Wow, big wins for NetBeans (best IDE, best Java tool, best development utility (profiler), best mobility tool, best open source product) and MySQL Workbench (best database tool). This is particularly impressive for MySQL Workbench given that it's quite new. Congratulations!
Perhaps finding a way to integrate MySQL Workbench with Netbeans might be a nifty invention.
Make a database Workbench and add it to a project in Netbeans right away...
Or vica versa, export an SQL file opened in netbeans to Workbench, edit it a bit in workbench (via the diagrams or otherwise) and when returning to Netbeans, all edits have allready been parsed...
Perhaps a bit too resource demanding, but it's a great idea I think.
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