RazorSQL, A database query tool, SQL editor, and database browser.Updated by rs1104 on Tuesday, February 25, 2014.
RazorSQL is a SQL database query tool, SQL editor, database browser, and administration tool with support for all major databases and built in connection capabilities for DB2, Derby, Firebird, FrontBase, HSQLDB, Informix, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, OpenBase, Oracle, PostgreSQL, SimpleDB, SQL Anywhere, SQLite, SQL Azure, and Sybase. Any other JDBC or ODBC (Windows only) compliant database is also supported. RazorSQL ships with a built in relational database engine that is up and running out of the box and requires no end user administration. Some of the main features contained in RazorSQL are visual tools for creating, editing, describing, altering, dropping, and viewing database objects; tools for importing and exporting data; a database browser for the viewing of database objects and structures; and a robust programming editor with support for SQL, PL/SQL, TransactSQL, SQL PL, PHP, Java, XML, HTML, and twelve other programming languages. Also included are a query builder, tools for creating, editing, and executing stored procedures, triggers, and functions, a tool to compare table data and/or query results, and SQL history.
Platforms: Linux, Mac OS X, Solaris, Windows
Latest releases :
February 25, 2014
DynamoDB: Add global secondary indexes and local secondary indexes to the describe toolDynamoDB: Add global secondary indexes and local secondary indexes color indicator to the database browserDynamoDB: Upgraded to latest AWS librariesIncreased launching performance of edit table toolIncreased launching performance of alter table toolExecute Procedure Tool: For Oracle, now supports REF CURSOR as an IN OUTparameter if no value is set for the REF CURSOR as an IN paramDynamoDB - does not support tables with dashes in the nameDynamoDB: tables with global secondary indexes not showing key informationDynamoDB: describe tool not showing information for tables with global secondary indexesDynamoDB: Tables with no rows not showing columns in the database browserDyanmoDB: Unpopulated index columns not showing as columns in database browserRead only version does not allow to change databases
Added MariaDB supportAdded the Oracle 12c JDBC driversDynamodb - Export with generate DDL not working for tables withperiods in the name
Added close all query results option to right-click menu of query results tabSQLite: Enabled foreign key support by default for new connectionsSSH Client: Added ability to enter separate passphrase for private key fileSSH Tunnel Tool: Added ability to specify a pass phrase for a private key fileAdded a MariaDB driver option to the MySQL connection type optionsShip with MariaDB driversDatabase Conversion: converting boolean true or false values to SQLitenot getting generated with proper syntaxDynamoDB: Tables with dots in the name not supported for certain operationsNext Tab and Previous Tab options not working correctly on MacIf query results column names are rearranged, and column names and resultsare copied to the clipboard, the column names are not in the correct order
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Added support for the Cassandra databaseAdded an Edit -> Delete Lines Containing optionSalesforce: Added the ability to connect to a Salesforce sandbox environmentFunction Navigator / Function Selector: Now shows both procedures and functionsin Oracle PL/SQL packagesQuery Scheduler: Added option to set start timein seconds from current timeQuery Scheduler: Added option to set the title of the query schedulerwindowQuery Scheduler: Added option to determine whether to overwriteor append to the output file if it already existsQuery Scheduler: Added option to load query text from a fileQuery Scheduler: Added option to load query text from the SQL favorites listQuery Scheduler: Added file name, interval, executions, and query tostatus field of query scheduler windowContinue should be the default button on the Add Connection Wizard screenAdded additional error notifications for the Export toolIf a maximum rows value is set in the preferences, that valuewill get set on the JDBC driver's statement object for each querySalesforce: Using TableName.ColumnName syntax in queries returns nullvaluesSalesforce: Relationship queries using join tables via dot notation columns(example: Contact.Account.Name) returning nullvalues for columns from the joined tablesSalesforce queries not always returning rows above initial salesforcerequest limitsMac 64-bit: Various focus issues where windows / dialogs are not gettingfocus when appearing
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