dbForge Studio for PostgreSQL

MySQL vs Postgres Comparison: Differences, Performance, and Syntax

When it comes to choosing the database management system, different questions might arise. It is crucial to find the DBMS that meets your needs and shows the highest effectiveness while solving the challenges you face. In this article, we are going to discuss the differences between PostgreSQL and MySQL database management systems.

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PostgreSQL Indexes: An In-Depth Guide

All relational database management systems, including PostgreSQL, provide specialized means and techniques to get the necessary information quickly and accurately. These means include indexes — database objects that are used to increase database performance, allowing the database server to find and retrieve specific rows faster. Indexes can also be used to help maintain data integrity, since tables with unique indexes cannot have rows with identical keys.

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How to Create, Update, and Drop Views in PostgreSQL

The definition of a view in PostgreSQL—and in other SQL database management systems, for that matter—is rather simple: a view is a virtual table that does not form part of the physical schema. It is computed or collated dynamically from data in ordinary tables (a.k.a. base tables). In this article, we are going to show you how to create PostgreSQL views and manage them with ease.

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PostgreSQL ADD COLUMN Statement to Add One or Multiple Columns To a Table

If you have been looking for a tutorial on the ALTER TABLE command in Postgres, your search ends here. This statement changes the definition of an existing table. In this article, we will be focusing on the ALTER TABLE ADD COLUMN syntax, which narrows down the functionality of ALTER TABLE to a single action: adding a column. We will walk you through different ways of adding a column using the command line, and also, a convenient GUI tool for PostgreSQL.

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How to Create a New Database in PostgreSQL

In this article, we are going to describe different ways to create a PostgreSQL database from scratch. Here, you will find a tutorial for setting up a database using the CREATE DATABASE command in the command line, the pgAdmin platform, and dbForge Studio for PostgreSQL. We have also included a part dedicated to creating a user in PostgreSQL.

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Devart Products Become the Winners of DBTA’s 2021 Readers’ Choice Awards

We are delighted to announce that Devart has been ranked #1 by the readers of the Database Trends and Applications magazine — the leading media specializing in information management, big data, and data science.

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dbForge Studio Awarded Top Rated Backup Software of 2021 by SoftwareWorld

It didn’t take long since the dbForge Studio product line received its latest award — and now we’ve got a new one to tell you about. Our all-in-one development IDEs for the most popular types of databases — MySQL and SQL Server — were awarded by SoftwareWorld, a review platform that helps businesses of various industries find optimal software solutions, providing unbiased lists of top products by category.

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Create Table in PostgreSQL: Guide with Examples

The article presents a comprehensive walkthrough of existing methods to create a table in PostgreSQL.

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dbForge Studio Shortlisted by Capterra and Awarded Front Runners 2021 by Software Advice

dbForge Studio is a product line designed to encompass every aspect of database development and administration, providing versatile functionality in a single IDE. It is available for all major database management systems: SQL Server, MySQL, Oracle, and PostgreSQL. One of the ways to evaluate its hard-earned reputation is to get acquainted with its accolades — and two of them are the subject of our today’s story.

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How to Create a Pivot Table in PostgreSQL Using the crosstab Function

A typical relational database table contains multiple rows, quite often with duplicate values in some columns. Data in such a table is usually stored in random order. By running a query to select data from a database table, you can perform filtering, sorting, grouping, selection, and other operations with data.

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