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Does anyone Know any KDE application for working with databases in a unified way? It must support several DBs (sqlite, MySQL, Oracle). GTK apps are also welcome :)

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Here's a nice comparison table – kolypto Sep 8 '09 at 18:36
up vote 8 down vote accepted

Found this....

Aqua Data Studio

Aqua Data Studio is a complete Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for database developers. It provides four major areas of functionality: 1) Database query and administration tools; 2) a suite of compare tools for databases, source control and file systems; 3) a complete and integrated source control client for Subversion (SVN) and CVS; and 4) a database modeler as powerful as the best standalone database diagramming tools.

OS Support:

  • ADS for Windows
  • ADS for Linux
  • ADS for OS X
  • ADS for Solaris
  • ADS for Java Platform

RDBMS Support:

  • Oracle - 11g/10g/9i/8i
  • DB2 iSeries
  • DB2 LUW - 9/8/7
  • MS SQL Server - 2008/2005/2000/7/MSDE
  • Sybase ASE - 15/12.x/11.x
  • Sybase Anywhere - 10/9/8
  • Sybase IQ - 12.x
  • Informix IDS - 11/10/9.x/7.x
  • PostgreSQL - 8.x/7.x
  • MySQL - 5/4.x/3.x
  • Apache Derby 10.x
  • Generic JDBC Platform
  • Generic ODBC
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A very nice one! :) – kolypto Sep 8 '09 at 15:36
When you say "Found this..." it really means that you never ever used it? – innaM Sep 8 '09 at 16:12
FYI This isn't free. OP didn't specify, but though it should be mentioned. – basszero Sep 8 '09 at 17:45
I believe this one has most features one may need, thanks a lot! :) – kolypto Sep 8 '09 at 18:46

SQuirreL SQL is a Java-based application that can connect to several DBMS, providing there is a JDBC driver for it.

It's free and open-source.

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Kexi may be interesting too... Of course it won't be and won't look that advanced like Aqua Data Studio does... Kexi's more like (from a Windows view) what MS Access is to databases while Aqua Data Studio more looks like SQL Management Studio looking at the screenshots.

But Aqua looks very interesting - I'll keep an eye on that. +1

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For MySQL: MySQL Workbench
For Oracle SQL: Oracle SQL Developer

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