Make your work easier: one tool, lots of features
Database Workbench offers a single development environment for developing with multiple database engines.
With database engine specific functionality, powerful tools and a consistent, clear and intuitive user interface, Database Workbench will increase your productivity from the moment you start using it.
Data Model Design
Design and develop from a single conceptual data model to the different DBMS specific physical models.
Reverse engineer existing databases to print graphical overviews.
Create sub-diagrams for clarity in complex databases, to group tables related to specific functionality.More on database design...
Create and modify databases objects in graphical editors, no need to remember specific SQL syntax.
The editors allow you to easily create database objects, copy DDL statements, duplicate objects, browse data and much more.
Across different DBMS-modules, Database Workbench has a consistent user interface.More on user interface features...
Stored Routine Debugging
Debug Stored Procedures, Stored Functions, Packages and Triggers in your database.
Execute a routine step by step and use "trace into" to see what's going on.Watch a video...
(available for InterBase, Firebird, MySQL, Sybase SQL Anywhere and Oracle)
Many productivity tools are available:
- Two-Way Visual Query Builder
- SQL and Parameter Insight
- Code and SQL Catalogs
- Object and Code Templates
- Drag and Drop Objects
Database Compare and Migration
Compare development with production databases and get a "change script".
Compare databases, even across different database systems, with automatic data type and default function mapping.
Migrate meta data structures from one database system to another.
Database Workbench is available in two editions:
Database Workbench ProThe complete edition of Database Workbench that has all features and can support multiple database systems.
Database Workbench LiteThe FREE edition of Database Workbench that supports a single database system (currently InterBase, Firebird or MySQL) and a basic set of features.
For a detailed look at the differences between these editions, see the feature matrix.