What's new in this version

New Features
Added support for Elasticsearch
Added basic support for MongoDB and BSON data viewer
Added support for Presto
Added support for Trino
Driver Manager - Improved the driver management to support download drivers from Maven, version selection, and more
Added an installer for Apple Silicon, M1
SQL Commander/SQL Editor - A new feature to search across all open commander windows

Connection Setup -Allow copying the actual database URL from the link
Connection Setup/Driver Manager - Add possibilities to set overridden driver properties centrally
Driver properties with pre-defined list of values should be promoted in a drop-down
Connection Setup SSH - Add support for ssh-agent with SSH Tunnel
DB Support: Exasol - Add "certificate Fingerprint" for Exasol connections
DB Support: Google BigQuery - Add driver entry for Google BigQuery
DB Support: Greenplum - Add "Rename Schema" in PostgreSQL
DB Support: H2 - Add "Rename Schema" in PostgreSQL
DB Support: Netezza - Add "Rename Schema" in PostgreSQL
DB Support: PostgreSQL - Add "Rename Schema" in PostgreSQL
DB Support: Redshift - Add "Rename Schema" in PostgreSQL
DB Support: Snowflake - Add "Rename Schema" in PostgreSQL
DB Support: Yellowbrick - Add "Rename Schema" in PostgreSQL
DB Support: Oracle - Copying a scheduler job can only be created in connection user's schema
DB Support: PostgreSQL - Add "CASCADE" to Truncate
DB Support: SingleStore - Create driver entry and database type for SingleStore
DB Support: Snowflake - Improve support for authenticator=externalbrowser
Database Objects Tree - Give the option (or by default) to color visited table names
Driver Manager - Dynamic OS specific libs should be loaded from driver jar files rather than setting java.library.path
Filtering/Filter Sets - The Database Objects Filters editor should show and allow editing the label1 attribute for DataNodes
Grid Component - Add a "Reset Grid" action to remove any current quick filters, column filters, sorting, and selection
Installation/Update Installation - Should be possible to change the location of included user.vmoptions referenced in dbvis.vmoptions
Installation/Update Installation Web - Remove the UNIX installers, replaced by Linux installers
Performance/Stability - Increase the default value for -Xmx from 768m to 2048m
SQL Commander - Reload of file should preserve current selection, scrolling, and caret position
SSH - Support openssh config behavior to handle append, prepend and removal of algorithms
Scripts - Open multiple script files at once
Bugs Fixed
Driver Manager - Unknown driver properties sent to database

DbVisualizer is a feature rich, intuitive multi-database tool for developers, analysts and database administrators, providing a single powerful interface across a wide variety of operating systems. With its easy-to-use and clean interface, DbVisualizer has proven to be one of the most cost effective database tools available, yet to mention that it runs on all major operating systems and supports all major RDBMS that are available. Users only need to learn and master one application. DbVisualizer integrates transparently with the operating system being used.
DbVisualizer is available in two versions - the paid version DbVisualizer Pro with complete access to all highly optimized Pro features, and DbVisualizer Free with limited but still powerful functionalities.

DbVisualizer 12.0 works with Caché, InterSystems IRIS with generic database driver.

Developer Environment
Works with
CachéInterSystems IRIS for Health
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