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Learn How to Use EMS SQL Manager for PostgreSQL 6.0.0 (Build 53260) to Boost Your PostgreSQL Database Performance



EMS SQL Manager for PostgreSQL 6.0.0 (Build 53260): A High Performance Tool for PostgreSQL Database Administration and Development




If you are looking for a powerful and easy-to-use tool for managing your PostgreSQL databases, you might want to check out EMS SQL Manager for PostgreSQL 6.0.0 (Build 53260). This is a comprehensive software that allows you to perform various tasks related to PostgreSQL database administration and development, such as creating and editing database objects, executing and debugging SQL queries, monitoring and optimizing database performance, and much more.




EMS SQL Manager for PostgreSQL 6.0.0 (Build 53260)


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In this article, we will give you an overview of what EMS SQL Manager for PostgreSQL is, how to install and activate it, how to use its main features, what's new in the latest version, and some frequently asked questions. By the end of this article, you will have a better understanding of how EMS SQL Manager for PostgreSQL can help you work with your PostgreSQL databases more efficiently and effectively.


How to Install and Activate EMS SQL Manager for PostgreSQL 6.0.0 (Build 53260)




Before you can use EMS SQL Manager for PostgreSQL, you need to download, install, and activate it on your computer. Here are the steps you need to follow:



  • Go to the download page of EMS SQL Manager for PostgreSQL and choose the full installation package or the freeware version depending on your needs.



  • Run the downloaded file and follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation process.



  • Launch EMS SQL Manager for PostgreSQL from your desktop or start menu.



  • If you have purchased a license, enter your registration name and key in the activation window that appears. If you are using the freeware version, click "Continue" to proceed.



  • You are now ready to use EMS SQL Manager for PostgreSQL.



How to Use EMS SQL Manager for PostgreSQL 6.0.0 (Build 53260)




EMS SQL Manager for PostgreSQL has a user-friendly interface that allows you to access its various features from different menus, toolbars, tabs, windows, and dialogs. You can customize the appearance and behavior of the interface according to your preferences by changing the settings in the Options dialog.


Let's take a look at some of the main features of EMS SQL Manager for PostgreSQL and how to use them.


How to Connect to a PostgreSQL Database Server




To start working with your PostgreSQL databases, you need to connect to a PostgreSQL database server first. You can do this by using the Database Registration dialog, which you can access from the File menu, the Database toolbar, or the Database Explorer window.


In the Database Registration dialog, you can enter the connection parameters for your PostgreSQL database server, such as the host name, port number, user name, password, database name, and SSL mode. You can also specify some advanced options, such as the connection timeout, the client encoding, the role name, and the application name.


After you enter the connection parameters, you can test the connection by clicking the Test Connection button. If the connection is successful, you will see a confirmation message. You can then click OK to register the database and add it to the Database Explorer window.


The Database Explorer window shows you a tree-like view of all the registered databases and their objects, such as tables, views, functions, triggers, etc. You can expand or collapse the nodes of the tree by clicking on them. You can also right-click on any node to access a context menu that allows you to perform various actions on the database objects, such as creating, editing, dropping, refreshing, etc.


How to Manage PostgreSQL Database Objects




One of the main tasks of EMS SQL Manager for PostgreSQL is to help you create and manage your PostgreSQL database objects. You can do this by using the Object Manager window, which you can access from the View menu or by clicking on the Object Manager tab at the bottom of the main window.


The Object Manager window shows you a list of all the database objects of a certain type for the selected database. For example, if you select Tables from the drop-down list at the top of the window, you will see a list of all the tables in the current database. You can sort or filter the list by using the buttons and fields at the top of the window.


You can also perform various actions on the database objects by using the buttons and menus at the top of the window or by right-clicking on any object in the list. For example, you can create a new table by clicking on the New Table button or by selecting New Table from the context menu. This will open a Table Editor dialog where you can enter the table name, columns, constraints, indexes, etc.


Similarly, you can edit an existing table by clicking on the Edit Table button or by selecting Edit Table from the context menu. This will open a Table Editor dialog where you can modify the table properties. You can also drop a table by clicking on the Drop Table button or by selecting Drop Table from the context menu. This will prompt you to confirm your action before deleting the table from the database.


How to Create, Edit, and Drop Tables, Views, Functions, Triggers, etc.




As mentioned above, you can create, edit, and drop any database object by using the Object Manager window or the Database Explorer window. For each type of database object, there is a corresponding editor dialog that allows you to enter or modify the object properties. For example, for tables, there is a Table Editor dialog; for views, there is a View Editor dialog; for functions, there is a Function Editor dialog; and so on.


The editor dialogs have different tabs that show different aspects of the database object. For example, the Table Editor dialog has tabs for Columns, Constraints, Indexes, Triggers, Rules, etc. You can switch between the tabs by clicking on them. You can also use the buttons and menus at the top of the dialog to perform various actions on the database object, such as saving, canceling, testing, etc.


To create a new database object, you need to enter a name for the object and fill in the required fields in the editor dialog. You can also enter optional fields or change the default values if you want. To edit an existing database object, you need to modify the fields in the editor dialog as needed. To drop a database object, you need to confirm your action before deleting the object from the database.


How to Use the Visual Database Designer




If you want to create or modify your database schema visually, you can use the Visual Database Designer feature of EMS SQL Manager for PostgreSQL. You can access this feature from the Tools menu or by clicking on the Visual Database Designer button on the Database toolbar.


The Visual Database Designer window shows you a graphical representation of your database schema, where each table is represented by a box with its name and columns. You can drag and drop tables from the Database Explorer window or from the Object Manager window to add them to the designer. You can also resize, move, or delete tables by using your mouse or keyboard.


You can create or edit relationships between tables by using the Relationship Editor dialog, which you can access by right-clicking on a table and selecting New Relationship or Edit Relationship from the context menu. You can also create or edit foreign keys by using the Foreign Key Editor dialog, which you can access by right-clicking on a foreign key icon and selecting Edit Foreign Key from the context menu.


You can also use the Visual Database Designer to generate SQL scripts for creating or modifying your database schema. You can do this by clicking on the Generate SQL Script button on the Visual Database Designer toolbar. This will open a SQL Script Editor window where you can see and edit the generated SQL script. You can also execute or save the script by using the buttons and menus at the top of the window.


How to Use the Data Export and Import Tools




If you want to export or import data from or to your PostgreSQL databases, you can use the Data Export and Import tools of EMS SQL Manager for PostgreSQL. You can access these tools from the Tools menu or by clicking on the Data Export or Data Import buttons on the Database toolbar.


The Data Export tool allows you to export data from one or more tables, views, queries, or files to various formats, such as CSV, HTML, XML, JSON, SQL, Excel, etc. You can do this by using the Data Export Wizard, which you can access by clicking on the Data Export button. The wizard will guide you through the steps of selecting the source and destination of the data, choosing the export options, mapping the fields, and executing the export process.


The Data Import tool allows you to import data from various formats, such as CSV, HTML, XML, JSON, SQL, Excel, etc., to one or more tables, views, queries, or files. You can do this by using the Data Import Wizard, which you can access by clicking on the Data Import button. The wizard will guide you through the steps of selecting the source and destination of the data, choosing the import options, mapping the fields, and executing the import process.


How to Execute and Debug SQL Queries and Scripts




Another main task of EMS SQL Manager for PostgreSQL is to help you execute and debug your SQL queries and scripts. You can do this by using the SQL Editor window, which you can access from the View menu or by clicking on the SQL Editor tab at the bottom of the main window.


The SQL Editor window allows you to write, edit, execute, and debug your SQL queries and scripts. You can use the buttons and menus at the top of the window to perform various actions on your SQL code, such as saving, loading, formatting, completing, etc. You can also use the tabs at the bottom of the window to switch between different modes of working with your SQL code, such as Query Builder, SQL Debugger, Plan Analyzer, etc.


How to Use the SQL Editor and Query Builder




The SQL Editor mode allows you to write and edit your SQL queries and scripts manually. You can type your SQL code in the editor area or paste it from another source. You can also use the Code Completion feature to help you write your SQL code faster and easier. The Code Completion feature suggests possible keywords, identifiers, functions, etc., as you type your SQL code. You can accept a suggestion by pressing Enter or Tab.


You can execute your SQL queries and scripts by using the Execute button or by pressing F9. The results of your execution will be shown in the Result area below the editor area. You can view the results in different formats, such as Grid, Text, Chart, or HTML. You can also export the results to various formats, such as CSV, HTML, XML, JSON, SQL, Excel, etc., by using the Export Data button or by selecting Export Data from the context menu.


If you want to create your SQL queries and scripts visually, you can use the Query Builder mode. You can access this mode by clicking on the Query Builder tab at the bottom of the SQL Editor window. The Query Builder mode allows you to design your SQL queries and scripts by using a graphical interface that shows you the tables, fields, joins, conditions, etc., involved in your query. You can drag and drop tables and fields from the Database Explorer window or from the Object Manager window to add them to the query. You can also edit the properties of the query elements by using the buttons and fields at the top of the window.


You can execute your SQL queries and scripts in the Query Builder mode by using the Execute button or by pressing F9. The results of your execution will be shown in the Result area below the query area. You can view and export the results in the same way as in the SQL Editor mode.


How to Use the SQL Debugger and Plan Analyzer




If you want to debug your SQL queries and scripts, you can use the SQL Debugger mode. You can access this mode by clicking on the SQL Debugger tab at the bottom of the SQL Editor window. The SQL Debugger mode allows you to run your SQL queries and scripts step by step and examine their execution details, such as variables, parameters, expressions, etc. You can use the buttons and menus at the top of the window to control the debugging process, such as setting breakpoints, stepping into or over, running to cursor, etc.


You can also use the Plan Analyzer mode to analyze the execution plan of your SQL queries and scripts. You can access this mode by clicking on the Plan Analyzer tab at the bottom of the SQL Editor window. The Plan Analyzer mode shows you a graphical representation of how your query or script is executed by PostgreSQL, including the nodes, costs, rows, etc., involved in each step. You can use this mode to identify and optimize any potential performance issues in your query or script.


How to Use the Code Formatter and Code Completion Features




If you want to format your SQL code according to your preferences or standards, you can use the Code Formatter feature of EMS SQL Manager for PostgreSQL. You can access this feature from the Tools menu or by clicking on the Format SQL button on the SQL Editor toolbar. The Code Formatter feature allows you to apply various formatting options to your SQL code, such as indentation, alignment, casing, spacing, etc. You can customize the formatting options by using the Code Formatter Options dialog, which you can access by clicking on the Options button on the Code Formatter toolbar.


If you want to write your SQL code faster and easier, you can use the Code Completion feature of EMS SQL Manager for PostgreSQL. You can access this feature by pressing Ctrl+Space or by clicking on the Code Completion button on the SQL Editor toolbar. The Code Completion feature suggests possible keywords, identifiers, functions, etc., as you type your SQL code. You can accept a suggestion by pressing Enter or Tab.


How to Monitor and Optimize PostgreSQL Database Performance




Another main task of EMS SQL Manager for PostgreSQL is to help you monitor and optimize your PostgreSQL database performance. You can do this by using the Database Statistics and Maintenance tools, the Database Backup and Restore tools, and the Database Tuning Advisor and Index Manager tools.


How to Use the Database Statistics and Maintenance Tools




If you want to collect and analyze various statistics about your PostgreSQL database, such as size, growth, activity, locks, etc., you can use the Database Statistics tool of EMS SQL Manager for PostgreSQL. You can access this tool from the Tools menu or by clicking on the Database Statistics button on the Database toolbar.


The Database Statistics tool shows you a dashboard with different charts and tables that display various information about your database. You can customize the dashboard by using the buttons and menus at the top of the window. You can also export or print the dashboard by using the Export or Print buttons at the top of the window.


If you want to perform various maintenance tasks on your PostgreSQL database, such as vacuuming, analyzing, reindexing, clustering, etc., you can use the Database Maintenance tool of EMS SQL Manager for PostgreSQL. You can access this tool from the Tools menu or by clicking on the Database Maintenance button on the Database toolbar.


The Database Maintenance tool allows you to select one or more database objects, such as tables, indexes, sequences, etc., and perform various maintenance operations on them. You can do this by using the Database Maintenance Wizard, which you can access by clicking on the Start button. The wizard will guide you through the steps of selecting the database objects, choosing the maintenance options, scheduling the maintenance task, and executing the maintenance process.


How to Use the Database Backup and Restore Tools




If you want to backup or restore your PostgreSQL database, you can use the Database Backup and Restore tools of EMS SQL Manager for PostgreSQL. You can access these tools from the Tools menu or by clicking on the Database Backup or Database Restore buttons on the Database toolbar.


The Database Backup tool allows you to create a backup file of your PostgreSQL database or a part of it. You can do this by using the Database Backup Wizard, which you can access by clicking on the Backup button. The wizard will guide you through the steps of selecting the database or the database objects to backup, choosing the backup options, specifying the backup file name and location, scheduling the backup task, and executing the backup process.


The Database Restore tool allows you to restore your PostgreSQL database or a part of it from a backup file. You can do this by using the Database Restore Wizard, which you can access by clicking on the Restore button. The wizard will guide you through the steps of selecting the backup file, choosing the restore options, specifying the database name and location, scheduling the restore task, and executing the restore process.


How to Use the Database Tuning Advisor and Index Manager




If you want to tune and optimize your PostgreSQL database performance, you can use the Database Tuning Advisor and Index Manager tools of EMS SQL Manager for PostgreSQL. You can access these tools from the Tools menu or by clicking on the Database Tuning Advisor or Index Manager buttons on the Database toolbar.


The Database Tuning Advisor tool allows you to analyze your PostgreSQL database and get recommendations on how to improve its performance. You can do this by using the Database Tuning Advisor Wizard, which you can access by clicking on the Start button. The wizard will guide you through the steps of selecting the database or the database objects to analyze, choosing the analysis options, reviewing the recommendations, and applying the changes.


The Index Manager tool allows you to create, edit, drop, reindex, and analyze indexes on your PostgreSQL database tables. You can do this by using the Index Manager window, which you can access by clicking on the Index Manager button. The Index Manager window shows you a list of all the indexes on the selected table. You can sort or filter the list by using the buttons and fields at the top of the window.


You can also perform various actions on the indexes by using the buttons and menus at the top of the window or by right-clicking on any index in the list. For example, you can create a new index by clicking on the New Index button or by selecting New Index from the context menu. This will open an Index Editor dialog where you can enter the index name, type, columns, options, etc.


Similarly, you can edit an existing index by clicking on the Edit Index button or by selecting Edit Index from the context menu. This will open an Index Editor dialog where you can modify the index properties. You can also drop an index by clicking on the Drop Index button or by selecting Drop Index from the context menu. This will prompt you to confirm your action before deleting the index from the table.


What's New in EMS SQL Manager for PostgreSQL 6.0.0 (Build 53260)




EMS SQL Manager for PostgreSQL 6.0.0 (Build 53260) is the latest version of the software that has been released on 2023-05-15. It has some new features and improvements that make it more compatible, user-friendly, and efficient. Here are some of the highlights of what's new in EMS SQL Manager for PostgreSQL 6.0.0 (Build 53260)


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