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Follow / 13 Jan 2017 at 4:29pm / Schema Browser

Support for Materialized Views for Postgres

Currently Materialized views are not displayed for a postgres connection.
0 / Active
Follow / 3 Oct 2016 at 11:21pm / Editor

Postgres: messages window and debug mode

Hi, I'd suggest to make a messages window with "raise notice" output etc, (like in pgAdmin) to make it possible to debug pl/sql code. Right now it's hard since there is no dbms_output package in postgres. Also would be awesome to...
0 / Active
Follow / 23 Aug 2016 at 10:41am / Other

Possibility to display database messages (notices)

It would be great to view database messages (notices). That is necessary for example to keep track of a running function's progress (ofc if status updates are implemented in that function). I am using the Toad extension with postgres. Did not try...
0 / Active
Follow / 23 Aug 2016 at 9:03am / Other

Postgres hstore datatype

The hstore datatype is displayed as {null} in the data view of a table as well as the query result view. That would be a great addition if the contents could be displayed. The queries of hstore columns work fine.
1 / Active
Follow / 27 Apr 2016 at 5:08pm / Connections

Allow connections to be defined with no User / Schema

Allow database connections to be created with no User / Schema. When the connection is started a User / Schema / Password can then be entered, this would allow a single saved connection to be used to login as different users without needed to define...
1 / Under Review