@jwoods To refresh a database so that a demo instance reflects data changes, you can try the steps like you take a backup of the current database and delete all the tables in the demo database. Alternatively, you can try using the "Refresh" or "Reload" option in the database management tool you are using to refresh the demo database
In DBeaver you can right click on your database connection and select refresh.
The F5 button is also a shortcut.
There is also a forum in Github for users of that database query tool. Here is a link to that: https://github.com/dbeaver/dbeaver/discussions
To refresh the data manually, right-click anywhere in the data table and click Refresh on the context menu or press F5. You can also schedule automatic refreshes on a regular basis.
Here was refresh icon. How can I put it back?
I am using Dbeaver Community 188.8.131.52212251901
I do not want to refresh with F5 or right click on mouse then select option F5!
Thanks for help.
@yitran - I am not familiar with DBeaver, however, I would look through your preferences and see what Toolbar items are selected or not selected. Under Windows -> Custom Perspective, you should be able to select/deselect Toolbar items. I would check there first. You can also reset your perspective as well.
If this doesn't help, please refer to https://github.com/dbeaver/dbeaver/discussions , which is also linked above for further discussion into the use of DBeaver.
Sorry, the question is unclear - can you elaborate?