Microsoft Access is a rather popular relational database system, which nevertheless has a slew of considerable limitations. And if your business requirements grow beyond these limitations, you will need a more advanced solution like Microsoft SQL Server, and your migration from Access to SQL Server will begin with data transfers. This is what we are going to explore in this article.
PostgreSQL stands out as one of the world's most favored database management systems, and a substantial number of PostgreSQL users are also devoted macOS users. They need tools that are fully compatible with their favored operating system. This article aims to guide you toward the most suitable Graphical User Interface (GUI) database tools for PostgreSQL on macOS.
This article builds a simple application that does some background processing to demonstrate the concepts covered using PostgreSql as the database to store data and dotConnect for PostgreSQL as the data provider for PostgreSQL.
A recent update of dbForge Studio for PostgreSQL has added one more entry to its list of supported databases. We're talking about TimescaleDB, a PostgreSQL fork marketed as "the easiest, fastest, and most cost-effective time-series database." Now it can be seamlessly accessed and managed from the Studio.
This article discusses how we can build a custom class to intercept HTTP 400 and 404, and 500 responses and return customized responses from the action methods. This article builds a simple application to demonstrate the concepts covered and uses PostgreSQL as the database.
The well-known as-a-service business model has long encompassed various digital solutions presented to customers, and databases are no exception. In this article, we'll have an overview of Aiven, a nice example of a cloud service that offers, among other things, fully managed MySQL and PostgreSQL databases.
Coming on the heels of our recent big update of dbForge tools for MySQL, we'd love to share some more good news—and this time it's all about our product line for PostgreSQL database. Today's update introduces several enhancements that will surely come in handy in your daily work.
The role of professional GUI tools is exceptional for database development, management, and administration. Let us review the best GUI tools designed for PostgreSQL – one of the most popular database management systems in the world.
This article builds a simple data-centric application and demonstrates how to disallow data access to certain IP Addresses. In this article, we’ll connect to PostgreSQL using dotConnect for PostgreSQL, a high-performance and enhanced data provider built on top of ADO.NET that can work on connected and disconnected modes.
Database security offers new challenges emerge daily, and you have to pay all your efforts to prevent risks. Reliable protection grounds on a system with several security levels. Let's talk about these levels and practical measures. To start, we'll take one of the most popular database management systems – PostgreSQL.
If you are a database developer dealing with several projects, it means you have to handle a number of database management systems simultaneously. And for each of these systems, you need to have a proper set of tools at hand. Moreover, the said set of tools must be complete and flexible enough to follow the evolving project and its current requirements.
Connecting to a PostgreSQL database via ODBC (Open Database Connectivity) drivers allows for greater flexibility regarding the programming languages and tools used to interact with the database. ODBC is a widely supported, platform-independent API that allows for communication between an application and a database management system.
ASP.Net Core is a popular web development framework with many features for building web modern web applications. One of its many great features is the ability to implement health checks to determine the health of APIs, databases, etc. Health checks can help you to know if connections to the database, third-party components, etc., are healthy, degraded, or unhealthy.
Configuring PostgreSQL for remote connections is essential for accessing data from different locations. By default, PostgreSQL only allows connections from the local machine, which can be a limitation in many situations.
Consider a scenario where you already have an API live and being used by users. Let's assume you want to enhance existing API capabilities while maintaining existing functionality. While some users may still use the older API, others prefer a version with new or improved features. So, you need a way to build and manage multiple versions of your APIs. This strategy is also known as API versioning.
We've got some good news for you today! The extensive compatibility of our database tools became even broader with a good number of cloud services that you can now seamlessly use with dbForge Studio for PostgreSQL and dbForge Studio for MySQL.