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RazorSQL 4.1 Released

Posted on 2007-11-07

Richardson Software is pleased to announce the release of RazorSQL

4.1, a universal database query tool, SQL editor, and database

navigator. Using RazorSQL, users can query, update, navigate, 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 4.1 include drivers and enhanced support

for Firebird, FrontBase, Informix, OpenBase, and Sybase SQL Anywhere,

enhanced tools for creating and editing tables, an enhanced query

builder tool and new tools for creating, altering, and dropping

indexes, sequences, triggers, and views.

Versions of RazorSQL are available for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux,

and Solaris.

RazorSQL 4.1 is available for immediate download at

http://www.razorsql.com. Pricing of RazorSQL starts at $49.95 USD for

a single user.

More Info: http://www.razorsql.com/index.php

Download URL: http://www.razorsql.com/download.php

Screenshot URL:

(Windows / Linux): http://www.razorsql.com/images/windows/main.gif

(Mac OS X): http://www.razorsql.com/images/mac/main.png

Order Page: http://www.razorsql.com/register4x.php

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