SQL Maestro Group announces the release of PostgreSQL Data Wizard 11.1, a
powerful Windows GUI solution for PostgreSQL data management.
The new version is immediately available at
PostgreSQL Data Wizard provides you with a number of easy-to-use wizards to
convert any ADO-compatible database to the PostgreSQL database, import data
into PostgreSQL tables, export data from tables, views and queries to most
popular file formats as well as generate data-driven ASP.NET pages for your
1. Data Import: import from ODBC data sources has been implemented. This
allows you to import data from any database accessible via an ODBC driver or
OLE DB provider to PostgreSQL.
2. Data Import: the Insert-or-Update mode has been added (for PostgreSQL
3. Data Import: now it is possible to specify SQL scripts to be executed
before and/or after data import to each table.
4. Data Pump: starting with this version it is possible to define naming
conventions for transferring metadata objects.
5. Data Pump: new version allows you to restrict number of pumped records,
view source table data as well as count number of records in the source
6. Data Export: when exporting to MS Access data from all the exported
tables/views/queries are stored to a single target database.
7. Common: this release has been successfully tested with 64-bit operating
systems including Windows 7 x64.
In addition to this, several bugs have been fixed and some other minor
improvements and corrections have been made. Full press-release is available
SQL Maestro Group offers complete database admin, development and management
tools for MySQL, SQL Server, PostgreSQL, Oracle, DB2, SQLite, SQL Anywhere,
Firebird and MaxDB providing the highest performance, scalability and
reliability to meet the requirements of today's database applications.
The SQL Maestro Group Team
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