RazorSQL 4.2, a universal database query tool, SQL editor, and database navigator, is now available. Using RazorSQL, users can query, edit, browse, and manage all major databases from one tool. Drivers and enhanced tools and system information are included for DB2, Derby, Firebird, FrontBase, HSQLDB, Informix, MySQL, OpenBase, Oracle, PostgreSQL, SQLite, SQL Anywhere, SQL Server, and Sybase. Connect to other databases via JDBC or ODBC (Windows only). Users can also use the built in relational database engine for their database needs. Some of the main features contained in RazorSQL are visual tools for creating, editing, describing, altering, dropping, and viewing database objects such as tables, views, indexes, procedures, functions, and triggers; tools for importing and exporting data; a database browser for the viewing of database objects and structures; and a robust programming editor and query tool with support for SQL, PL/SQL, TransactSQL, SQL PL, PHP, Java, XML, HTML, and eleven other programming languages.
New features in version 4.2 include tools for creating and dropping databases for MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQL Server, and Sybase; tools for creating and dropping users for MySQL and PostgreSQL; tools for viewing PRINT statement output for SQL Server and Sybase, and DBMS output for Oracle; support for various file encodings other than the operating system default; support for parameterized queries; and support for specifying the transaction isolation level for a connection. Also included are other enhancments and bug fixes. See the change log link below for more details.
Versions of RazorSQL are available for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, and Solaris.
RazorSQL 4.2 is available for immediate download at http://www.razorsql.com.
Pricing of RazorSQL starts at $49.95 USD for a single user, and tiered discounts are offered for multiple license purchases.
More Info: http://www.razorsql.com/
Download URL: http://www.razorsql.com/download.php
Change Log: http://www.razorsql.com/updates.php
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