DbmsClient - Free Universal Database Client

DbmsClient database client can simultaneously connect to multiple databases, execute queries, transfer data, schedule tasks and get alerts or results per email, upload result files in Ftp servers, etc.

It's completely free!

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Connection Group

Query all databases simultaneously

Create connection groups and execute queries over multiple databases simultaneously

Transfer data between databases

Grab data from one or multiple databases (pos2, pos3) and transfer it in a target database (pos1).
This will make database migration very easy.

Transfer Data

Create Command

Add Scripting Power

Using DbmsClient you can combine the power of Python or Groovy with SQL. The scripts can be used to monitor the databases, send reports or modify the data. If one of the scripts crashes you will be informed per email.

One Command-Line Client for All Databases

Easy Deliver the Data

Easy Deliver the Data

Deliver database reports or result files via ftp or email.
Let your Database Talk Python or Groovy

Talk Python or Groovy to Your Database

Create sophisticated scripts which combine the power of SQL and a scripting language like Python or Groovy.
Easy Deliver the Data

Monitor All Databases

For example run a 'disk usage' command over all databases and see database disk usage or table disk usage.
Easy Deliver the Data

Script Error Reporting

Scheduled scripts can report errors per email, so you will be informed about crashing scripts.
Easy Deliver the Data

Use Standard pgpass Files

Database passwords can be stored in PostgreSQL-like .pgpass files.
DbmsClient Free Software

DbmsClient is Free !

DbmsClient is a free software supported by Wise Coders the builder of the DbSchema Database Designer.

Product of DbSchema

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DbSchema is a visual database designer & manager. The tool can connect to any database and offers a friendly User Interface in which you can design complex databases.
DbmsClient is a free & open-source product of DbSchema.

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