Derby.NET

by Rui Kuroki

Derby.NET is a free, open source database engine for the .NET Framework.

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Rui Kuroki

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Last revision: Last week

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Derby.NET is a powerful, lightweight, and intuitive database software that makes database management and development simpler and faster. This software is designed to help developers and administrators manage their database objects with ease. It provides them with the tools needed to create, edit, and delete database objects, manage users, and even customize the database to their needs.

Derby.NET enables developers to create distributed, high performance applications without writing a lot of code.
Features:

• Easy-to-use interface: Derby.NET has a user-friendly interface and intuitive controls that make it easy to create and manage database objects. It also has an easy-to-understand documentation page that explains how to use the software.

• Ability to customize: Derby.NET allows users to customize their databases with a variety of options, including data types, relationships, and triggers.

• Multiple database support: Derby.NET supports multiple databases, including MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, and more.

• Database management: Derby.NET provides users with the ability to manage their databases, such as creating and modifying database objects, managing users, and setting up triggers.

• Security: Derby.NET provides users with advanced security features, such as password protection and user authentication.

• Backup and recovery: Derby.NET can be used to backup and restore databases, as well as recover lost data.

• Cross-platform compatibility: Derby.NET is compatible with Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X.

• Data import and export: Derby.NET supports data import and export to and from a variety of formats, including XML and CSV.

• Query tools: Derby.NET provides users with powerful query tools, such as the SQL Editor, Visual Query Builder, and the Query Analyzer.

• Database monitoring: Derby.NET provides users with the ability to monitor the performance of their databases in real time.

• Data synchronization: Derby.NET can be used to synchronize data between multiple databases.

• Database maintenance: Derby.NET provides users with the ability to perform database maintenance tasks, such as backup, restore, and optimization.

• Database scripting: Derby.NET provides users with the ability to create, edit, and execute database scripts.

• Database objects: Derby.NET provides users with the ability to create and manage database objects, including tables, views, indexes, triggers, and stored procedures.

• Performance optimization: Derby.NET provides users with the ability to optimize the performance of their databases.
The Derby.NET software requires a Windows operating system, either Windows XP or Windows Vista. It also needs at least .NET Framework 2.0 and Microsoft SQL Server 2005 or 2008. Additionally, it requires an Intel-based processor with a minimum of 1 GHz and 512 MB of RAM. Other hardware requirements include a minimum of 10 MB of free disk space and an internet connection for product activation and updates.
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Luke Rut

I recently had the opportunity to use Derby.NET software for a project. It was quite easy to use and the user interface was intuitive. I found the software to be powerful and feature-rich. I was able to access a range of functions like database import and export, query analysis, query optimization and error logging. I also found the software to be reliable and it has a good library of tutorials and documentation. Overall, the experience was quite positive and I was able to complete the project on time. I was satisfied with the results.
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Callum S******i

Derby.NET provides an intuitive, easy-to-use platform for database management. Its user-friendly interface makes it easy to quickly build and manage databases. The drag-and-drop feature simplifies the database building process. The software also comes with helpful tutorials and comprehensive documentation. It is an excellent choice for users of all levels.
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