How can I work with my SQL scripts more effectively? 
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 How can I work with my SQL scripts more effectively?

Hello!

How can I work with my SQL scripts more effectively?

DTM soft, Inc. has announced the new release 1.10.25 of the DTM SQL editor,
the
powerful SQL-scripts editor with ODBC and IDAPI support.

This SQL-oriented toolset ideally fits the operating needs in the
multi-database computer environments; it allows quick switching between
various
data sources, stores login and database scheme info. In many cases the
product
provides access for data in the desktop database format (DBF, DB, MDB, etc)
so
there is no need to buy the corresponding DBMS.

The program has some useful features aided to make the work of database
administrators and developers more comfortable and effective. It has
drag-n-drop support, visual query and expression builder, script analyzer,
rich
export options, and more. Flexibility and extensibility are provided by the
support of plug-ins technology.

The demo version of the DTM SQL editor is available for download from the
web
server at www.sqledit.com/se_demo.exe

About the DTM soft.
DTM soft is innovative and rapidly growing company, which specializes in
software development for the database management and Internet/intranet
solutions.

A single-user license of the DTM SQL editor costs $79.
For more information, contact DTM soft, Inc.,
WEB: http://www.***.com/ ,

Igor Shekalev



Sat, 07 Sep 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 
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