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PremiumSoft releases Navicat PostgreSQL GUI for Mac OS X ver. 6.3.1

From: navicat <roynavicat(at)gmail(dot)com>
To: pgsql-announce(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: PremiumSoft releases Navicat PostgreSQL GUI for Mac OS X ver. 6.3.1
Date: 2006-10-04 08:11:20
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 PremiumSoft proudly announces the release of Navicat PostgreSQL GUI for Mac
OS X ver. 6.3.1.

Navicat PostgreSQL GUI 6.3.1 supports HTTP Tunneling and contains bug fixes
for Import/Export feature

This PostgreSQL Client tool features an intuitive interface and provides a
set of useful tool to manage, backup/ restore, import/ export data,
Synchronize database and connect to remote MySQL server, etc.

Navicat major features:

- Visual Query Builder
- SSH Tunnel for remote database connection
- Database transfer from server to server
- Data and Structure Synchronization
- Data backup and restore
- Import/ Export of most popular data formats to and from PostgreSQL
- Tasks Scheduling and Easy-to-use wizards tool

It is available for Windows and Mac OS X and can be downloaded at:

Navicat for PostgreSQL is a powerful yet easy to use PostgreSQL front end
provides extensive functionality for managing and developing PostgreSQL
database. Navicat's user-friendly, intuitive interface lets you easily
manage multiple databases. Copy data by dragging and dropping, connect to
remote PostgreSQL server, schedule backup/ restore, synchronize database and
import/ export data just as easily. What's more, a Query Builder and
Reporting tool is present for creating sql query and graphical report. A
full featured graphical manager enables you to set the users and access
privileges in an easier way.

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