Compare Devart dbForge Studio for SQL Server vs. Eclipse Luna

Devart dbForge Studio for SQL Server is ranked 3rd in IDE with 2 reviews while Eclipse Luna is ranked 4th in IDE with 2 reviews. Devart dbForge Studio for SQL Server is rated 9.0, while Eclipse Luna is rated 8.6. The top reviewer of Devart dbForge Studio for SQL Server writes "A stable, scalable solution with excellent administration". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Eclipse Luna writes "One-stop shop for all of our application development requirements including Dev, Debugging, and Unit testing". Devart dbForge Studio for SQL Server is most compared with Oracle SQL Developer, dbForge Studio for MySQL and Toad Data Modeler, whereas Eclipse Luna is most compared with Oracle SQL Developer and NetBeans. See our Devart dbForge Studio for SQL Server vs. Eclipse Luna report.
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Pros
I like the ease of use and quick data usage.It's quite easy to install and use from a local machine or laptop, as well as on a server.

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It works like a one-stop shop for all of our application development requirements.It is very extensible and uses resources optimally.

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Cons
The only issue that I have is that it depends on hardware resources, it takes a lot, that is the only set back with the solution.The lock files and login are two features we've had issues with. As far as I can see, there's no way to switch off the login in SQL Servers. If there could be a way to switch off the login, for transactions, or in operations, or tables, that'd be great.

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I would like to see it extend native support for functional languages like Scala.The development of the product needs improvement.

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Pricing and Cost Advice
Because it's 2012 version, it's a one-off enterprise license that we have never had to upgrade.

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Overview

dbForge Studio for SQL Server is a powerful IDE for SQL Server management, administration, development, data reporting and analysis. The tool will help SQL developers to perform complex database changes, version-control database changes in popular source control systems, and speed up routine tasks. You don't need to waste your time to search for and purchase SSMS plugins across the internet to get your work done.

Eclipse Luna includes official support for Java 8 in the Java development tools, Plug-in Development Tools, Object Teams, Eclipse Communication Framework, Maven integration, Xtext, Xtend, Web Tools Platform, and Memory Analyzer. The Eclipse workbench provides a new dark theme, split editors, line numbers on by default, reduced whitespace in default presentation, ability to hide the "quick access" bar and fitting syntax highlighter setting for the editor of several programming languages. Paho provides open source implementations of open and standard messaging protocols that support current and emerging requirements of M2M integration with Web and Enterprise middleware and applications. EcoreTools, the graphical modeler for Ecore, has been completely re-implemented based on Sirius and provides a nicer graphical design, support for documenting your model, specifying domain constraints and modeling Generic Types. It provides a standalone C/C++ debugger application that is added to the CDT to help debug an application via the command line and have an Eclipse UI debugger pop up.
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