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Community Edition 7.2.1

Released on September 21, 2020 (Milestones).
It is free and open source (license).
Also you can get it from the GitHub mirror.

Enterprise Edition 7.2.0

Released on September 7, 2020
EE version web site: dbeaver.com
Trial version is available.

Windows

Mac OS X

  • Brew Cask (brew cask install dbeaver-community)
  • MacPorts (sudo port install dbeaver-community)

Linux

  • Snap (sudo snap install dbeaver-ce)
  • Flatpak (flatpak install flathub io.dbeaver.DBeaverCommunity)

Eclipse Plugin

  • Update site URL: https://dbeaver.io/update/latest/ (Multiplatform)
  • Eclipse Marketplace direct install: https://marketplace.eclipse.org/content/dbeaver
Note: plugin is compatible with Eclipse platform (from Neon to 2020-09). Required plugins: gef and draw2d.

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Enterprise Edition features:
  • Support of NoSQL databases:
  • Advanced extensions for:
    • Netezza
    • Oracle
    • SQL Server
  • AWS IAM, Kerberos and Active Directory authentication support
  • Advanced security (secure storage for user credentials, configuration encryption, master password, etc)
  • Additional drivers configuration for BigData/Cloud databases (Hadoop).
  • Most popular JDBC drivers are included in distribution and can be used in offline/limited internet access environment.
  • Additional EE plugins:
    • Visual SQL query builder
    • Task scheduler
    • Analytical charts generation
    • Mock data generator
    • Advanced schema compare/migration tools
    • Data compare tool
    • Office formats support (XLS) for data export
    • Advanced SQL execution plan viewer
    • Integrated Git (version control for scripts and configuration)
    • Persistent Query Manager database (allows to track SQL history)
    • Time series charts renderer
    • Eclipse Marketplace (allows to easily install 3rd party plugins)
    • All CE features of course
    • Online customer support
Usually we release a new Minor Community Edition version once per two weeks. Major version is released quarterly (every 3 months). Information about previous releases you can find here.

Tested and verified for MS Windows 7/8/10, Linux and Mac OS X.
DBeaver requires Java 1.8 or higher. Windows and MacOS installers include OpenJDK 11 bundle.

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If you are on Mac OS X and you do NOT use PKG installer then you will need to setup Java.
Note: 3rd-party JDBC drivers may have their own system requirements.

Install:

Windows installer – run installer executable. It will automatically upgrade version (if needed). Installer doesn’t change any system settings or Java installation. Included JDK will be accessible only for DBeaver.
MacOS PKG – just run it and follow installer pages. JDK 11 is included (and will be accessible only for DBeaver).
MacOS DMG – just run it and drag-n-drop DBeaver into Applications. Make sure you have Java installed. On reinstall do the same (your settings won’t be lost).
Debian package – run sudo dpkg -i dbeaver-<version>.deb. Then execute “dbeaver &”.
RPM package – run sudo rpm -ivh dbeaver-<version>.rpm. Then execute “dbeaver &”. Note: to upgrade use “-Uvh” parameter.
ZIP archive – extract archive and run “dbeaver” executable. Do not extract archive over previous version (remove previous version before install). Java must be installed separately.

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Upgrade – don’t be afraid to remove previous DBeaver version – your settings won’t be lost. All settings are kept in the separate folder (DBeaverData in user home)

Java notes: if you use Windows or MacOS installer then you don’t need to install Java. Otherwise you will need to setup Java separately. Java 1.8+ must be the default Java version. To validate this run “java -version” in terminal window.


Debian repository:


Ubuntu PPA:
You can use PPA repository to easily install/upgrade DBeaver on Debian Linuxes. Mostly it is the same as regular Debian repo but it is hosted on Launchpad.

32-bit support:

32-bit versions have been obsoleted in version 6.0.1 and later (because both Java and Eclipse platform no longer support 32 bit).
If you need 32-bit version of DBeaver then you can download version 6.0.0 or earlier.

Early Access:

You may get latest build (EA version) of DBeaver. Usually it contains all major bug fixes found in current stable version. Just choose the archive corresponding to your OS and hardware from the following folder: EA version downloads.

Source code:

We are on GitHub.
Community Edition sources, issue tracker, older releases, etc: https://github.com/dbeaver/dbeaver

Archive:

All recent DBeaver versions are available in the archive.

CloudBeaver

DBeaver is desktop application.
If you are looking for a web-based database management system – please check another of our products: CloudBeaver.

It is also open-source and free.


Installing Atom

To get started with Atom, we'll need to get it on your system. This section will go over installing Atom on your system as well as the basics of how to build it from source.

Installing Atom should be fairly simple. Generally, you can go to https://atom.io and you should see a download button as shown here:

The button or buttons should be specific to your platform and the download package should be easily installable. However, let's go over them here in a bit of detail.

Installing Atom on Mac

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Atom follows the standard Mac zip installation process. You can either press the download button from the https://atom.io site or you can go to the Atom releases page to download the atom-mac.zip file explicitly. Once you have that file, you can click on it to extract the application and then drag the new Atom application into your 'Applications' folder.

When you first open Atom, it will try to install the atom and apm commands for use in the terminal. In some cases, Atom might not be able to install these commands because it needs an administrator password. To check if Atom was able to install the atom command, for example, open a terminal window and type which atom. If the atom command has been installed, you'll see something like this:

If the atom command wasn't installed, the which command won't return anything:

To install the atom and apm commands, run 'Window: Install Shell Commands' from the Command Palette, which will prompt you for an administrator password.

Installing Atom on Windows

Atom is available with Windows installers that can be downloaded from https://atom.io or from the Atom releases page. Use AtomSetup.exe for 32-bit systems and AtomSetup-x64.exe for 64-bit systems. This setup program will install Atom, add the atom and apm commands to your PATH, and create shortcuts on the desktop and in the start menu.

The context menu Open with Atom in File Explorer, and the option to make Atom available for file association using Open with..., is controlled by the System Settings panel as seen above.

With Atom open, click on File > Settings, and then the System tab on the left. Check the boxes next to Show in file context menus, as well as Show in folder context menus. And you’re all set.

Installing Atom on Linux

You can install Atom on Linux using your distribution's package manager by configuring it to use one of our official package repositories. This will also enable you to update Atom when new releases are published.

Debian and Ubuntu (deb/apt)

To install Atom on Debian, Ubuntu, or related distributions, add our official
package repository to your system by running the following commands:

You can now install Atom using apt-get (or apt on Ubuntu):

Alternatively, you can download the Atom .deb package and install it directly:

Red Hat and CentOS (YUM), or Fedora (DNF)

To install Atom on CentOS, Oracle Linux, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Scientific Linux, Fedora, or related distributions that use the YUM or DNF package managers, add our official package repository to your system by running the following commands:

You can now install Atom using dnf (or yum depending on your distribution):

Alternatively, you can download the Atom .rpm package and install it directly:

SUSE (zypp)

To install Atom on openSUSE or other distributions that use the Zypp package manager, add our official package repository to your system by running the following commands:

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You can now install Atom using zypper:

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Updating Atom

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You should consider updating Atom periodically for the latest improvements to the software. Additionally, When Atom receives hotfixes for security vulnerabilities you will want to update your version of Atom as soon as possible.

'Automatically Update' is enabled by default in Core Settings of the Settings View, which will allow Atom to check for updates automatically. If you disable this setting you can update Atom manually.

To perform a manual update:

  • Click on the Atom > Check for Update menu item in the menu bar.
  • Search for Application: About in the Command Palette and click the Check now button.

Atom will begin to update if an update is available.

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To perform a manual update:

  • Click on the Help > Check for Update menu item in the menu bar.
  • Search for Application: About in the Command Palette and click the Check now button.

Atom will begin to update if an update is available.

If you are using Atom's official package repositories, use your distribution's package manager to update Atom. Otherwise, you will need to manually download and install the latest .rpm or .deb package from https://atom.io. For more details, see Installing Atom on Linux.

Portable Mode

Atom stores configuration and state in a .atom directory usually located in your home directory (%userprofile% on Windows). You can however run Atom in portable mode where both the app and the configuration are stored together such as on a removable storage device.

To setup Atom in portable mode download the zip/tar.gz package for your system and extract it to your removable storage.

Then create a .atom directory alongside the directory that contains atom.exe, for example:

Then create a .atom directory alongside the Atom.app application, for example:

Then create a .atom directory alongside the directory that contains the Atom binary, for example:

Portable Notes
  • The .atom directory must be writeable
  • You can move an existing .atom directory to your portable device
  • Atom can also store its Electron user data in your .atom directory - just create a subdirectory called electronUserData inside .atom
  • Alternatively you can set the ATOM_HOME environment variable to point wherever you want (you can write a .sh or .cmd script to temporarily set it and launch it from that)
  • Portable mode installations will not automatically update

Building Atom from Source

The Hacking on Atom Core section of the flight manual covers instructions on how to clone and build the source code if you prefer that option.

Proxy and Firewall Settings

Behind a Firewall?

If you are behind a firewall and seeing SSL errors when installing packages you can disable strict SSL by running:

Using a Proxy?

If you are using a HTTP(S) proxy you can configure apm to use it by running:

You can run apm config get https-proxy to verify it has been set correctly.