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What's new in RazorSQL 6.3.16:
- Bug Fixes:
- For machines with certain network configurations the process to connect to the database is taking longer than it should
- Cassandra: List, Map, and Set data types not showing correctly in the database browser or generate DDL tools
- LICENSE TYPE:
- OUR RATING:
- DEVELOPED BY:
- Richardson Software
- USER RATING:
- ROOT \ Database \ Administrative frontents
Features at a glance
It is comprised of database tools, data import functionality, a database browser, a SQL query builder, a tool to edit database tables, data compare utilities, a built-in database, export data functionality, database query tool, and a SQL editor. At the moment, the program has been tested with numerous database servers/engines, including MySQL, DB2, Daffodil DB, Apache Derby / JavaDB, DBASE, Firebird, DynamoDB, FrontBase, HSQLDB / HyperSQL, H2, Informix, Interbase, Ingres, Mckoi, Microsoft SQL Server, and Microsoft Access.
Supports a wide range of databases
In addition, it provides support for the Mimer SQL, Netezza, Oracle, OpenBase, Pervasive, PostgreSQL, Pointbase, SimpleDB, SQLite, Solid, Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise, Teradata, and Sybase SQL Anywhere databases. The tool can also be used to export or import data in/from various formats, generate view, index and table for DDL (Data Definition Language), create, drop, execute and edit stored procedures, triggers and/or functions, as well as to backup databases.
Supports over 20 programming languages
Over 20 programming languages are supported by this application, including XML, SQL, HTML, PL/SQL, TransactSQL, and many others. Another interesting feature is the ability to connect to various database servers through PHP Bridges. As mentioned before, the application is not free and it costs $99.95 per user if you buy a single license, $96.95 per user if you purchase up to nine licenses, $94.95 per user for 10 to 19 licenses, and $92.95 per user if you buy 20 or more licenses.
Under the hood and supported OSes
RazorSQL is written in the Java programming language, but this should not be an inconvenient to use it for all your database tasks, especially because it is supported on Linux, Solaris, Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X operating systems.
RazorSQL was reviewed by Marius Nestor, last updated on January 3rd, 2015