dbMan is a complex SQL monitor for common database systems (PgSQL, Oracle, MySQL etc.). It's based on Perl and DBI interfaces. Features include a command history buffer, tab completion, editing Oracle objects, simultaneous connections, SQL help, importing and exporting of tables, Oracle explain plan, and more. dbMan is made as a simple kernel and many extension modules, and you can make your modules with a simple HOWTO.
|Tags||Database Front-Ends Software Development Libraries Perl Modules|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
|Implementation||Perl SQL PL/SQL|
Release Notes: This version adds better TAB completion and reverse-i- search function (Control+R) to the Curses interface. Some bugfixes (module prerequisites, bad transaction information, etc.) were made.
Release Notes: A curses interface has been added with menu support and key bindings (all functions from the commandline interface are converted to the curses style).
Release Notes: This version brings key bindings for macros and commands, some new commands for key bindings definitions, some small bugfixes for macros from the last version, and support for cross-schema editing objects in Oracle databases.
Release Notes: In this release, a new macro language based on Perl substitutions was added, 5 new commands for manipulating the macro database were added, and there were some small cleanups.
Release Notes: Code cleanup. Many PgSQL and Oracle bugs have been corrected (some patches from last year). The WITH SQL command is included. All modules have been changed to the new Perl OO syntax. Better terminal clearing.