|Name||SQLPro Studio 2019.63 [TNT] mactorrents.io.zip|
|Created on||2019-12-01 18:57:52|
|Files||SQLPro Studio 2019.63 [TNT] mactorrents.io.zip (80.57 MB)|
SQLPro Studio is the premium database management tool for Postgres, MySQL, Microsoft Management Studio and Oracle databases.
Multiple database support
SQLPro supports many database types including MySQL, MariaDB, Postgres, Microsoft SQL Server (2005 and above) and Oracle (8i and above).
Best at the basics
Table creation, custom queries, auto-complete and syntax highlighting are just some of the features you can expect. Updating or designing a table? We can help you out.
SQLPro boasts an intuitive interface, where the most basic to advanced database needs are easily accessible.
Working with cloud providers such as Amazon relational database service, Microsoft Azure or Heroku? No problem, SQLPro Studio supports most cloud based instances.
Multiple result sets
Need to see the results for multiple tables at once? You can execute multiple queries and have the results for each displayed at the same time, including any errors and messages.
SQLPro is a 100% native Mac app. This means it can and will outperform any of the other Java based database management interfaces.
Some of the great features include:
- Intellisense/SQL autocompletion.
- Syntax highlighting with customizable themes (including dark).
- Tabbed based interface for an optimal user experience.
- Context aware database tree navigation, including quick access to tables, views, columns, indexes and much more!
- SQL Beautifier/formatter.
- Database wide searching.
- NTLMv2 supported (but not required).
- Netbios support.
- Master password support for additional security.
- Supports Handoff from iOS to macOS.
SQLPro Studio supports the following database servers:
- MySQL & MariaDB
- Microsoft SQL Server (2005 and above)
- Oracle (8i and above)
What’s New in SQLPro Studio 2019.63
- Fixed an issue which could cause duplicate databases in the server/database dropdown.
- Fixed an issue which could cause Oracle connections to crash.
- Fixed an issue where editing multiple records may generate update statements missing semicolons in between.
- [MSSQL] If you have true/false setup for boolean display, ‘Copy as insert’ will now keep 1/0 (as true/false is not valid for insert).
- Fixed a crash that could occur when selecting ‘Duplicate table’ from the database tree view.
- Fixed an issue when setting a column value – pressing the disclosure indicator (dropdown arrow) before hitting apply, the old value would still be displayed.
- Fixed an issue when setting a column value to a large string value an error may occur.
- Fixed an issue where the ‘update row value’ text editing window line numbers may appear incorrect colors.