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Nautilus 4 SQLServer

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Nautilus is a tool for developers who work with MS SQL Server databases. Whether you want to locate tables or rows, generate scripts (create table, insert), folow data links, build "select-from-join" querys or analyze data, Nautilus is for you.

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Features

  • locate tables and records
  • generate scripts for create table, insert, update, cascade delete, create view....
  • see table usage in stored procedures
  • find words in stored procedures
  • build dynamic table diagrams based on foreign keys
  • navigate related records following foreign keys
  • debug: compare the state of the database before and after a script or program excecution
  • compare: compare databases schemas or schema changes in the same database

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    Thanks for Nautilus, it's great!

    Posted 05/14/2013
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Additional Project Details

Languages

English

Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, Developers

User Interface

Web-based

Programming Language

ASP

Registered

2006-10-21

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