This project is no longer maintain for free and requires payment to unlock all features. At the same time we will put more effort into developing this project.
The online document is migrate to doc.database-client.com.
This project is a database client for VSCode, supports manager MySQL/MariaDB, PostgreSQL, SQLite, Redis, ClickHouse, 达梦, and ElasticSearch, and works as an SSH client, boost your maximum productivity!
Note: The extension is now paid for, and some functions are available to paid users.
Install from vscode marketplace vscode-database-client.
Two panels are created because in some cases you need to view both SQL and NoSQL data at the same time, you can drag the panel to the other by long-pressing.
Execute SQL Query
In the Database Explorer panel, click the
That will open a SQL editor bind of database, it provider:
Note: The extension is developed using Nodejs. Nodejs does not allow duplicate name attributes, so you need to avoid columns with the same name in your query, otherwise the results will not be displayed in full.
This extension supports codelen, but does not support stored procedures and functions. If you use them frequently, it is recommended to disable codelen
In order to improve performance, the database information is cached. If your database structure changes externally, you need to click the refresh button to refresh the cache。
Move to ant DatabaseNode or TableNode. The export/import options are listed in the context menu (right click to open).
The extension implements the backup function, but it is not stable enough. You can add mysql_dump or pg_dump to the environment variable, and the extension will use these tools for backup.
This extension contain some setting, can be modified as follows, some settings only take effect for paid users.
The default settings can get the best experience, don't worry
Used to quickly filter the table, if there is an input box to simplify the search operation, but unfortunately VSCode does not support this function.
Generate Mock Data
You can easily generate test data.
Click the history button to open the list of recently executed query history records.