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Query constructor

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Description

Structured visual SQL text constructor. Help manage and edit text in standard SQL (SELECT queries only)

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Features

  • Parsing SQL text (you can edit already existed queries)
  • Subqueries support (inline view, nested subquery - not)
  • Separate unions edit
  • You can scan DB structure via OLE connection and save it for further use
  • Extract or extend DB structure from query text
  • Automatic text formatting, syntax highlighting and enclose brackets
  • Save and reuse query templates

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Intended Audience

Education, Developers

User Interface

.NET/Mono, Win32 (MS Windows)

Programming Language

C#

Registered

2011-02-09

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