ANN: Database Workbench 5.2 now includes PostgreSQL support
- Date: Thu, 8 Sep 2016 13:17:06 +0200
- From: "Martijn Tonies \(Upscene Productions\)" <m.tonies@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: ANN: Database Workbench 5.2 now includes PostgreSQL support
Upscene Productions is proud to announce the availability of
the next version of the popular multi-DBMS development tool:
" Database Workbench 5.2 "
This release includes support for PostgreSQL and adds several other features.
Database Workbench 5 comes in multiple editions with different pricing models, there's always a version that suits you!
"Version 5 included many new features", says Martijn Tonies, founder of Upscene Productions.
"It added code editor features, has diagramming improvements, multiple editions, is fully HiDPI aware and offers tunnelling for MySQL and MariaDB connections.
The most recent version adds support for PostgreSQL, as requested by many of our customers."
For more information, see What's new in Database Workbench 5?
( http://www.upscene.com/database_workbench/whatsnew )
Database Workbench supports MySQL, MariaDB, Firebird, Oracle, MS SQL Server,
SQL Anywhere, NexusDB, PostgreSQL and InterBase, comes in multiple editions and is licensed based on
It includes tools for database design, database maintenance, testing, data transfer,
data import & export, database migration, database compare and numerous other tools.
About Database Workbench
Database Workbench is a database developer tool, over 12 years in the making and
is being used by thousands of developers across the globe who have come to rely on it
every day. From database design, implementation, to testing and debugging, it will aid you
in your daily database work.
About Upscene Productions
Based in The Netherlands, Europe, this small but dedicated company has been providing
database developers with useful tools for over 14 years. Slowly expanding the product portfolio
and gaining recognition amongst InterBase and Firebird database developers, they now offer
tools for a whole range of database systems, including Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server.