FAQ

What is the difference between Community Edition and Enterprise Edition?


EE version includes all features of CE version plus:

  • Support of NoSQL databases:
    • Apache Cassandra
    • MongoDB
    • Redis
    • WMI (Windows Management Instrumentation)
  • Additional EE plugins:
    • Office formats support (XLS) for data export
    • Persistent Query Manager database (allows to track all your SQL)
    • JSON format viewer/editor (in MongoDB and relational databases)
    • Eclipse Marketplace (allows to easily install any additional Eclipse plugins)
  • It enables us to support and develop the Community version, add new features faster, provide better support and much more. Even if you do not need enterprise features you may purchase a license as a form of donation. Thank you!

What does Enterprise Edition license include?


It is a single-user perpetual (life time) license; it will never expire. You can upgrade to any new version of DBeaver for 1 year after the license purchase. Also, it includes special customer support for 1 year. Additionally, licensed users can inquire about new features that will have higher priority than tasks from community. The license can be used by a single person or by a single working place (of your choice).

Can I use the same license on multiple computers?


Yes, you can. License is issued for a single person, not a single computer. So you can use the same license at work, at home, on your laptop, etc.

What will happen when Enterprise Edition license expires?


It never will.

Can I buy more than one license for one account?


Of course. You can buy corporate license for any number of users (or working places).

Is there educational license?


Yes, we give a free license for students. If you want to get it just fill the form.

Are there any discounts? What about corporate licenses?


Please write us on support@dbeaver.com for any questions regarding non-standard licenses. Everything is possible.

Where is documentation?


You can get context help right in the DBeaver by pressing the F1 key. Also, you can refer to our WIKI.