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Mac OS Guru Updates SQL4X Manager J With Expanded Database Support

Mac OS Guru Updates SQL4X Manager J With Expanded Database Support

by , 5:00 PM EDT, May 25th, 2004

Mac OS Guru has released an update for SQL4X Manager J, bringing it to version 2.8. SQL4X Manager J is a SQL database Interface designed for Web development and database management. The update features an improved UI and expanded database support. According to Mac OS Guru:

SQL4X Manager J 2.8 is now available.

SQL4X Manager J is the first class database management solution for Mac OS X. SQL4X Manager J assists Web and database developers, administrators and power users with their database related tasks.

SQL4X Manager J is a comprehensive graphical Interface for web and database developers to access any JDBC compliant database server. You can choose between a terminal-like graphical SQL Console with SQL syntax coloring and table name auto-completion to execute your own SQL commands and a fully graphical schema and table browser.

What's new in this version:

  • improved user interface
  • support for Oracle 10g
  • enhanced DB2 support
  • added support for MS SQL Server specific features (identity column, etc.)
  • support for new PostgreSQL JDBC driver

Bug Fixes:

  • Data Transfer Manager: NULL column and icon bug fixed
  • DB Quick Access: Reporting Tool integration fixed
  • SQL Console: several minor bug fixes
  • DB Info Panel: max resultset record bug fixed

You can find more information about the SQL4X Manager J update at the Mac OS Guru Web site. SQL4X Manager J 2.8 is available for US$59.00.

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