when adopting DB-VA. All generated code can run on all popular relational database (e.g. MySQL, Oralce, SQL Server, DB2) and Application Server .
Database Schema Viewer
DB Schema Viewer is an Eclipse plugin that builds a graphical view of an existing database. Reverse Engineering is performed through JDBC. The most popular databases are currently supported: * MySQL * PostgreSQL * Firebird
CROSSFIRE O/R generates JAVA source codes to execute O/R mapping and executing SQL with JDBC. This tool is easy tool to person who knows SQL, because this tool is based on SQL. The GUI is based on SQL, so you can easily input information of the SQL that you want to execute.
RMBench Relational Modeller is designed to be a one-stop Eclipse-integrated solution for grapically modelling relational databases. Databases can be reverse-engineered via JDBC, SQL can be generated from the model and executed directly from within the workbench. Among the many unique features is the ability to compare a model against an existing database and view the changes in a structure view and as ALTER statements simultaneously.
Database-Toby's PL/SQL Editor
This is a PL/SQL Editor Plugin for Eclipse using file and database access for auto completion and most of the standard source editing capability of eclipse. IT is designed to support editing the Oracle based PL/SQL language. Written in java, supported on all platforms.
Data Service and Query Builder Tool
Data Service is more than data manager or data organization; actually, it is data service perspective. It will be able to manage and organize your data service based on your requirements. It can be a logic data structure or a physics data structure; in other words, it will organize data in whatever way you want.
Eclipse SQL Explorer
Eclipse SQL Explorer is a thin SQL client that allows you to query and browse any JDBC compliant database. It supports plugins with specialized functionality for individual databases (Oracle, DB2 and MySQL) and can be extended to include specialized support for other databases.
Talend Open Studio-database
The first pure play provider of open source data integration software, Talend offers open, innovative and powerful data integration solutions, used primarily for integration between operational systems, ETL, and migration by organizations of all sizes.
Illatis StepIn is debugger for MySQL stored procedures and functions with Eclipse based IDE. Illatis StepIn is available both as a stand-alone application and as a set of Eclipse plug-ins.
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