dbForge Team posts

Different Ways to Back up MySQL Databases and Tables

The article provides an overview of the backup types available in MySQL and describes how-to examples of using the mysqldump command-line utility to take a backup of the database, tables, data, or schema and to restore the MySQL database.

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Review SQL Complete on GetApp!

Enjoying dbForge SQL Complete? Why not share your opinion in a review?

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Update Your dbForge Tools to Prevent Diagram Control Errors

If you are using any dbForge tools for SQL Server, MySQL, Oracle, and/or PostgreSQL, please make sure you have read this post.

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Software Development Life Cycle Tutorial with Examples

SDLC (Software Development Life Cycle) is a series of steps for developing, improving, and sustaining a software system. Learn more about the stages and best practices. 

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dbForge Product Line Is Ready for Windows 11

Following our recent announcement that dbForge tools for SQL Server were updated and tested for seamless work on Windows 11, we hurry to make the same statement regarding our tools for MySQL, Oracle, and PostgreSQL databases. Now the entire dbForge product line is ready to accompany your database development and administration on the latest Windows OS.

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Connect to PostgreSQL Database Using psql, pgAdmin, and PostgreSQL Client Tool

This article will be useful for those who have already installed PostgreSQL on their personal computer. In case you still haven’t, this blog post will come in handy. Now, we will focus on some of the most popular ways of accessing the PostgreSQL database on Windows. We will describe the PostgreSQL connection options using psql, pgAdmin, and fast and convenient dbForge Studio for PostgreSQL by Devart. Moreover, here you will find the instructions on connecting to local and remote PostgreSQL servers.

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SQL Complete Keeps Extending SQL Prompting

We are happy to announce that the new version of dbForge SQL Complete has been released. We have been working on the implementation of the new features and fixing the faults in the existing ones to make your everyday working experience better. dbForge SQL Complete is a perfect solution for those database developers who treasure their time. With this add-in, you might actually feel that the application reads your mind and predicts your next step, taking away the painstaking work. The award-winning SQL Complete is available for Visual Studio and SSMS.

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Customized Hash Function Python Generator

In this article, we will show how you can take more control over the data in your database by using a custom hash function Python generator in the dbForge Data Generator tool. We will provide an example Python script, which you will be able to later use as a starting point for creating your own scripts.

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SSMS Tools Pack vs dbForge SQL Complete: A Clash of SSMS Add-ins

Undoubtedly, SSMS is a proven database management and administration tool that does its job well. Yet we all tend to expand our capabilities as much as we can, tailoring this tool to our specific needs. That’s how we get a wide range of SSMS add-ins and extensions at our service.

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SSMSBoost Add-in for SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) Alternative Review

Code autocompletion can be a popular and useful technique for developers productivity who strive to write clear, accurate, and reliable code with little time effort. As a rule, code completion tools provide context-based suggestions for code in the SQL editor, thus, helping stay focused, saving much time on daily coding tasks, and minimizing keystrokes.

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