Caché Monitor is a development tool designed for InterSystems Caché. It combines tools with a smart sql editor to provide easy access for Caché developers and administrators to the database.
In Caché Monitors Server Navigator all Namespaces for each Caché Servers are listed for easy navigation. No need to know the name of the Namespace, no need to configure many many JDBC connections.
If the first connection to a Caché Server is required, Caché Monitor downloads the required InterSystems Caché database driver automatically in the right version from the Web. No manual intervention is required.
See Caché Monitor in action: Video demos
The query editor features SQL syntax highlighting, SQL Code completion with context sensitive information about database objects (also known as IntelliSense), Code folding, an SQL History buffer for executed SQL commands, SQL Code formatting, parallel queries, graphical SQL execution plan with index and selectivity information from every used index in the plan, SQL abbreviations and much more.
Read more about all in the feature list of Caché Monitor.
Caché Monitor can be used from any platform with an JAVA 7 environment (Windows, Linux, Apple Mac)
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