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Eclipse Data Tools Platform Guide
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SQL Development Tools

The DTP SQL Development Tools project provides frameworks and tools for SQL support.

This project consists of the following components:

Routines Editor Framework
The Routines Editor Framework is an extensible framework for editing database routines and SQL statements. Vendor-specific extensions enable specialized support for particular databases.
Routines Debugger Framework
The Routines Debugger Framework provides an extensible support base enabling debugging for various databases in a manner consistent with the existing Eclipse debug infrastructure.
SQL Query Parser
The SQL Query Parser provides an extensible framework enabling SQL components and tools for several major SQL dialects.
Note: The SQL Query Parser requires the lpg.jar. You can download the JAR at https://sourceforge.net/projects/lpg.
SQL Query Builder
SQL Query Builder enables you to create, edit, or run SQL statements using the SQL Query Builder graphical interface, which provides access to your database schema and objects so that you can quickly create or edit SQL statements without actually typing any SQL code.
SQL Execution Plan Framework
The SQL Execution Plan Framework provides a means for capturing and presenting execution plans in a generic fashion, enabling customized support for specific SQL execution engines.

 
 
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