A simple development environment databases, without the help of specialists and programming skills, you will create a Windows application databases. It can be as simple telephone directory and accounting system in your business. You can also download Navicat Data Modeler 2.1.18.
The result of your work will be a Windows application that does not require installation and third-party components and the ability to work directly from USB Flash drive. Included with the program you will find a ready-made database projects. You can also download DbVisualizer Pro 10.
My Visual Database is a very handy application which will help you in designing as well as creating the databases and compiling them into various different applications. This application has been equipped with a very user friendly interface from where you can easily add as many databases as you require and then create Windows applications. You can also download Devart Entity Developer 6.3.543 Professional. My Visual Database provides you with the basic features in creating as well as generating the databases and forms. Scripts like Insert, Delete, Create or Drop table are the basic concepts that you need to know when you have to create the databases, tables and forms. There are many development tools which will enable you to manually insert the scripts and execute them but they also let you automatically create the table with the proper commands. Though this application does not provide you with advanced development environment in order to manually runt he scripts. It also enables you to specify which fields should be completed every time a table is populated with the new information, select the field type and remove the specific tables from the databases. All in all My Visual Database is a very handy application which will help you in designing as well as creating the databases and compiling them into various different applications. You can also download Borland InterBase.
MySQL Workbench is a unified visual tool for database architects, developers, and DBAs. MySQL Workbench provides data modeling, SQL development, and comprehensive administration tools for server configuration, user administration, backup, and much more. MySQL Workbench is available on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.
MySQL Workbench enables a DBA, developer, or data architect to visually design, model, generate, and manage databases. It includes everything a data modeler needs for creating complex ER models, forward and reverse engineering, and also delivers key features for performing difficult change management and documentation tasks that normally require much time and effort.Learn More »
MySQL Workbench delivers visual tools for creating, executing, and optimizing SQL queries. The SQL Editor provides color syntax highlighting, auto-complete, reuse of SQL snippets, and execution history of SQL. The Database Connections Panel enables developers to easily manage standard database connections, including MySQL Fabric. The Object Browser provides instant access to database schema and objects.Learn more »
MySQL Workbench provides a visual console to easily administer MySQL environments and gain better visibility into databases. Developers and DBAs can use the visual tools for configuring servers, administering users, performing backup and recovery, inspecting audit data, and viewing database health.Learn more »
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The main purpose of this article is to share code and to present some basic principles of creating and connecting to a MySQL database with C#. You may find many examples of how to connect to a MySQL database using ODBC driver, but here we will use MySQL Connector/NET 5.1.7. The DBMS used is MySQL Server 5.1.31 Community Edition.
As you may already be aware, MySQL is one of the most widely used open source relational database management systems available on the internet. It's fast, easy to use and free. It can be downloaded here. If this is your first time downloading MySQL, please also download MySQL GUI Tools and, most importantly, MySQL Connector/NET 5.1 which will allow you to connect from C# to any MySQL database that you create. If you need assistance with the installation, please follow the instructions provided in the website on how to install the product.
I'll briefly explain how to create a simple database. First, start the MySQL Command Line Client and enter the password that you provided during the installation process. After that, you will see the mysql> command prompt in the window. Try entering the following command and see what happens:
Stored procedures in MySQL do not allow the USE statement, as they operate only in the database in which they are created. The SELECT DATABASE() statement is to make sure that we have the shop database in use. Actually, this is not selecting the database for use. We also need to specify a delimiter when writing stored procedures because lines are terminated with semicolons.
What will allow us to work with the data in any MySQL database from C# is a reference to the MySql.Data assembly, which is registered into the Global Assembly Cache after the MySQL Connector/NET installation. First, create a new Console Application project in Visual C#. You may call it MySQLDBConnection or whatever name you decide. Now in the Solution Explorer within the Visual C# IDE, right click on the References folder and choose Add Reference... as shown below:
First, we start by adding a reference to the MySql.Data.MySqlClient namespace in our code. Then we create a MySqlConnectionStringBuilder instance and we add pairs of name/value items for the database name, data source, user ID and password. After that, we create an instance of the MySqlConnection class and we pass the ConnectionString from our MySqlConnectionStringBuilder instance as a parameter.
In many cases the Neptune workbench can create a visual diagram of your query results as well as returning them in tabular form. The graph visualization is available in the Graph tab in the query results whenever visualization is possible.
Neptune workbench creates a visualization of the query results for any Gremlin query that returns a path. To see the visualization, select the Graph tab to the right of the Console tab under the query after you run it.
You can use query visualization hints to control how the visualizer diagrams query output. These hints follow the %%gremlin cell magic and are preceded by the --path-pattern (or its short form, -p) parameter name:
The names of the hints reflect the Gremlin steps commonly used when traversing between vertices, and they behave accordingly. Multiple hints can be used in combination, separated by commas, without any spaces between them. The hints used should match the corresponding Gremlin steps in the query being visualized. Here is an example:
By default, a SPARQL visualization only includes triple patterns where the o? is a uri or a bnode (blank node). All other ?o binding types such as literal strings or integers are treated as properties of the ?s node that can be viewed using the Details pane in the Graph tab.
You can see this hint used throughout the Air-Routes-SPARQL.ipynb notebook and you can experiment by running the queries with and without the hint to see what difference it makes in the visualization.
At the next level is a folder named 02-Visualization. Open this folder. Inside are several notebooks that walk you through different ways to query your graph data, in Gremlin and in SPARQL, and how to visualize the query results:
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