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Support other types of databases #56

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atrauzzi opened this Issue Nov 16, 2017 · 60 comments

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atrauzzi commented Nov 16, 2017

Primarily postgres (with GIS extensions), redis, azure cosmos and mariadb.


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carwyn commented Nov 17, 2017

SQLite would be good too.

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nurettin commented Nov 17, 2017

This would be great for some folks who still use informix.

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VaclavElias commented Nov 17, 2017

I was about to open this suggestion.
+1 MySQL / MariaDb, +1 PostgreSQL

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chrisramakers commented Nov 17, 2017

+1 postgres

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irufus commented Nov 17, 2017

Is this considered out of scope?

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mikeball commented Nov 17, 2017

+1 postgres

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IvanPudev commented Nov 17, 2017

+1 postgres

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pedrozoalencar commented Nov 17, 2017

+1 DB2

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atrauzzi commented Nov 17, 2017

@irufus - Based on community interest, nope! And it shouldn't be.

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Raymonf commented Nov 18, 2017

@irufus Well, the program is called "SQL Operations Studio", not "SQL Server Operations Studio".

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b5n commented Nov 18, 2017

It makes sense to support Sqlite due to dotnet core. MySql and Postgres support will bolster both Azure DB and sqlops adoption.

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atrauzzi commented Nov 18, 2017

@welkie - Totally agree. And the only alternative on Windows is DataGrip by JetBrains. Still leaves me wanting for something prettier and more direct.

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alfeg commented Nov 18, 2017

+1 for postgres

@welkie there is awesome dbeaver app to manage

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insinfo commented Nov 18, 2017

+1 postgres

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AlexTroshkin commented Nov 18, 2017

+1 postgres

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carwyn commented Nov 18, 2017

Convention on Github seems to be to add a thumbs up rather than a +1 as it creates less clutter and less email.

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MikeElghali commented Nov 20, 2017

+1 MySQL & MariaDB

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insinfo commented Nov 20, 2017

@b5n @welkie @atrauzzi @MikeElghali I totally agree, you took the words out of my mouth.

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kokes commented Nov 20, 2017

It's been said, but it apparently needs repeating. Please stop with all that "+1". Use thumbs up/down emojis to express (dis)agreement and stop flooding what's supposed to be an issue tracker.

Thank you.

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fellow99 commented Nov 25, 2017

+1 mysql

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outwitevil commented Nov 29, 2017

+1 postgres

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willembressers commented Nov 30, 2017

DB2

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KISSMonX commented Dec 5, 2017

666, 甯屾湜鏀寔 MySQL 鍜 PostgreSQL, sqlite3 涔熶笉閿.

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styfle commented Dec 5, 2017

Want your favorite database supported??

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Why? Because #56 (comment) and #56 (comment)

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drowa commented May 11, 2018

@L0stLink: I don't think it is a good idea to have both breadth and depth under the same project; SQL platforms are very complex and diverse.

For features that can be shared by multiple projects, we use modularisation.

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thecotne commented May 11, 2018

@drowa so you think there should be

sublime text for html
sublime text for css
sublime text for php
sublime text for javascript
sublime text for python
sublime text for sql
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and not one sublime text with support for many languages

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L0stLink commented May 11, 2018

If support for different SQL dialects is implemented through extensions contributed by the community and/or the sqlops team, the modularity can still be maintained without the need of forking the entire code base. In my opinion, this is a 'best of both worlds' solution and vscode is proof that such a solution can be successful. I am quite sure that this is the direction the team is taking.

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DrSensor commented May 11, 2018

I wonder why not just load JDBC driver for each SQL based database? (I think dbweaver use this approach)

also is there a need for something like language-server-protocol? Maybe dblang-server-protocol?

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drowa commented May 12, 2018

@thecotne: you are comparing apples and oranges.

Take a look on how many dialog boxes SSMS has.

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atrauzzi commented May 13, 2018

@drowa - What you're suggesting ends up being frustrating. There's no reason to assume that a combination of all the dialects would be confusing. You can simply choose a mode if it's even applicable. DataGrip does this and it works just fine.

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chandusekhar commented May 16, 2018

+1 Oracle

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brunocerecetto commented Jun 8, 2018

+1 mysql

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styfle commented Jun 9, 2018

@welkie Unfortunately, locking the thread also locks the reaction emojis too 馃槥

We should delete these 2 comments so that @atrauzzi is the last comment in this thread 馃槃

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regs01 commented Jun 12, 2018

FirebirdSQL would be good to be listed as well

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VaclavElias commented Jun 12, 2018

Is it art of reading or art of seeing?

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regs01 commented Jun 13, 2018

Is it art of reading or art of seeing?

sure, i went down all the thread and it wasn't mentioned, so it's not +1

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yhvicey commented Jul 30, 2018

Can this feature achieved by extensions? So you can enjoy light-weight and flexibility at the same time.

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traceless0929 commented Sep 4, 2018

+1 MySQL

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ringods commented Sep 4, 2018

Dear SQLOpsStudio Team,

Can you please install this Github app to prevent the +1 reactions?
https://github.com/apps/reaction

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thomaslevesque commented Jan 21, 2019

Why just relational databases? Why not CosmosDB, Mongo... ?
Frankly, from the name "Azure Data Studio", I would definitely have expected CosmosDB to be supported.

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atrauzzi commented Jan 21, 2019

@thomaslevesque - Haha, I made that one too: #124

I totally agree, with the new name, this should support everything and anything. Cosmos, redis, etc...

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atrauzzi commented Jan 21, 2019

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@atrauzzi atrauzzi changed the title Support other relational databases Support other types of databases Jan 21, 2019

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