Dear Sirs and Madams,
EMS HiTech Company is very glad to announce the next version (0.93) of the
PostgreSQL Manager -- A powerful PostgreSQL Administration and Development
Tool for Windows95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP.
You can download the latest version from
The official release of version 1.0 is planned to on December 2, 2002. If
you purchase the software before that day, you will get it for $95 only,
instead of its full price in $135. Buy now and save your money!
What's new in version 0.93?
1. On editing an index, operators Drop Index / Create Index are not
duplicated and the Name field is not blocked now.
2. Object descriptions are saved correctly now on exiting the proper object
3. If showing system objects is disabled, the system rule (_RET) is not
4. In the Grant Manager on selecting inactive database no error occurs now.
5. The system functions of server 7.1 are defined correctly now.
6. If a table has two or more foreign keys, which reference to one foreign
table, no error occurs any more on opening the table.
7. Few minor bugfixes and small improvements.
What is the PostgreSQL Manager?
EMS PostgreSQL Manager provides you powerful and effective tools for
PostgreSQL Server administration and objects management. Its Graphical User
Interface (GUI) allows you to create/edit all PostgreSQL database objects in
a most easy and simple way, run SQL scripts, manage users and administrate
user privileges, visually build SQL queries, extract or print metadata,
export/import data, view/edit BLOBs and many more services that will make
your work with the PostgreSQL server as easy as it can be...
We hope you'll enjoy working with our software.
Thank you for your attention.
EMS HiTech development team
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