Online Documentation for SQL Manager for PostgreSQL
Fetch all data
If this option is checked, all the records according to the SELECT query are extracted from the tables, otherwise - only those displayed within the Results tab of Query Data.
Show result for each query
With this option checked, when you execute two or more queries, the result of each query will be displayed one by one. Otherwise, only the result of the last query will be displayed.
Show results on Edit tab
If this option is checked, the Results tab is displayed as a separate tab.
Execute selected text separately
Check this option to allow execution of the selected statement separately.
Write only successfully executed queries to database SQL log file
Don't save queries automatically for the next session
If this option is checked, the SQL query text will not be saved. Otherwise, it will be saved in Windows registry and will be therefore available in the next application sessions.
Same queries for all databases
With this option enabled, Query Data stores all queries in a shared repository, so that switching to another database does not cause loading queries of that database (applying this option does not affect currently opened copies of Query Data). The value of the option can be changed freely without any risk to lose the query repository content.
Always save changes in Favorite Queries before closing
This option enables/disables saving changes in SQL queries marked as Favorite automatically upon closing the editor.
Refresh DB Explorer upon successful DDL statement execution
Explain query on execution
Explain with verbose (showing execution plan as text only)
Check this option to display additional information regarding the plan. Specifically, include the output column list for each node in the plan tree, schema-qualify table and function names, always label variables in expressions with their range table alias, and always print the name of each trigger for which statistics are displayed.
Explain with analyze
Check this option to show the full internal representation of the plan tree, rather than just a summary while displaying query plan.
Explain buffer usage
Check this option to include information on buffer usage. Specifically, include the number of shared blocks hits, reads, and writes, the number of local blocks hits, reads, and writes, and the number of temp blocks reads and writes.
Display execution plan as text in addition to representation as schema
If this option is checked, the execution plan is represented both as a tree and text.