Richardson RazorSQL v7.3.8 (x86 & x64) + keygen
RazorSQL is an SQL query tool, database browser, SQL editor, and database administration tool for Windows, Mac OS X, macOS, Linux, and Solaris.
Browse database objects such as schemas, tables, columns, primary and foreign keys, views, indexes, procedures, functions, and more.
Edit SQL scripts. Run SQL queries. Auto column and auto table lookup. Uses the powerful EditRocket code editor that supports over 20 programming languages including SQL, PL/SQL, TransactSQL, SQL PL, HTML, Java, XML, and more.
Visual tools to create, alter, describe, execute, and drop database objects such as tables, views, indexes, stored procedures, functions, triggers, and more.
Includes multi-tabular display of queries with options for filtering, sorting, searching, and much more.
Import data from various formats such as delimited files, Excel spreadsheets, and fixed-width files.
Export data in various formats such as delimited files, XML, HTML, Excel spreadsheets, and SQL insert statements.
Create select, insert, update, and delete SQL statements. Create multi-table joins.
Includes a robust relational database (HSQLDB) that is up and running with no manual configuration out of the box.
Insert, update, and delete table data in a spreadsheet like format. Find and replace data, preview generated SQL, and more.
Compare table data across databases, or compare the results of queries.
RazorSQL provides both easy to use visual tools and advanced features to allow users to do database browsing, editing, management, administration, and programming. Browse the database specific features or the complete feature reference.
- A Database Navigator for browsing database objects.
- An SQL Editor for creating SQL queries.
- Visual tools for creating, editing, dropping, describing, altering, and viewing tables, views, indexes, and sequences
- Visual Tools for creating, editing, dropping, and executing stored procedures, functions, and triggers
- A robust programming editor that embeds the powerful EditRocket code editor that supports 20 programming languages including SQL, PL/SQL, TransactSQL, SQL PL, HTML, XML, and more.
- Export Tool - Export data in various formats
- Import Tool - Import data from delimited files, Excel files, or fixed width files into tables
- Ships with a built-in relational database engine (HSQLDB) that is up and running out of the box and requires no end-user administration
- A Generate DDL Tool for generating table, view, and index DDL.
- Table / SQL Query Compare tool for comparing tables or queries across multiple connections
- Database Data Search tool for searching single or multiple database table and view data.
- Database Object Search tool for searching for database objects.
- Backup tools such as the Database Backup Tool and Table Backup Tool
- Database conversion tools for many popular databases such as MySQL, Oracle, DB2, PostgreSQL, SQLite, MS SQL Server, and MS Access.
- Auto column and auto table lookup
- SQL Formatter
- SQL Query builder tool
- SQL Query Scheduler tool
- Command Line Interface
- PHP Bridges for connecting to MySQL, PostgreSQL, and SQL Server databases remotely via PHP enabled web servers
- An ASP bridge for connecting to MS SQL Server databases remotely via ASP enabled web servers
- SQL GUI Tools for generating SQL for various operations
- Edit, delete, and insert database data with the Database Editor
- Works with all major operating systems including Windows, Mac OS X, macOS, Linux, Solaris, and any other Java enabled OS
- Tested with Apache Cassandra, Apache Derby / JavaDB, Daffodil DB, DB2, DBASE, DynamoDB, Firebird, FrontBase, H2, HSQLDB / HyperSQL, Informix, Ingres, Interbase, Mckoi, Microsoft Access, Microsoft SQL Server, Mimer SQL, MongoDB, MySQL, Netezza, OpenBase, Oracle, Pervasive, Pointbase, PostgreSQL, Redshift, Salesforce, SimpleDB, Solid, SQLite, Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise, Sybase SQL Anywhere, and Teradata
change log 7.3.8:
- Windows: Added Windows Default Look and Feel option to the View -> Change Look and Feel menu. This option sets the look and feel to match the Windows default look and feel for the version of Windows being used
- Added preference for whether to halt processing of result sets when an error occurs retrieving results. Default is set to true
- Linux: The OpenGL graphics pipeline can be enabled using the View -> Enabled Advanced Graphics menu option. This is not recommended for most systems.
- Windows: Direct3d graphics pipeline is now disabled by default. To enable, select the View -> Enable Advanced Graphics menu option
- Range comment option adds a space at the after the beginning comment characters and before the ending comment characters. Using the Uncomment option does not remove the extra spaces
- When manual text size scaling was set via the View menu, Menu font was not correct system font on Windows and Linux
- Multiple Monitors: FTP Browser window always showing on main monitor