OT: good admin gui postgresql on OSX?


#1

Hi,

I recently bought by first Mac and I’m looking for some alternatives for
my windows applications.

Does anybody know a decent gui admin app for postgresql? On windows I
use postgresql manager:
http://www.sqlmanager.net/en/products/postgresql/manager

I find this a very good piece of software and it’s free, even though I
paid a little for some extra features. I’d love to use something similar
on my mac, preferably free. pgmyadmin is not an option.

Thanks in advance!

Jeroen


#2

I hear that pgadmin has been ported (or it’s at least in the works):
http://www.pgadmin.org/

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paid a little for some extra features. I’d love to use something similar
on my mac, preferably free. pgmyadmin is not an option.

Thanks in advance!

Jeroen


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#3

I know of a few:

If you install the DarwinPorts postgres8, it gives you a client.
Can’t recall what it is offhand but one day I was doing something and
it popped up. It’s there…

PGnJ - A Java client. http://www.trikenit.com/projects/pgnj

Druware has a postgres client: http://www.druware.com/products/
postgresql.html

DbVisualizer (which is prob the closest to Sql Manager) - www.dbvis.com

And yah, PgAdmin3 works.

  • jason

#4

I like Aqua Data Studio a lot. http://www.aquafold.com/

-jeff


#5

Jeff C. wrote:

Does anybody know a decent gui admin app for postgresql? On windows I
use postgresql manager:
http://www.sqlmanager.net/en/products/postgresql/manager
I’m using NaviCat for doing MySQL db development and find it quite
useful. There is a version for PostgreSQL as well.
http://www.navicat.com/download.html


#6

Hi,
the new navicat postgresql runs on mac and looks pretty nice… even
if quite expensive…

http://pgsql.navicat.com/mac_detail.html

Ettore

Il giorno 27/nov/05, alle ore 22:02, Jeroen H. ha scritto: