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From Michael McCutcheon <michaelm...@frontiernet.net>
Subject Re: good visual schema browser for derby?
Date Sun, 27 Aug 2006 18:08:43 GMT
Thanks, I'll check them out.

As far as development goes, I feel NetBeans 5.5 can't be beat for  
Java EE support (Java Persistence API support, etc.)...but I don't  
want to stir that hornet's nest :)

Mike



On Aug 27, 2006, at 8:54 AM, Charlie Kelly wrote:

> IBM's Cloudscape Workbench does all of the things that ask about  
> (and its free)..
> It is built upon Eclipse.
>
> Additionally, the Data Tools Project (DTP) within Eclipse also  
> provides the features you request,
> and permits you to extend them. http://www.eclipse.org/datatools/
>
> P.S. I highly recommend Eclipse for both software, and database,  
> development.
>
> Charlie Kelly
>
> Michael McCutcheon wrote:
>
>> Can anyone recommend a good visual schema browser that works well  
>> with derby?
>>
>> Additionally, are there any graphical tools that allow me to  
>> create tables, relationships, etc.?
>>
>> I'm just tired of using IJ. It feels like using 'bear skins and  
>> knives' to do database development. (stolen from spock on the  
>> original star trek).
>>
>> Netbeans give me some basic stuff but it is too basic I feel.
>>
>> I'm seen some tools in the past, but the were all geared toward  
>> other databases and did not work to well with derby.
>>
>> What tools do you use?
>>
>> Thanks for any recommendations...
>>
>> Mike
>>
>>
>>
>>
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