SQL Query Analyzer
Aqua Data Studio brings you an advanced Query Analyzer that allows you to connect to any database server and execute SQL Queries. SQL Abbreviations, Automate and Autocomplete features save you time in writing SQL statements. Use the available Beautify options to format the SQL statements. Query results can be viewed as an Excel spreadsheet or shared as an Email attachment with a single click. SQL Scripts display Inline diff indicators in the Query window with Aqua Data Studio’s Version Control Integration. A Charting Toolkit is available in the Grid and Pivot Grid Results.
The Aqua Data Studio SQL Query Analyzer tool includes the following features:
Connect to a Database Server and Execute Queries
Ctrl+Q invokes a Query Analyzer window with a connection to a Database Server. Execute SQL queries using Ctrl+E and view the results in different modes: Grid, Pivot Grid, Form and Text. Additional options to view the Execution Plan, Client Statistics and Script Details are also available. Powerful database management.
Automate Query Writing
With one click, the built-in Automate functions allow inserting frequently used statements such as SELECT, DELETE or INSERT in your code. Another powerful and flexible feature is the Abbreviation support under File->Options->Editors->Abbreviations, which allows for user-defined autocompletions. With an easy-to-remember abbreviation, lengthy blocks of SQL can be autocompleted with a few keystrokes.
Plain Text Editor Features
Find and Replace
Execute SQL Queries for Editing Tables
Ctrl+Alt+Enter invokes the query results in an editable, Excel-like grid. The Execute Edit feature is useful for altering, inserting, deleting, cloning and formatting data in the Table Data Editor.
Visual Explain Plans
Aqua Data Studio’s Visual Explain Plans for Amazon Redshift, DB2 LUW, DB2 z/OS, Greenplum, Hive, Impala, MariaDB, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, Netezza, Oracle, ParAccel, PostgreSQL, Spark, Sybase ASE, Sybase IQ, and Teradata Aster provide a visual display and statistics of an execution plan for a query, allowing for query tuning to enhance query and server performance. For Amazon Redshift, DB2 LUW, DB2 z/OS, MS SQL Server, Oracle, Sybase ASE and Sybase IQ, a rich graphical display is also supported.
Version Control Integration
Aqua Data Studio provides integration with several Version Control Systems like CVS,1 Subversion (SVN),2 Git3 and Perforce. 4 SQL Scripts associated with a Version Control repository can be edited and saved in the Query Analyzer. The inline difference sidebar of the editor automatically displays the differences between the currently edited script and its corresponding script in the repository as new text is being typed.
Autocomplete Object names
Speed up the creation of your SQL scripts with the autocompletion5 feature for database tables, columns and views. Autocompletion is invoked instantly as you type in the Query Analyzer. Aqua Data Studio will display a pop-up list of all matching object names making your work faster.
Format SQL Queries
The Query Analyzer allows you to quickly format SQL statements for readability. Ctrl+B invokes the various options to beautify SQL keywords, case keywords, alignments, operators, punctuation marks, line breaks and indentation.
Pivot Grids and Charts
Pivot Grids and pivot tables6 allow users to quickly summarize and analyze large amounts of data in tables—independent of how the data was originally laid out—by including different rows, columns, or summary positions. You can enable Charts in the Query Analyzer to create a graphical representation of your resultset using File->Options->General->Chart->Support Charts.
Save SQL Query Results to Excel/XML/HTML/CSV/INSERT
Once a query is built and executed, results can be saved as Delimited Data, INSERT statements, XML documents, HTML documents or Excel worksheets.
With the Parameterized Scripts feature, you can define variables in your SQL Scripts using a leading “&”. Once you run the script, a popup will prompt you to enter the value of the parameters. This feature allows you to reuse a script with different input values.
- ^ CVS Wikipedia article. CVS – Concurrent Versions System is an open source version control system.
- ^ SVN Wikipedia article. SVN – Apache Subversion is a free software versioning and a revision control system distributed under Apache License.
- ^ Git Wikipedia article. Git is a free distributed revision control system distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License.
- ^ Perforce Wikipedia article. Perforce is a commercial, proprietary, centralized revision control system developed by Perforce Software, Inc.
- ^ Autocompletion Wikipedia article.
- ^ Pivot Table Wikipedia article.