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DB Solo 3.5 Adds PostgreSQL Features

Posted on Sept. 10, 2008

Nashua, New Hampshire, September 9, 2008 – DB Solo LLC is pleased to announce the general availability of version 3.5 of the DB Solo SQL Query Tool, the latest upgrade to DB Solo's sophisticated cross-platform Database Query Tool. DB Solo provides developers and administrators with a wealth of advanced features such as visual explain plan, database data & schema comparison tools, import/export tools and a schema scripting tool.

DB Solo SQL Query Tool is available for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and Solaris platforms. DB Solo supports all major DBMS products available today, including Postgres, Oracle, SQL Server 2000, 2005 and 2008, DB2, Sybase ASE/ASA, H2, MySQL and Solid.

New Features

New features in version 3.5 include support for PostgreSQL table rules in the schema compare tool, schema browser and schema scripting tool. In addition, a new Export Tool was added that allows one to export up to millions of rows from a table to a CSV or SQL file. "With these latest features and improvements DB Solo takes the tool to a level never seen in this price range before", says Marko Hantula, CEO of DB Solo LLC.

Also, version 3.5 contains numerous improvements to the Table Data Comparison Tool including the ability to do comparisons between tables containing millions of rows.

Availability

DB Solo 3.5 is available for immediate download at http://www.dbsolo.com. Pricing of DB Solo SQL Query Tool starts at $99 USD for a single user.

About DB Solo, LLC

DB Solo, LCC is a provider of database development and administration tools for SQL Server, Sybase, Oracle, DB2, MySQL, PostgeSQL, Solid BoostEngine and H2 databases. DB Solo, LLC was founded in 2004 and is based in Nashua, NH. For more information about DB Solo SQL Query Tool, visit http://www.dbsolo.com.

Contact:

Marko Hantula

DB Solo, LLC

(603) 557-1134

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