Easily find issues by searching: #<Issue ID>
Easily find members by searching in: <username>, <first name> and <last name>.
Example: Search smith, will return results smith and adamsmith
Apache Derby registrations should be straight forward.
To Identify Server Environments, whether it is a Production, Development or Test, use Tab Coloring feature:
Using the Keyboard combination "CTRL + SHIFT + P", you may quickly access Server Properties and edit Tab Coloring options.
Edit the Server Properties, to use FILTER options for a Server in Aqua Data Studio:
Using the drop-down at the top of the Filter Tab, quickly change your Schema or Folder View.
If your intention is to show only the tables that start with XXPKD, then you'll need to change your main filter to "Exclude All", and secondary filter to "+XXPKD*". Note the "+" in front of the XXPKD pattern. Also, note that the filter pattern is case sensitive.
The filter shown below is set to exclude all databases except those that start with "aq". This is similar to the above example where all schemas, except the XXPKD schema, are excluded. Then, there is an "Object Folder" filter on the Tables folder, which excludes everything except those that start with "forum".
Edit the Server Properties to use Advanced Properties in Aqua Data Studio:
With options in Advanced properties of a Server, you can:
Using the drop-down at the bottom of the Advanced Tab, quickly change your Object Display in the Server Browser.
Edit the Drivers Properties to use Driver Parameters in Aqua Data Studio:
With options in Driver properties of a Server, you can edit/view the:
Edit the Permissions in Server Properties in Aqua Data Studio:
With options in Permissions Tab of a Server, you can:
Edit Scripts in Server Properties in Aqua Data Studio:
With scripts in the Script Tab of a Server, you can:
Edit Shell Scripts in Server Properties in Aqua Data Studio:
With scripts in the FluidShell Tab of a Server, you can:
To connect to databases created with non-default collation properties, ensure that you are connecting to the SYS schema by entering the following in the Script tab:
SET SCHEMA SYS