it does show what’s possible. The
previous feature allows me to create
database DDL files and run them from
within the editor.
The last feature is SqlVFS (Sql
Virtual File System). This allows you
to browse the selected database as
a filesystem. To get there, go to
Show databases. Figure 7 shows what
you get. Note that although Data says
0 bytes, double-clicking on it gives a
result set from the table.
Project Viewer is a plugin to make
handling a group of related files (a
project) easier. For demonstration
purposes, I’m using the files that make
up this article. Project Viewer creates
a docked button below the menu bar.
Click it, and a drop-down appears with
All Projects listed. Click this, and a
window opens. Right-click on All
Projects, and select Add project, and
you get another window (Figure 8) to
enter the required information. Click
OK to create the project. Project Viewer
then takes you to that project and puts
up a prompt about importing files into
the project. By default, it imports
everything below the root directory.