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SQL Workbench/J Download: A Guide for Beginners




If you are looking for a free, cross-platform, and DBMS-independent SQL query tool, you might want to check out SQL Workbench/J. This tool allows you to run SQL scripts, export and import data, manage database objects, and more. In this article, we will show you how to download, install, and use SQL Workbench/J on your system.


What is SQL Workbench/J?




SQL Workbench/J is a Java-based application that can run on any operating system that provides a Java Runtime Environment. It is written by Thomas Kellerer and it is licensed under the Apache License 2.0. It is not affiliated with any database vendor or product, so it can work with any database that has a JDBC driver.




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Features and benefits of SQL Workbench/J




Some of the features and benefits of SQL Workbench/J are:


  • It supports multiple database connections in one window.



  • It has a powerful command-line interface that can execute scripts and commands from files or stdin.



  • It has a graphical user interface that can display query results in tables, charts, or trees.



  • It has a data browser that can show the contents of tables, views, or queries.



  • It has a data editor that can edit data in tables or queries, with support for undo/redo, copy/paste, search/replace, etc.



  • It has a data comparer that can compare data between two tables or queries, and generate synchronization scripts.



  • It has a schema comparer that can compare schema objects between two databases, and generate migration scripts.



  • It has a schema browser that can show the structure and details of schema objects, such as tables, columns, indexes, constraints, triggers, etc.



  • It has a schema editor that can create, alter, or drop schema objects, with support for auto-completion, syntax highlighting, code formatting, etc.



  • It has a schema search that can find schema objects by name, type, or comment.



  • It has a macro feature that can execute predefined commands or scripts with parameters.



  • It has a bookmark feature that can store frequently used queries or commands.



  • It has a history feature that can store previously executed queries or commands.



  • It has an export feature that can export data or query results to various formats, such as CSV, XML, JSON, HTML, Excel, etc.



  • It has an import feature that can import data from various sources, such as CSV, XML, JSON, Excel, etc.



  • It has a batch mode that can run multiple scripts or commands in sequence.



  • It has a logging feature that can log executed queries or commands to files or console.



  • It has a configuration feature that can customize various aspects of the application, such as language, look and feel, fonts, colors, shortcuts, etc.



Supported databases and JDBC drivers




SQL Workbench/J can work with any database that has a JDBC driver. However, some databases have more specific support than others. For example,


Database JDBC Driver URL Notes ----------- ------------------------------------------------- --------------------------- PostgreSQL Supports PostgreSQL syntax MySQL MariaDB Supports MySQL/MariaDB syntax Oracle Supports Oracle syntax SQL Server Supports SQL Server syntax DB2 Supports DB2 syntax SQLite Supports SQLite syntax H2 Supports H2 syntax HSQLDB Supports HSQLDB syntax Derby Supports Derby syntax Firebird Supports Firebird syntax


You can find more information about the supported databases and JDBC drivers on the official website of SQL Workbench/J.


How to download and install SQL Workbench/J




To download and install SQL Workbench/J, you need to follow these steps:


Pre-requisites for SQL Workbench/J




Before you download and install SQL Workbench/J, you need to make sure that you have the following pre-requisites:


  • A Java Runtime Environment (JRE) version 8 or higher. You can download it from the official website of Oracle or from other sources. You can check your Java version by running the command java -version in a terminal or a command prompt.



  • A JDBC driver for your database. You can download it from the website of your database vendor or from other sources. You can check the compatibility of your JDBC driver with SQL Workbench/J on the official website of SQL Workbench/J.



  • A ZIP utility to extract the downloaded package of SQL Workbench/J. You can use any ZIP utility that you prefer, such as WinZip, 7-Zip, etc.



Download links and packages for SQL Workbench/J




You can download SQL Workbench/J from the official website of SQL Workbench/J or from other sources. There are two types of packages available for SQL Workbench/J:


  • A generic package that contains only the SQL Workbench/J application and no JDBC drivers. This package is suitable for any operating system that has a Java Runtime Environment. The file name of this package is Workbench-Build-ZIP.zip, where is the build number of the application.



  • A Windows package that contains the SQL Workbench/J application and some JDBC drivers for common databases. This package is suitable for Windows operating systems that have a Java Runtime Environment. The file name of this package is Workbench-Build-Windows.exe, where is the build number of the application.



Installation steps for SQL Workbench/J




The installation steps for SQL Workbench/J depend on the type of package that you downloaded and the operating system that you are using.


Windows installation




If you downloaded the Windows package, you need to follow these steps:


  • Double-click on the downloaded file Workbench-Build-Windows.exe.



  • Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation process.



  • You can choose to create a desktop shortcut or a start menu entry for SQL Workbench/J during the installation process.



  • You can also choose to associate SQL files with SQL Workbench/J during the installation process.



  • The installation process will create a folder named SQLWorkbench64 or SQLWorkbench32, depending on your system architecture, in your program files directory.



  • The installation process will also copy some JDBC drivers to the subfolder named drivers in the installation folder.



  • You can launch SQL Workbench/J by double-clicking on the desktop shortcut or the start menu entry, or by running the file SQLWorkbench64.exe or SQLWorkbench32.exe, depending on your system architecture, in the installation folder.



Linux/Unix/Mac Linux/Unix/MacOS installation




If you downloaded the generic package, you need to follow these steps:


  • Extract the downloaded file Workbench-Build-ZIP.zip to a folder of your choice.



  • You can copy or move the extracted folder to any location on your system.



  • You can also rename the extracted folder to any name that you prefer.



  • You can launch SQL Workbench/J by running the file sqlworkbench.sh in the extracted folder.



  • You can also create a desktop shortcut or a menu entry for SQL Workbench/J by using your system's tools.



  • You can also associate SQL files with SQL Workbench/J by using your system's tools.



  • You need to download and copy the JDBC driver for your database to the subfolder named drivers in the extracted folder, or to any other location on your system.



How to start and use SQL Workbench/J




To start and use SQL Workbench/J, you need to follow these steps:


Starting the program using the launcher or the script




If you installed SQL Workbench/J using the Windows package, you can start the program by double-clicking on the desktop shortcut or the start menu entry, or by running the file SQLWorkbench64.exe or SQLWorkbench32.exe, depending on your system architecture, in the installation folder.


If you installed SQL Workbench/J using the generic package, you can start the program by running the file sqlworkbench.sh in the extracted folder. You can also create a desktop shortcut or a menu entry for SQL Workbench/J by using your system's tools.


The first time you start SQL Workbench/J, you will see a splash screen and a welcome message. You can close the welcome message by clicking on the X button on the top right corner. You will then see the main window of SQL Workbench/J, which consists of several panels and menus.


Configuring the JDBC driver and the connection profile




To use SQL Workbench/J with your database, you need to configure the JDBC driver and the connection profile for your database. You can do this by following these steps:


  • Select File -> Manage Drivers from the main menu. This will open a dialog box that shows a list of JDBC drivers that are available for SQL Workbench/J.



If your JDBC driver is already listed in the dialog box, you can skip this step. Otherwise, you need to add your JDBC driver to the list by clicking on the New button. This will open another dialog box that allows you to enter the details of your JDBC driver, such as


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