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Aqua Data Studio is designed as a Docking Framework. Each major area of the application can be a stand-alone window or docked within the application. At the top right of each title bar is a that displays the viewing modes that controls how its interface is displayed. Drag and Drop is active for reorganizing connections, directory contents, shortcuts and document editors. Items on the user's desktop can be dragged into Aqua Data Studio's Document Pane for editing, each opening in its own tab.
Query Analyzer tabs and Editor document tabs can be undocked. Servers, Files, Projects, Detail View and ER Modeler all support dockable panels. The Main Application Window Menus and Toolbar cannot be undocked but is possible to spawn a New Frame Window ( File >New Frame Window ) containing the full application launched from the same Java Virtual Machine as the current application.
In the Schema Browser, Files Browser and Projects Browser, files, directories, projects, schema objects and databases are displayed within a collapsable tree. When Source Control or Version Control is in use, the status of local files in relation to the remote repository is indicated. Navigating within the Schema Browser and Files Browser with the arrow keys is possible with the Up, Down, Left (collapse), Right (expand and navigate next), Enter (expand/collapse). Typing a letter while navigating in the Schema Browser quickly finds objects that begin with that letter. While navigating, pressing ALT+DOWN ARROW brings up the available menu for that object, file, or directory. Pressing Enter on an object to select it displays its contents and information within the Detail View. Dragging a Schema Object into the Query Analyzer copies the name of the object as text into the Query Analyzer. Dragging a file from the Files Browser into a Query Analyzer copies the contents of the file into the Query Analyzer.
The Detail View displays relevant content of the item currently selected in the Schema or Files Browser. The Detail View offers quick, sortable views of Schema Objects or Files Browser directory contents. The Details View can be separated from the framework as a window. The Quick Filter on the top right of the Detail View allows for rapid filtering of retrieved content. Quick Filters are present throughout the application to assist in finding specific information in large lists. Immediately to the left of the Quick Filter search input field are statistics on the number of items displayed out of items retrieved.
Other tools within Aqua Data Studio, such as Visual Analytics, the Entity Relationship (ER) Modeler, the Git Client, CVS and SVN Repository Browsers, the Execution Monitor, the Explain Whiteboard, and the Query Builder launch within their own windows but do not prevent access to the Main Application Window. The Entity Relationship (ER) Modeler also has its own docking framework which functions nearly the same as the main application docking framework and layout.