My favorite SQL Editor is Aqua Datastudio, which I use for Open Source projects, accessing Hive, MySQL, SQLite and several other data bases. However, while working on a customer site, I can’t use Datastudio due to its license. So another great SQL Editor that I use is Squirrel SQL.
Last week I had to execute several queries manually against a SPARQL endpoint - that was using Fuseki BTW. After doing that for ten minutes I decided that I needed a more productive way. Here’s where Jena JDBC enters.