beaver-head1) Download DBeaver from run it.
2) Create a connection to your data.

We need to create a connection to your data. Click the “New Connection” icon in the “Database Manager”  icon tray or select the Database >> New Connection option from the menu.

Select the PostgresSQL (Generic) driver and click “Next”.

Please note, There are two PostgreSQL drivers you can choose from. We recommend using the (Generic) one provided by DBeaver. The other driver, provided by PostgreSQL is not as fully supported as the generic one. e.g. Viewing the table structure, column names and types is only supported in Direct Access with the Generic driver. 

You will now need to populate 4 values on the next page.


This is the name of the account and game that you want to connect to as shown in the URL in your browser address bar whilst logged in to deltaDNA.
NB: Please note the full stop between the Account Name and the Game Name

Direct Access Connection

This is the username you use to login to the deltaDNA platform.
This is the password you use to login to the deltaDNA platform.

NB: Leave the Port number set to its default value of 5432

You should now be able to test your connection, click Next and finally “Finish” setting up your connection.



5) Edit your database connection to set the connection to auto-commit.
Right click on your new”Connection” in the “Database Navigator” and select the “Edit Connection” option then select the “General” options page and make sure the “auto-commit” Connection property is checked.


If this setting is not set you may receive connection related errors.
6) Start exploring your data
When you click on your new “Connection”  in the “Database Navigator” you will be able to connect then expand the list of tables. You should see 4 tables, There is an Events and Users table for each of your two environments (DEVLIVE)


You can now run SQL queries against these tables.

Open a new SQL Editor by clicking on the “New SQL Editor” icon in the Toolbar or by selecting the SQL Editor >> New SQL Editor option on the menu


and enter the following SQL Query

It will show you the distribution of events in your events table.