TeamSQL Support

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F.A.Q

  • What tech stack are you using to build TeamSQL?

    We work with Electron and write in HTML, Node.js, and TypeScript.

  • Which databases do you support?

    We support: We are planning to add support for:
    MySQL Oracle
    Microsoft SQL Server Google BigQuery
    PostgreSQL IBM DB2
    AWS Redshift MongoDB
    AWS Aurora Elastic/ElasticSearch
    MariaDB Couchbase
    CitusData Cassandra
    Redis SQLite
  • What keyboard shortcuts are available in TeamSQL?

    Open search box — search for any item ⌘ ⇧ F Ctrl + ⇧ + F
    Open search box — search for table names ⌘ ⇧ T Ctrl + ⇧ + T
    Open search box — search for functions and stored procedure ⌘ ⇧ P Ctrl + ⇧ + P
    Import SQL file ⌘ O Ctrl + O
    Execute query ⌘ R Ctrl + R
    Save query ⌘ S Ctrl + S
    Open tab by index ⌘ [1–9] Ctrl + [1–9]
    Open a new tab using the current connection ⌘ N Ctrl + N
    Open a new tab after prompting the user to select a connection ⌘ ⇧ N Ctrl + ⇧ + N
    Close the active tab ⌘ W Ctrl + W
    Shift focus to the tab shown to the right of the active tab Control + Tab Ctrl + Tab
    Shift focus to the tab shown to the left of the active tab Control + Shift + Tab Ctrl + Shift + Tab
  • How do I connect to Microsoft SQL Server over TCP/IP?

    To connect to Microsoft SQL Server from TeamSQL, you must enable the TCP/IP network protocol using the SQL Server Configuration Manager.

    If you're unable to connect, please check the following:

    1. Make sure that you've started SQL Server Browser using Windows Services.

    2. Many users use . to connect to localhost. Use localhost instead of ..

    3. Make sure that the hostname you've provided is right and imputed correctly. For example, don't use . or ./MSSQLSERVER. Use localhost or localhost/MSSQLSERVER. Other possible hostname formats might look like myserver, 192.168.10.10, or 192.168.10.10/MSSQLSERVER.

    4. Domain names must use only uppercase characters.

  • Are my credentials sent to TeamSQL servers?

    No! TeamSQL stores following information only on your computer and they are not sent to the cloud.

    • DB server credentials
    • SSH Tunnel Information & Credentials
    • SSL Encryption Information
    • Proxy Settings & Credentials
    • Cached Data for history records

    Since these are not stored in the cloud , you will need to enter your credentials an again when they sign in on a new computer.

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