mysql tools

The Enhanced dbForge Tools for MySQL v9.1 Are Out!

Meet the long-awaited release of dbForge tools for MySQL. We have enhanced them with a few new features that will surely come in handy.  However, the foremost thing in this update is that our tools now can run on Linux and macOS through CrossOver, a solution that helps launch Windows applications on different operating systems.

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Meet dbForge Studio 2022 for MySQL – Now Available on Linux and macOS

We are happy to announce the new release of our flagship solution for MySQL – dbForge Studio for MySQL – which is now available on Linux and macOS! Check out the updated features and improvements.

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Configuring an ODBC Driver Manager on Windows, macOS, and Linux

This article explains how to install and configure the ODBC Driver Manager on Windows, macOS, and Linux. Also, it shows how to configure the ODBC data source name.

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4 Ways to Test an ODBC Connection

Are you looking for different ways to test an ODBC connection? In this article, we will discuss 4 easy ways to test the connectivity and show how to do it with examples.

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Absolute Trophy Champion—dbForge Studio for MySQL Got Nine Awards

The festive season has come to an end, but Devart is still receiving presents. We have great news that we would like to share. dbForge Studio for MySQL gained nine awards from G2.

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Check Your Current MySQL Version in 6 Ways

MySQL is an extremely popular open-source RDMS, and it’s widely used by millions of companies and professionals. In this article, you will learn how to check the current MySQL version, and how to update it if necessary.

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How to Create a View in MySQL

This article will show you how to create and manage views in MySQL. A view is a virtual table that does not store its own data but rather displays data that is stored in other tables. Essentially, a view is a result of SQL query execution, which returns the required rows of data from one or multiple tables.

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MySQL for Visual Studio vs dbForge Fusion for MySQL: A Comparison of Plugins

Microsoft Visual Studio plugins continuously compete to empower users with extended capabilities. Free tools have the most obvious advantage — while you don’t have to pay for them, they tend to deliver all the essentials to cover your basic needs. Paid tools mean broader functionality, convenience, and customization, but the bottom line is whether the value you get surpasses the price.

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MySQL SELECT Statement Basics

The article covers the basic syntax of a MySQL SELECT statement and provides examples that show how to use a MySQL SELECT statement to retrieve data from tables.

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MySQL INSERT Statement – Inserting Rows into a Table

The article covers the basic syntax of the MySQL INSERT statements and explains how to use the INSERT command in the MySQL table using dbForge Studio for MySQL.

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