Compose Database-as-a-Service Help and Documentation

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Data Browsers


One feature of the Compose UI is the ability to administrate your databases from Compose console, a web application that is accessible anywhere. As well as general database management, the Compose console has data browsers, customized to the particular databases. Each database's data browser allows you to manage and administer the data stored on those databases. The capabilities of the data browser vary for each database type.

If a deployment type has a data browser it can be accessed by viewing the database and clicking on Browser in the right-hand sidebar.

Browser link on the deployment sidebar.

Feature Summary

The following deployment types have a data browser; each link has more information on how the data browser is implemented for that database:

DatabaseData Browser supports
MongoDBView and edit databases, collections and documents. Data import, user management.
ElasticsearchQuery indexes, create and maintain indexes, access the Elasticsearch REST API.
PostgreSQLCreate SQL queries, insert rows, create indexes, run plSQL scripts, view performance, edit roles.
RedisView keys, add and modify keys and values.
RethinkDBQuick access to the native RethinkDB console.
RabbitMQView and add vhosts, view and add users, set user permissions.
etcdView keys, add and modify keys and values.

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Updated 10 months ago

Data Browsers

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