Database Browser Portable v5.3.1.9

billon on 11 Sep 2016
  • 7MB (uncompressed)
  • Released on 8 Sep 2016
  • Suggested by JohnTHaller

Database Browser allows you to connect to any database and browse or modify data, run sql scripts, export and print data. It works directly with Oracle, MS Sql Server, ODBC, MySql, OleDB, BDE, PostgreSQL, SQLite, MS Sql Server Compact, Interbase and Firebird.

Database Browser Portable is packaged in Format for use alone or with the PortableApps launcher.

System Requirements: WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8 / Win10
Writes settings to: Application folder
Dependencies: Microsoft Data Access Components (MDAC) version 2.1 or later (installed by default with Windows 98SE and newer)
Stealth: ? Yes
Unicode support: Yes
License: Freeware
How to extract: Download the self-extracting EXE and extract to a folder of your choice. Launch DatabaseBrowserPortable.exe.
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7 comments on Database Browser Portable  The Portable Freeware Collection Latest Entries Feed

Tiago 2010-07-29 10:15

I try to connect oracle but doesn't work. Test connection is ok but i have an error executing sql. Error: "Provider cannot be found. It may not be properly installed." Help? Tks

webfork 2010-07-30 14:35

The rather strange default green interface can thankfully be changed in the preferences menu.

dba 2010-09-16 20:00

@Tiago: you should rather look on the authors website for help, not on imho

jon 2010-10-01 23:35

Works pretty good. Has the best SQL-Server connect dialogue I have ever seen. Wish it would name the connection by the DB that you select. The scrolling and performance on large tables needs work.

ja 2010-12-19 20:06

How do you work with a local MySQL file?

crab 2011-01-23 20:56

Can't use SQL files directly, have to connect to a server. useless.

scottG 2011-02-16 13:11

Just a clarification, this doesn't work "directly" with Oracle, MySQL or other DB, it requires an ODBC connection set up. If it worked "directly" with those it would connect to Oracle via TNSNames on (default) port tcp/1521 and for MySQL tcp/3306. It does neither.

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