1. Dwight Crouse
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  3. Wednesday, December 05 2018, 10:58 PM
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Just wondering about whether these three features are in Valentia Studio (free or paid) versions. I'm currently only using the free version so that might be the issue.
1. Something similar to view data in pgadmin where it will show you top/bottom 100 rows without much effort, this gives you a quick sense of what is in each field
2. A quick reference to the server status and running sqls without using a run-time query
3. An easy way to save queries like in pgAdmin where you can save an sql file for future use
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Sergey Pashkov Accepted Answer
Hello Dwight,

1. The Data Editor is used for it.
2. Could you please show how do you view it in pgAdmin?
3. You can save/open files in the SQL Editor.
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  1. one week ago
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Ruslan Zasukhin Accepted Answer
Hi,

Features you asking about available in the Free edition of Valentina Studio.

PRO features described on this page, also it explains how they can be tested in the free edition:
References
  1. http://valentina-db.com/docs/dokuwiki/v8/doku.php?id=valentina:products:vstudio:features_demo
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  1. one week ago
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Dwight Crouse Accepted Answer
Hello Sergey,

With the server status option in pgAdmin3, we can see the status/queries running for all users on the server whereas at least with the free version of Valentina in the Query Log I just see the current logged-in user (i.e. mine) through the query log, I don't see the queries/resources that others are using.

While the Server Admin in Valentina, provides some insight on what databases users are connected to, it would be nice to know what is happening within the databases. Maybe I'm looking in the wrong place, there's another way to see the details like we get in pgAdmin or this option is available in the paid version?

Thanks,

Dwight
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  1. one week ago
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Sergey Pashkov Accepted Answer
Yes, this is a correct place. Of course, we'll add missing columns.
Also what about the "Locks" table - is it useful for you?
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  1. one week ago
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Dwight Crouse Accepted Answer
Yes, the lock table can be useful. When you're done the changes, please let me know and I'll download the latest version.
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  1. one week ago
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